Crossing the Line by Lisa B. Kamps
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Amber Johnson is on a mission to become a full-time sports reporter, her assignment to get an interview with Baltimore Banners goalie, Alec Kolchak, the man who does not do interviews.
I love how Amber gets Alec to give her an interview, and I appreciate Alec’s terms. It ends up making a fun and unexpected story. I really like both characters. Amber is persistent and smart. Alec is caring and sweet. I mean a real tough hockey player...
Being someone who frequently suffers from headaches, I empathized with Amber. I love that Alec was compassionate in those circumstances. Often people that do not suffer from the same affliction do not sympathize.
Amber’s newspaper competition, Gerry Brown, is a slimy piece of work. He is untrustworthy and conniving, making the story interesting.
I love Ian Donovan. He is a good friend to both Amber and Alec. I also like Amber’s editor, Tim Norton; he is a smart man.
Crossing the Line was well-written and entertaining read. I really enjoyed the story and had a hard time putting it down.
Complimentary copy provided via manicreaders.com in exchange for an honest review.
Paperback, 190 pages
Published June 17th 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN 1514737426 (ISBN13: 9781514737422)
edition language: English
series: Baltimore Banners #1
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