eARC review: Crossing the Line by Lynn Rush and Kelly Anne Blount

Crossing the Line

Lynn RushKelly Anne Blount

85 ratings74 reviews

A patch of black ice is all it takes for Ryan “Preach” Armstrong’s perfectly planned future to skid out of control. The car crash shatters his hockey dreams…and injures Woodhaven’s newest student, Grace Milner. As much as this feisty track phenom gets under Preach’s skin in all the best and worst ways, she might just be his path to redemption…

Grace can’t believe that all it took was seriously bad timing and a hot but prickly hockey player to threaten her lifelong dream of joining the Air Force. Now, instead of prepping for the track season and upcoming start of basic training, she has to complete community service with the absolute last person she would ever want to be stuck with—the guy who shattered her future.
When two fierce competitors collide this hard, the only result is heartbreak…or an epic victory as they cross the finish line together.

My review:

I loved In the penalty box so I was pleasantly surprised that there was a second one coming out but I loved visiting this world again.

Crossing the line was a young adult romance about high school stars. Preach was on the hockey team but he ended up joining the track team again as his first sport after he got into an accident.

This was a dual point of view and Grace was also involved in the accident and they had to work together after they got assigned community service. I like how they overcame their differences.

Crossing the line was a five star rating.

I voluntarily read and reviewed Crossing the line. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you Netgalley and publishers for allowing the chance to read and review.

A/N: Thank you for reading!

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