Chloe McCarthy thought she had found the perfect guy. Someone just as detached as she was when it came to love and commitment. Someone who never pressured her for more than just sex. But when she gets a little too comfortable with their arrangement, and he rejects her for someone else, it triggers heartbreaking memories that leave her questioning her resolve for a commitment-free life. In a moment of self-pity, she calls on the one person who she knows will make her smile.
Matt Langston lives a drama-free life, and he wants to keep it that way. Chloe McCarthy? All drama. Which is why he needs to stay away from her. A mechanic by day and bouncer by night, he tries to focus on work, but the more he tries, the more she creeps into his thoughts and his dreams, until he realizes that he needs to get her out of his system once and for all.
The Fragile Line is a spin-off to The Fine Line, told in an addicting three-part romance novella series, with each part building on the last. The series may be read alone, however, reading The Fine Line first will provide a further introduction to the characters which may enhance the overall reading experience.
Firstly I would like to to give a HUGE thanks to Kobishop for kindly providing me with a copy of “The Fragile Line” to read and review.
They say every story has two sides, well that’s true in this case.
Here is the story of Chloe & Matt.
Some of you may remember Chloe from reading “The Fine Line” if not, it’s too much of a problem but I would totally read that to get a better understanding, but it’s not a necessity.
We find that “The Fragile Line” explains her background and her current state of mind. It doesn’t excuse her actions at all, but it totally explains a few things.
Kobishop seemed to turn everything around where the reader could empathize with Chloe and started to really understand why she did the things she did.
Having a comfortable relationship with someone who doesn’t seem to be reciprocating the “feelings department” can totally ruin a good thing, and it would seem Chloe was too comfortable because the guy she had this with rejects her for someone else, this is where the first book “The Fine Line” comes into play, the story of Logan & Liv.
Matt is such a cute and caring guy, he seems to always be there to pick up the pieces and be the friend that Chloe needs. As he slowly draws out the sweet and funny side of Chloe, they both start to realize that there is more than just friendship budding between the two of them.
I can’t wait to see where this story is leading to in the next two instalments….