Sunday, April 3, 2016

Review: A Thin Line by DL White

Rating: 4 STARS

Who holds a grudge for almost two decades?  Preston Reid  and Angie Campbell does. Though they can't stand to be in the same room together,  their best friends come up with the perfect plan to make them work together or is it?

Although the story has a great storyline and we as women tend to hold onto a grudge a lot longer than necessary,  I wanted to shake some sense into Angie as the grudge storyline was becoming redundant. I enjoyed the flashback to Preston and Angi’s childhood, how they fell in love and how they got to the point where they are now.  Lots of times we are hurt by the ones we love so therefore we refuse to let go of the anger and forgive them. The pain that we experience is often times not worth it  as readers will see.

A Thin Line by DL White has a good plot and great character development.  The characters outlined in the story are very realistic because at one time or another almost every one of us has experienced heartache and anger by someone we love. Once Preston and Angie came together to plan the wedding of their best friends, were they finally able to reconcile and forgive each other? Was Angie finally able to listen to Preston’s side of the story? You have to check out this book to find out.

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