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The Line by [Knight, Amie]
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Length: 257 pages Word Wise: Enabled Language: English

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I was a thief.
The invisible girl only he could see.
The woman who wanted to be more.

He was the mark.
The extraordinary cowboy who stole my sixteen-year-old heart.
The damaged man who still owned it, even four years later.

The Line was where we began.
Where fates collided.
Where truths derailed.
The place where our love story ends.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 669 KB
  • Print Length: 257 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1546611290
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B072395NPR
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33,036 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Before being found and taken in by Momma Lou, Everly had been homeless. True, from time to time she technically had places found for her by the foster care system, but time and again she found reason to flee them and make her way back to the train station where she'd been abandoned as a baby. The closest thing to a true home she'd ever known.

Working the line, the passengers passing through day after day, she'd did what she needed to survive with little regard for the legalities involved or the feelings of those she preyed upon, but there was that one night that always stuck out. One handsome stranger who, unlike almost every other person she'd ever encountered, only wanted to help.

Years later, now a well fed, mostly adjusted member of society on the cusp of making her own way in the world at the ripe old age of nineteen, Momma Lou finds Evelyn a summer job on a farm that will hopefully earn her enough money to be able to attend school, and though tentative about spreading her wings beyond the only place she's truly felt welcomed in her young life she's never been one to shy away from the difficult choices.

Of course, as luck would have it, upon arriving at her new home for the summer, she once again encounters the beautiful cowboy from the train all those years ago, and while her recollections of that night have been a comfort to her ever since, he remembers things quite differently, and as the passing of time tends to effect, neither of them are now what they once were.
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I was too cold.
Too hungry.
Too tired.
I couldn't afford to get off this line, no matter how much I wanted to.

🍑 Escaping abusive foster homes Everly had been on the streets or more accurately the train station for years until she met Momma Lou at a shelter.

She'd stopped on the sidewalk on her way into the building and stared at my seventeen-year-old self hard. Studying me. She pursed her lips, and I knew what she saw. I was so starved that I was practically skeletal.

Before Momma Lou, It was like I was constantly drowning, like I was at the bottom of a pool, and every time I teetered to the top of the water, I'd be pushed back under once again, gasping for air. Now, I was free. I could finally breathe.

🍑 Everly lived with Momma Lou for three years, helping her care for foster kids and work in the shelter. One summer Momma Lou found her a job where she could earn money to go to school little does she know there is a lot more to it than that. Everly is excited but a little scared and even more so when she arrives at the beautiful Southern peach orchard where she'll work.

🍑 This book had great settings and took me on a journey to that beautiful Southern peach orchard each time I picked the book up.

🍑 Cole has been suffering for the last six months after being dealt the lowest of low blows by his ex. He has lost all faith in himself and others. When a tiny beautiful person from his past comes to stay at the peach orchard he manages, he starts to believe in life again. Cole is one smoking hot cowboy and it helps he is so nice as well.

🍑 I loved the flow of this book it had me constantly engaged and never bored which is a huge plus for me.
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This book is definitely one emotion filled roller coaster... or train journey!

Everly is a girl down on her luck. She's sad and defeated and you can't blame her for feeling lost and alone most of the time. When she gets ushered off to work on a farm for the summer, Everly is understandably terrified and doesn't know how much her life is about to change.

Cole has been burnt and wears the scars like armour. Armour he can't let go of and move on. So when Everly, Cole's Eve, shows up on the farm he isn't impressed with how easily she slips beneath his so precariously built walls.

This book takes you on a ride you can't get off. You don't even want to try. You need to ride it to then end even if it breaks your heart, streaks your cheeks with salty tears and make you hold your breath hoping both Cole and Everly can let go of the years of sadness and get their HEA.
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By alison TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 10 July 2017
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I literally couldnt put this down. Sometimes people pasd through you life that have an effect. This happen to Everly & Cole then they meet again 4 years later totally different people.
The sexual tension was burning up the pages!
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Amazon.com: 4.8 out of 5 stars 88 reviews
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Favorite book of the year thus far 25 May 2017
By Old Dave's Romance Revue - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Before being found and taken in by Momma Lou, Everly had been homeless. True, from time to time she technically had places found for her by the foster care system, but time and again she found reason to flee them and make her way back to the train station where she'd been abandoned as a baby. The closest thing to a true home she'd ever known.

Working the line, the passengers passing through day after day, she'd did what she needed to survive with little regard for the legalities involved or the feelings of those she preyed upon, but there was that one night that always stuck out. One handsome stranger who, unlike almost every other person she'd ever encountered, only wanted to help.

