A big thank you to BookWenches for the great review. I love the comments on Jace, as that's exactly how I wanted him to be (hence the title - A Thin Line...Between Love and Hate).
Sensuality Level: 3
Reviewed by: Teagan S. Boyd
When the lights go out, and the door unexpectedly shuts, Kate can't believe that she and her hunky neighbor are locked in the laundry room in the middle of the night with no one available to come to their rescue. As the temperature drops in the room, the body temperatures rise. Kate and Jace find some very interesting ways to keep warm.
When the laundry room encounter is over, Jace keeps coming by her apartment and reliving the "fun." Unfortunately, Kate realizes that she is just a booty call when she sees Jace with his gorgeous girlfriend; she understands why Jace only shows up in the middle of the night after being with the woman he isn't ashamed to be seen with. Kate knows she much end it, but her body is at odds with her brain of that.
A Thin Line is an all around entertaining story. I enjoyed this quick-paced, racy read. It contains many of the things that always draw my attention: conflict, misunderstanding, a heroine that isn't the perfect model type, and red-hot sex. Add in a great story, and this book will keep a smile on your face.
Kate is a wonderful character. I found her to be extremely realistic. She has flaws and she knows them. I especially like how she has the right intentions in dealing with Jace and yet can't seem to follow through because of her feelings for him. That is real life!
Jace is one of those characters that you will both love and hate. I wanted to hate him but found that I just couldn't. He is wrong on so many levels, but it is easy to fall into his charm just like Kate does. I truly enjoyed him.
A Thin Line is a quick, easy, and entertaining book that will appeal to many readers. Miss Hillman adds spice and love to a great story and comes out on top. I can't wait to read more of her work.