A Fine Line (Contemporary Beach Romance)

Adult
Rated 4.92/5 based on 13 reviews
“I hate you, Dickie Warren.” Chloe Langston remembered the sentiment in high school. Realizing Dickie is Rich Warren her boss, old prejudices come forward. Will Rich convince Chloe to let go of the childhood misunderstanding that stands between them? Will he prove there’s a fine line between love and hate?

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About E. Ayers

Author of Contemporary Romance and YA.

E. Ayers is an avid reader and loves a good romance. A true believer in love at first sight because it happened to her, she thinks everyone should find that special someone. When it happens, it’s magical. Writing about true love is what she enjoys doing and when she’s not spending time with her two dogs and waiting on his royal highness (the cat), she’s busy writing. The official matchmaker for all the characters who wander through her brain, she likes finding just the right ones to create a story.

She writes a slice-of-life novel, the romantic slice in two characters lives. In today's world, most people have careers and responsibilities. Figuring out how to blend two separate lives into one can be a huge dilemma. No one is perfect. She brings that into what she writes.

The fantasy of a handsome hunk who will sweep the damsel off her feet and carry her off to a castle in the clouds is still there, but that castle is probably a condo. And that damsel isn't going to be persuaded by a few smooth lines.

E. Ayers adores hearing from her fans and can be found on Facebook and at her website.

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Reviews

Review by: Katy Beth McKee on Sep. 12, 2011 :
This was a great book and fun read. It's to sort of go back and think about what if when running into someone from our past. It was great to see two characters work at building a relationship first. Very enjoyable.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Carol DeVaney on Aug. 11, 2011 :
I found this book a good and fun read. Loved the sweetness and interplay between Chloe and Dickie. Nicely done. Good luck with your upcoming novels. :)
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Cin Cin on Aug. 08, 2011 :
I loved this book. I couldn't put it down once I started reading it. I will be reading more of her books. Wonderful read!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Rose Anderson on July 19, 2011 :
The interplay between the characters is snappy as is the pace. I enjoyed seeing that not so subtle fine line Chloe has drawn between her and Rich getting thinner and thinner. Nicely done.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Bob Elliot on July 19, 2011 :
I was not prepared to enjoy this novel and I almost lost out on a good read. Ms. Ayers has a special touch in telling a story of finding love in unexpected places with unexpected people. It is in her special way of presenting the people and the compelling events that kept me reading until the end without stopping. Of course, it would be a HEA ending, it had to be because you wanted the characters to have it. There is a very special sweetness that Ms. Ayers conveys in the story despite the anger and frustrations the characters experienced. This was a most enjoyable read and I highly recommend it and I all male.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Dawn Chandler on July 05, 2011 :
Sorry it took me so long to review this, I had computer issues. It is a great story. I enjoyed it immensely and can not wait to read another. Just wonderful.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Jessica Follis on June 21, 2011 :
I'm not about to end the five star streak on this novel. Sorry Ernest I do think that this is definitely chick lit, but that's ok. I really enjoyed the plot line. I read it as soon as I downloaded it, and didn't want to shut off my reader. I am so glad I keep the power cord handy. This book definitely deserves two thumbs way up!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Ernest Winchester on June 09, 2011 :
Looking over the five reviews already given to this novella, I notice two things. First, all the reviewers are women. Does that make the story chick-lit? I guess so. Second, they all gave the book five stars. Do I dare break the string? The love, hate fine line alluded to in the title carries through out the work and provides the sparing that goes on between the two protagonists. I can’t say more without giving away some of the plot, so I won’t. It was a good read overall, well worth its sixth five star rating.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kathy Crouch on May 19, 2011 :
Great book enjoyed it thoroughly thanks for a great read. Keep up the good work.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Tara Manderino on May 19, 2011 :
Some kids never grow up. At least that's what Chloe thinks until she finds out that her school days tormentor, Dickie Warren, is her new boss. A fun, quick read with a lot of dialogue to pull you through the story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: JD Faver on May 11, 2011 :
This is a reunion story, of sorts. Not a reunion of two lovers, but of two haters. When Chloe discovers her new boss is Dickie, her school nemesis, all her old feelings return. What she doesn't know is that all his devilment resulted from the fact that he liked her. Now, as they work on a special project, he has some alone time to try and win her over as a grown up. Really clever writing. An easy and fun read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: momma me on May 04, 2011 :
I loved it.The reader really becomes the people she is reading about.A true sence of being there. Good love story,great characters.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Loren Lagier on April 30, 2011 :
This wasn't your typical romance! I loved the story. I read it in one evening. It had great characters. It made me laugh every time I read the words "I hate you Dickie Warren!"
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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