About That Fine Line

That Fine Line

All I wanted was a quiet summer on my family’s ranch in Idaho…

I didn’t think that was too much to ask. With my fiancé in California, I was back home for three months to plan my wedding. I had colors to pick, cows to milk, and a wedding dress to squeeze into.

Which was why I didn’t need anybody messing with me.

Especially not the guy who had dedicated his whole life to making mine a joke. The guy who filled my high school locker with frogs and my hot car with cans of tuna. I mean…I always got him back. But not this summer. Things were different now. I was engaged. I had grown up. I would NOT fall victim to Cade’s pranks, teasing, or his manly charms.

If only my dad hadn’t hired the moron to cowboy for him this summer.

Now my childhood enemy is living on our ranch and seems to think we have a score to settle.

And all bets are off.

My review

I was so excited to see that Cindy Steel had a new book. A Christmas Spark was amazing when I read it last year. And I wasn’t disappointed by this one, not even a little bit.

I loved the characters! This book is shown all through Kelsey’s perspective. And she is hilarious! I loved everything about her. She’s always game for almost anything. There is a scene in this book that really proves that. I wish I could tell you what it is, but you’re going to have to go read it. And I really loved the way she was with Cade. She was so light and just herself in those parts.

I’m going to be honest and say that I hated her fiance, Parker. And his mom is the absolute worse. I hated how they made Kelsey feel about herself. I was so glad to see that she learned they were wrong as the book went along. And she realized she was okay just how she was.

Then there’s Cade. He has the most epic pranks for Kelsey. Some of them left me laughing so hard. Some of them seemed downright mean. But he and Kelsey had a relationship that was misunderstood by at least her through all the years they knew each other. And he obviously cared about her, especially when he could see the way Parker and his mom treated her.

This book is one of those that I didn’t want to put down. And I smiled the whole time I read it. I’m really hoping that Kelsey’s best friend, Tessa, gets her own story eventually.

I was sent an e-copy of That Fine Line as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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