Title: Between These Lines
By: Jennifer Murgia
My Copy: Ebook for Tour
I never told anyone how I felt about her. Not even Evie—not in so many words. And now, I’ll never get the chance to.
When a class assignment brings quiet Chase Mitman and the stunning Evie Cunningham together, a mutual attraction ignites. There’s only one problem—Evie already has a boyfriend—one who practically OWNS Whitley Prep, and her.
Knowing their relationship comes at a price, Chase’s life collides with Evie’s, and after entrusting her with a tragic secret, the last thing he’d ever expect is to learn she keeps a few of her own.
An innocent prank turns ugly. An anonymous note changes everything. And lives at Whitley Prep will never be the same.
Jennifer Murgia is the talented author of Angel Star series, and I have had the pleasure of reading each and every one of them. When I was presented with the shocking announcement that Jennifer would be debuting a new novel it was an absolute must read. So here is to wait I expect will be the most difficult review I have ever written. Why you ask? Well lets break this review into two sections. Section one being why I was so completely frustrated with the first have of this novel. Knowing what I have come to expect from this author I was eager to get started, but quickly found that the first half of this book was like nothing I had expected. This story began so slowly that I actually questioned whether I would be able to follow this story throughout. It was a honest to goodness struggle to push through the first almost half of this story. This is where we beginning Section two. Midway through this story it shifts and transforms into an absolute spell binding tale. Evie and Chase are addicting, and the suspense of this story has me hanging on the cliff of desperation. Followed by a conclusion that seriously ROCKED MY WORLD. I absolutely never would have predicted this ending, and see that coming. So, ultimately I have to apologize for the mediocre rating, but I have rating accordingly to my “two sections” of this story. While the first half was so demanding the second makes up for so much in so little time.