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Five years ago, Brooke and Reid were "a thing." That relationship is long gone, detonated amid allegations of cheating - but they still share a secret - one that would stun everyone they know and alter public perception of them both, if it were to come out. And it's about to do just that.
Here Without You is the fourth and final installment in the Between the Lines series.
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By Amazon Customer on 10-17-13
Absolutely in love with the whole series
What made the experience of listening to Here Without You the most enjoyable?
The dialogue and the narrators. I've had the book on my kindle for weeks and have been reading it in my spare time. I finally got the audio book and couldn't stop listening. The way Kate would put a slight southern accent in her voice and by it you knew Brooke was upset is so impressive.
What other book might you compare Here Without You to and why?
The other Tammara Webber books (Between the Line Series, Easy), K.A. Tucker books (Ten Tiny Breaths, One Tiny Lie), or Jessica Park's, Flat Out Love.
What does Todd Haberkorn and Kate Rudd bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
They were awesome. I like Kate's male characters more then Todd's female characters but they are wonderful at what they do. Todd even handled the voice of a child well. Both narrators gave good distinction between the character's voices and I knew who was talking even if it wasn't clearly delineated. As I stated before, the way Kate would put a slight southern accent in her voice; and, by it, you knew Brooke was upset was so impressive.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Tammara Webber's descriptive phrasing. She is so good at what she does and helps me to really empathize with the characters.
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By Madeleine on 03-30-14
Another Good One 4 of 4
Loved all 4 books! The characters you thought had no redeeming qualities in the prior books show you that you have to walk a mile in their shoes before passing judgement.
Will read anything else Tammara Webber writes.