Series: World Apart

Average Rating: 3.5


Review: Crossing the Line by Nicola Marsh

Posted 13 August, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Crossing the Line by Nicola Marsh

Mia Cresswell is tired of being a good girl so she makes it her mission to act bad on her vacation from college. That’s where Kye comes in. Kye is just what Mia is looking for: a bad boy Aussie with an accent to die for and an affinity for being bad and not caring what anyone thinks. But Mia is keeping a secret from Kye on their one night, steamy fling: she’s the daughter of Dirk Cresswell, the guy who owns the tennis academy that is giving Kye is last chance at professional tennis. And Kye will do anything that have that last chance and to make his father proud. The feelings between Mia and Kye can’t be denied, but is Kye going to risk throwing it all away for love? This novel is short. Hence, the pacing was a bit on the speedy side. It felt like the romance was moving at a slightly too-fast pace, as well as all the events that happened in the novel. This fact made it less believable than it should have been as a contemporary novel. However, other than the pacing problem, it kept my interest the entire read through. I read it in one sitting. Mia was looking to be bad for her vacation because she was tired of being good and tired of being smothered by her loving father. Mia […]