Where You Are by Tammara Webber, published by Penguin on 14th March 2013
Emma, Reid and Graham's story continues in this sequel to Between the Lines, by bestselling author of Easy, Tammara Webber. Emma has pursued her dream - she's trying to live a normal life and attend university. But when a twist of fate means she encounters Graham again in New York, life promises to be anything but ordinary . . .
'Where You Are' is the second book in the Between the Lines series by Tammara Webber. I ended up loving it even more than the first one because the focus was heavily on the romance between Emma and Graham. Because they are now giving it a go as a couple there are lots of lovely romantic scenes between them and there's no doubting their feelings for each other.
There are four different narrative points of view incorporated into the story: Emma and Graham, plus Brooke and Reid. I will admit that the latter two characters are definitely not amongst my favourites in the series. This time, they are scheming to break-up the happy couple but I can't help thinking they would be much happier if they just got back together themselves. Although Reid has grown on me a tiny bit and there could be hope for him in the future, I disliked Brooke straight-away and she definitely gets to show her true colours. I was glad to find out more about their shared past but I did find myself skimming past their sections of the book quite quickly because I was desperate to get back to Emma and Graham's lives.
Please someone tell me where I can find a guy out there like Graham! He is sweet, kind, mature for his age and utterly, utterly adorable. I loved him even more in this instalment because he expresses his feelings for Emma in such a way that I felt weak at the knees. The scenes with them together were my favourite in the book and I like the fact that he is always honest and truthful with her about what's going on in his life and how he feels about her. By the end she's left in no doubt at all.
The ending was brilliant but the whole book was such an enjoyable read and so good that it was hard to put down. The next book in the series is called 'Good For You' and I have a feeling will focus more on Reid. I really hope that he can finally redeem himself and prove that he's not such a bad guy after all.