Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

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From award-winning author Rachel Lacey comes a playful romance about a Manhattan bookstore owner and a reclusive author who love to hate—and hate to love—each other.

Books are Rosie Taft’s life. And ever since she took over her mother’s beloved Manhattan bookstore, they’ve become her home too. The only thing missing is her own real-life romance like the ones she loves to read about, and Rosie has an idea of who she might like to sweep her off her feet. She’s struck up a flirty online friendship with lesbian romance author Brie, and what could be more romantic than falling in love with her favorite author?

Jane Breslin works hard to keep her professional and personal lives neatly separated. By day, she works for the family property development business. By night, she puts her steamier side on paper under her pen name: Brie. Jane hasn’t had much luck with her own love life, but her online connection with a loyal reader makes Jane wonder if she could be the one.

When Rosie learns that her bookstore’s lease has been terminated by Jane’s family’s business, romance moves to the back burner. Even though they’re at odds, there’s no denying the sparks that fly every time they’re together. When their online identities are revealed, will Jane be able to write her way to a happy ending, or is Rosie’s heart a closed book?

Title:Read Between the Lines
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781542033541
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    Read Between the Lines Reviews

  • Lexxi Kitty

    For a good portion of this book, I thought it would end up on my 5+ shelf. But . . . there were certain things here or there that were just enough off-putting to knock off that + (the interaction betw...

  • AnnMaree Of Oz

    Not my favourite by Lacey. I have loved most of her previous works, she has been a fresh voice with different characters and a change to the usual lesfic script, up until now. So I guess that's why it...

  • Jude in the Stars

    As happens every so often, I found myself liking Read Between the Lines more at the end than at the beginning.What the book is about: Rosie inherited her mother’s bookstore, Between the Pages, and c...

  • Luffy

    Read Between the Lines was one of the latest forays I made when trying romance books. Somehow I happen to prefer lesbian romances to heterosexual ones, and it is not because I prefer kinky sex. In fac...

  • Candace

    This is a lesbian romance between two girly girls who are friends online but (although they don’t realize it) are “enemies” in real life (this is, the author tells us, a popular “trope”). It...

  • Jacob Proffitt

    It didn't take long for me to figure out that this is something of an homage to the movie You've Got Mail. The similarities are stronger in the beginning and they aren't terribly pronounced (for one, ...

  • pipsqueakreviews

    Books.The first book of the Ms Right series is a love story between an author and her fan... or a bookstore owner and the person who hands her her eviction letter, depending on how you look at it. It'...

  • Melike

    I enjoyed this adorable romance set in my favorite city, New York between a book store owner and a property developer that moonlights as a romance author in her free time. Rosie and Jane worked throug...

  • Gaby LezReviewBooks

    Review of Read Between the Lines by Rachel Lacey, audiobook narrated by Abby CradenI’m still in need of a cheer-up so a feel-good romance with little angst was on the cards for me. Even much better ...

  • Vee

    Wanted To Like ItI wanted to like this I really did. Jane is truly endearing but for both Jane and Rosie there was very little to no development. As a matter of fact, Jane came off as clingy towards t...