Title: The Fine Line
Author: Alicia Kobishop
Release Date: December 6th 2013
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High school senior Liv Evans has one rule: No attachments. She’s lost enough in her life and has vowed to do whatever it takes to make sure she never again feels the emptiness of losing someone she loves. Boys are a fun distraction, but a serious relationship is something she’d rather live without. Her determination for a future free of pain and heartbreak is put to the test when she meets–and quickly forms an unexpected bond–with Logan Tanner.
Logan has always been a free spirit, but ever since a life-changing event took place, which left him doubting the integrity of those who are closest to him, he’s taken that term to a whole new dangerous level. Learning the hard way that life is too short for worries or work–and that women can’t be trusted–Logan has exchanged steady work for street racing. When Liv walks into his world, everything he thought he knew about life and women is challenged.
In The Fine Line, Liv and Logan will discover if it’s possible for true love to have a future, or if history is destined to repeat itself.
Liv Evans is an everyday teen, she has a part time job and is a senior in high school. The only difference is that she isn't a very trusting young adult. She has difficulty forming relationships due to her experiences with men never sticking around throughout her childhood. She meets Logan Tanner and I was instantly intrigued because I could tell they were kindred souls. Logan is the type of guy that doesn't want to settle down, he parties and street races. They become friends, yes, just friends. I could see that there would be issues later in the book between the two, since neither really want more.
The Fine Line is a New Adult book that manages to break out of the norm and takes you on an adventure. The struggle of wanting something, but it being against what you've grown to believe you want, makes this book what it is. Liv pretty much battles with herself and has to start making adult decisions. She can choose if she wants to risk being in a relationship and possibly not staying together later down the line, or stay in her comfort zone, alone. There is quite a bit of drama strewn through the book, which makes it quite realistic, you remember high school days, right? All in all, I really enjoyed reading The Fine Line. If you're a fan of the New Adult genre, I highly suggest this book.