February 13, 2015

REVIEW: Red Lines (Finding Haven #2) By, T.A. Foster

Love on remote Perry Island was one thing, but with the flash of a camera everything has changed.

Movie star Evan Carlson has just landed the role of a lifetime, playing the infamous Dexter Red. Fans can't get enough of the sexiest, most-talked-about guy to ever hit paperback pages.

Haven is in Austin working on her songwriting career, and Evan's faith and commitment are put to the test. No matter which way he turns, Hollywood keeps getting in the way.

Does realizing their career dreams mean losing their relationship? Can they survive the headlines and media frenzy surrounding Evan's new role?

When it comes to love, some lines are meant to be blurred. 

When I first read the synopsis to this book I hadn’t read the first book in the series, Finding Haven. But this synopsis sucked me in so I had to go buy the first one and get the whole picture. And the picture was completely worth it.

“He pressed against her, holding her like he meant every touch, every breath, every kiss to last forever.”

Evan Carlson is flying back to his ranch in Texas with the love of his life. He wasn’t sure that she would forgive him for lying about who he was and when she did he knew he would do anything to keep her. Haven has finally gotten the meeting she has always wanted. She gets to work with one of her favorite singers, and she has Evan. The only problem is she doesn’t know if she is ready to handle the press. She almost fell apart on Perry Island and now the minute she departs the plane Haven is bombarded with questions. Evan and Haven had an amazing relationship hiding on Perry Island. Now they are going to find out if it is strong enough to handle a huge movie and the press that comes along with dating a movie star.

“With his hands clenching her bottom, he shifted her hips higher, and then drove deep inside. Filling her, claiming her, taking her as if she had always been his.”

I loved meeting Haven and Evan in Finding Haven but I think that I loved this book even more. It was the happily ever after you wanted from this couple. There were ups and downs. There was drama and life defining moments. I loved every minute. Haven had to really work through her insecurities and learn how to love everything about someone. She had to learn how to love the quiet moments as well as the loud, chaotic ones. Evan really had to look at his life and find out what he wanted. Did he want to be a huge actor living his life on the road or living it with his family and Haven.

“Do you love me?”
“You know I do.” She whispered the words over the crackling pops of the fire.
“Then kiss me like this is the beginning and not the end.” He traced the side of her cheek. “Love me like we belong together.”

This book was another great one written by T.A. Foster. Haven and Evan had a relationship that you couldn’t help but root for and love. Even though this romance was fiction I couldn’t help but fall into it as if it was real. The character all seemed like real people, with real problems. As always the writing was great and the flow and pace of the story line really worked. I don’t know if it’s because I just saw 50 Shades of Grey but I can’t help see how this could be Jamie’s life. It was pretty fun seeing the resemblance in the two. I loved this book and would definitely recommend it to readers who love movie star romances.

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