Years later, now a well fed, mostly adjusted member of society on the cusp of making her own way in the world at the ripe old age of nineteen, Momma Lou finds Evelyn a summer job on a farm that will hopefully earn her enough money to be able to attend school, and though tentative about spreading her wings beyond the only place she's truly felt welcomed in her young life she's never been one to shy away from the difficult choices.

Of course, as luck would have it, upon arriving at her new home for the summer, she once again encounters the beautiful cowboy from the train all those years ago, and while her recollections of that night have been a comfort to her ever since, he remembers things quite differently, and as the passing of time tends to effect, neither of them are now what they once were.

Last year i took a chance on a first time author and was blown away with how incredibly good her debut novel was, and now, having finished her second, a completely unrelated standalone, I can only wonder how long it will be before word gets out and she takes her place among the superstars of the indie publishing community.

In all honesty, with still more than half a year left in 2017, I have no hesitation in suggesting that this book is almost certain to feature in my top ten books of the year. Amie Knight has crafted a story with sensitivity and depth. With characters that endear themselves to the reader as much as they frustrate.

From the lovable, over-the-top Cody whose brashness and boyish charm occasionally give way to a sensitive and fragile underside, to Cole, broken and bitter, reeling from betrayals that rocked the very foundations of his self identity, to Joe, the wheelchair bound owner of the property who, in contrast to our hero Cole, is broken in body but so very filled with the joy of life.

Each form rich and complex relationships with our multifaceted heroine, but all is not what it seems and while some of the plot twists are telegraphed in advance for the reader to wonder exactly how they might play out, others are played close to the vest to catch the reader unawares. All however and delivered deftly and with grace in a dual perspective narrative that is dazzling in its ability to evoke emotion, an stunning in it's ability to convey the most subtle of nuance

Of the 93 romance novels I've read thus far this calendar year, this one is my absolute favorite.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 STARS! A sexy, sultry second-chance romance! 23 May 2017
By Danielle - Published on Amazon.com
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This is Amie Knight’s sophomore novel and, once again, she’s blown me away. Knight is quickly becoming known for not only her ability to tell a powerful and moving story, but also the captivating way in which she does it. Her words drew me in from the start, commanding my full attention as I took this incredible journey along with Cole and Everly.

A sexy, second-chance love story set against the sultry Southern backdrop of a Georgia peach farm, The Line landed a direct hit right to the feels. Knight didn’t hold back as she layered in the emotion here – I laughed, I cried and I swooned as I devoured this gorgeous love story. The Line was an addictive mix of heartbreak and hope combined with the perfect balance of angst and humor, and it came together beautifully into this charming, tender and passionate romance.

I am so immensely impressed with this author and her ability to tell these gorgeous, poignant stories. It takes a truly special talent to do justice to a story like this, and Knight has demonstrated – twice now – that this kind of emotionally complex tale is totally her jam. There was so much here to enjoy and appreciate, and when I turned the last page, it was with a smile on my face and a full, happy heart. Amie Knight’s The Line gets five smooches from me.
~ Danielle Palumbo
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Letting go of the hurt is never easy 3 June 2017
By Rebecca Barber - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book is definitely one emotion filled roller coaster... or train journey!

Everly is a girl down on her luck. She's sad and defeated and you can't blame her for feeling lost and alone most of the time. When she gets ushered off to work on a farm for the summer, Everly is understandably terrified and doesn't know how much her life is about to change.

Cole has been burnt and wears the scars like armour. Armour he can't let go of and move on. So when Everly, Cole's Eve, shows up on the farm he isn't impressed with how easily she slips beneath his so precariously built walls.

This book takes you on a ride you can't get off. You don't even want to try. You need to ride it to then end even if it breaks your heart, streaks your cheeks with salty tears and make you hold your breath hoping both Cole and Everly can let go of the years of sadness and get their HEA.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A journey of love, trust, and family. Just BEAUTIFUL!! 29 May 2017
By Steph's Rom Book Talk - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I actually give this book 4.5 stars and the only reason it lost .5 stars is because I felt like there were some issues that still needed to be resolved. However, it does leave space for Amie Knight to write a novella or spin off for this beautiful, raw, heart touching book.

Everly is this homeless girl that has spent her life being invisible until one night. Cole is this cowboy that sees a girl in need. One act of kindness changes two lives in a very special way. This book is a journey of love, trust, family, and acceptance.

Provided as an ARC for a voluntary and honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE this story!! 23 May 2017
By Carrie Marie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is a 10+++ for me! Cole & Everly (and the family surrounding them) have a sweet, funny story - with some heartache tossed in. Every bit of this story was written beautifully, it sucked me right in from page one, and I din't want to put it down. When I got to the last few chapters & I had to go into work, I seriously considered being fifteen minutes late to finish (I adulted & finished on my break).

I absolutely, HIGHLY recommend this story! : )

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