Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Review ~ LOVE ON THE LINE by Pamela Aares


Hiding her identity was a small price to pay for freedom… 

Heiress Cara Barrington fled the opulent world of her rich and famous family to carve out an idyllic existence on the California Coast. In the sleepy town of Albion Bay, she’s embraced the simple way of living she’s always craved. No one knows her identity, and she’s free from the pressures of wealth…until her sexy new neighbor threatens the unpretentious world she’s worked so hard to build.

All-Star athlete Ryan Rea enjoys his high-profile status. He’s used to charming his way into the heart and bed of any woman he desires while keeping his own heart secure behind a steel wall. When he meets Cara, she throws him a curveball—she’s unlike any woman he’s ever met, and he has to have her.

Cara’s growing attraction to Ryan endangers her hard-won anonymity, and when she inherits the family business, she must choose between the world she left behind and her new life in the community she’s come to cherish. But facing up to her responsibilities could destroy her freedom and cost her the greatest love she’s ever known.

REVIEW

I really liked Love on the Line.  Even though the book was predictable in knowing the outcome of Cara and Ryan's relationship, it was fun reading about their lives and why they are the way they are.  Ryan Rea is a major league baseball player who just signed onto the San Francisco Giants baseball team, thus isn’t worth millions.  Cara Barrington is kind of in hiding from her family's wealth, living in a small town driving a school bus to escape the chaos of the rich and famous.  Of course, Cara's true identity and wealth come to light but it's delightful how classy she owns up to the truth.  

Rating: 5

Release Date: May 27, 2014
Book Length: 312 pages
Source: Author
Reviewed by: Julie
Reading format: Available in eBook and Paperback

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