Review: Between the Lines by K.D. Williamson

 Series: Cops and Docs (book 3), Standalone

Genre: LGBT (f/f), Romance

Rating: 4.5/5 stars

Cover: Nothing special

Links: goodreads

Trigger warnings: mention of depression, Homophobia, child abuse, suicidalness mention

Description: Psychiatrist Dr. Tonya Preston lives a life of cool detachment, often sacrificing her personal needs to appease her opinionated father. She often finds it easier to deal with patients than confront her family or her own issues. When her path dramatically crosses that of irrepressible rookie police officer Haley Jordan, she’s thrown out of her comfort zone. Things have come easy for Haley, who has a drama-free life filled with love and friends that Tonya finds as alluring as the irreverent woman behind the badge. An attraction simmers between them, drawing them to each other. But will it be enough when work, family and a confronting police case starts to tear at their fledgling relationship?

Review: I so have to read the books before this one!

At first I was not amused by this book, because one of the MCs has sex with a not MC, but that’s before they are in a relationship and everything.

But then. Oh but then. I really loved the dynamic between Tonya and Haley. It’s so much fun to read about them! Okay, it’s fun as long as there is no drama (which there is of course), because then I really felt with them. You’re in for an emotional rollercoaster.

I enjoyed how other characters play a role in this book as well. Their friends and family are important to them and they are important to this story as well. Plus they have their own personality and background stories. Especially the relationship between Tonya and her sister is an interesting one.

I could tell you so many amazing things about this book, but then I would be spoilering you and I don’t want to do that. So… just read it already?

Disclaimer: I received a free copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.

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