Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Book Review: Blurring the Lines by Mia Josephs

Goodreads Summary

Christian Meyer quit his band and checked into rehab. Only, when he checks out to start his solo career, he can’t write. At all.

Corinne’s done the hollywood, famous rockstar boyfriend thing. It ended in such a huge disaster that she ran herself out of town, despite her career as a songwriter just beginning to take off. She lives in a small cabin in the woods of Washington to keep as far away from her old life as possible.

But when Christian is desperate to start his new career, and his manager has the perfect songwriter in mind, their worlds collide.

Corinne is determined to keep her distance, it’s just collaborating for a weekend. But when Chris shows up on her doorstep weeks after their meeting and pleading for help, she can’t turn him away. 

With the life she now lives and the past she’s desperate to keep buried, she’ll do everything she can to protect her heart, no matter how quickly she feels herself falling. 

For the first time in his life, Chris can see himself being in love, but with a tour date looming, and Corinne terrified to move forward, they both have a long road to travel if there’s a chance of them being together.

My Review
Blurring the Lines by Mia Josephs

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you are looking for a fantastic, character-driven romance, you've found it here with Blurring the Lines. With a thoughtful, moving storyline that will have you caring for both Christian and Corinne, the author has woven a tale that is emotional and entrancing-you won't want to put this book down until you're finished. And even then, you'll be asking for the stories of the supporting characters as you'll become invested in their lives as well.

Corinne is understandably cautious given her previous history, though sometimes it feels like she is a bit too wary, to the point that it feels like she might let a really good thing slip away. Christian will immediately capture your heart, especially with the struggle he faces every day battling his personal demons. And Jonah, so perceptive and wise for one so young...but his character adds just the right touch to the story.

All of the secondary characters add depth and are fully developed. My favorites are Griffin and Donovan, and I can't wait to read their stories!

The story moves along quite well and does a fantastic job of drawing you in-and keeping you engaged from page one thru to the end. A wonderful look at how love can help heal, Blurring the Lines is easily a 5-star read that I would recommend to those who love a good contemporary romance set in the music business world.

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