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Crossing the Line
Crpssing try to respond to each one! This review was first posted on A Backwards Story April 21, Too many novellas are fast-paced, offering only a glimpse of life that ties in to a larger book. Somehow, Katie McGarry managed to create a full, fleshed-out story. Did I want more?
Lila and Lincoln are both great characters, and I would have loved to dig into their psyche more, especially the downtrodden Lincoln. I still felt we got to learn a lot about both of the characters despite the brevity of the story in which they were contained. But mcgarry because Beth isn’t my favorite among McGarry’s heroines. I could read about Ryan for hours, though!
Crossing the Line (Pushing the Limits, #) by Katie McGarry | LibraryThing
There are a few things that pick up from the first book, but they’re both fully self-contained. Lincoln is a wholly original character we were never introduced to the first time around.
Lila and Lincoln met two and a half years ago at Echo’s brother Aires’ funeral. Lincoln’s brother, Josh, were part of kxtie same military unit and both killed in Afghanistan.
Lincoln went to Aires’ funeral hoping for closure. Graduation is now upon both Lila crossign Lincoln, and they’ve made plans to meet up again in college.
Lincoln is mcgarrt a secret, a big one. When Lila uncovers it, the dynamic of their relationship changes, and they must deal with their feelings for one another in person. I wasn’t a fan of Lila’s ex-boyfriend; at first, I wasn’t unsure about his inclusion in the story due to length, but by the end, I completely understood why he had to be included, and I approve.
Crossing the Line (Pushing the Limits, #1.5)
I also admire the way McGarry packed so much into a novella without allowing information to ever overwhelm readers. Nothing was left out, or felt mcgardy, or left loose ends.
It was a complete story.
Looking back, I can’t quite believe this was so short because it felt very frossing to me. The only reason I know I’m tricking myself is because I could have read this storyline for hours! McGarry continues to excel at developing characters that readers can’t help but fall in love with and root for.
Their relationship is a secret, but Lila feels closer to Lincoln than anyone else. Until she finds out that he lied to her about the one thing she depended on him for the most. Hurting Lila is the last thing Lincoln wanted. For two years, her letters have been the only thing getting him through the day. Jenni May 26, at