Romance Review: Straddling the Line by Sarah M. Anderson

Straddling the LineStraddling the Line by Sarah M. Anderson
Series: The Bolton Brothers
Publisher:
Harlequin
Format:
ebook
ISBN: 1460312260
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release date: May 1st 2013
Number of pages: 192
Source: Bought

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Summary:

She Only Wants to Belong

CFO Ben Bolton has enough on his plate running his family business. But when lovely Josey White Plume enters his office, his priorities shift. He refuses to let such a compelling woman walk away. The chase is on.

All her life, Josey has sought one thing: to fit in with her Lakota family. She has no time for some sexy rich guy’s pursuit. But she can’t stop thinking about Ben–wanting him…kissing him. Yet falling for a wealthy outsider will destroy everything she’s worked for–unless she can find a way to straddle the line between his world and hers.

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Review:

I loved how the these two are always in conflict of what to do. They wanna please everyone and at the same time do what they love. It’s a very difficult dilemma and Josey had it way worst. This is not my first indian book, but it’s pretty clear during the read how much bullying Josey suffered and the difficulties her mother has in the tribe.

Ben is the middle son and since his mother died is very hard to keep the family together especially when everything he does is considered wrong by his father. I liked him and his relationship with Billy, but it’s still difficult to survive in the enviroment, with everyone pushing you down. I liked when he decided to do something for himself and chose to follow his heart with Josey. They are truly perfect together and both needed to learn their spaces and forget about people judging them.

I liked this first book and it’s a great introduction to this series.

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Series in Order

#1 – Straddling the Line
#2 – Bringing Home the Bachelor
#3 – Expecting a Bolton Baby

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