Review: A Thin Line by Rori Pond

August 9, 2013 Review 0

Review: A Thin Line by Rori Pond

Although always secretly attracted to each other, high school rivals Wiley Taylor and Rosen Teague never let that mutual attraction get in the way of their fierce competitive natures.

When their ten-year school reunions rolls around, neither of them want to go…but the lure of seeing each other again, all grown up now, is more than either can ignore. And the unexpected, passion-filled night that results makes Wiley and Rosen discover it's a very thin line between love and hate.

In fact, that line is so thin, they wonder…can they start fresh and leave the past behind them?

Title: A Thin Line
Author: Rori Pond
Published by Decadent Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: 12 April 2013
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 23
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Stars: four-stars
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Class reunions – everyone dreads them. I certainly did mine, and I don’t think I’m alone in that thought.  The high school reunion for Wiley and Rosen is fast approaching – while they were in one of those curious “I hate you because I like you – but you aren’t in my clique” relationships then, both have grown up.  So much so that Wiley wants to apologize to Rosen for his boorish behavior, having learned that the world doesn’t end when you get that diploma. Rosen is curious to see just what sort of man Wiley is now, and will there be chemistry and maybe a chance.  She thinks not, but one never knows.

The reintroduction and interplay between the two was cute: both have matured and lost the need for the acceptance so craved in high school. The fact that they are two attractive adults who spent the past 10 years wondering about one another doesn’t hurt the chemistry either. You may not be able to go home again, but you can always relight a flame that has flickered for over a decade. Steamy and cleverly portrayed, this is a story that is sure to enchant.


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