Crossing the line by Ally Bishop Book Review

I’ve never believed in love at first sight, which is probably why I write mysteries, and not romances, for a living. Besides, I’m too focused on expanding Elementary, a mystery dinner party business I own with my brother Noah. I don’t have time for romance. 

When the handsome and successful Ian Crane books our services, I can barely keep my wits about me. He’s setting fire to all my rules, and I can’t resist his flames. 

I don’t recognize the woman I’m becoming, but I don’t want to go back to who I was. There’s a part of me that can’t help wondering, what if he’s too good to be true? Because if he is, my heart will be nothing more than ashes. 

About the author:
 When you do something effortlessly and people commend you continuously, you have found your gift.

That's what I tell people all the time. And it's true.

I get story. I always have. I started writing when I was 8 on a Smith Corona (the electronic kind -- I'm not THAT old). I wrote stories in every spiral notebook I had. Eventually, I graduated to a Mac (yes, I'm one of THOSE people). I imagined new worlds, emotional conflicts, and HEAs while I waited at stoplights or wandered the grocery store. But here's the thing: I didn't just dream it up and write it down -- I critiqued what I read. I knew when ideas were good, and when they stunk. I ran writing groups, judged creative contests, and eventually got two graduate degrees in writing. That's right: I love it that much.

So here I am, years later, writing kickass heroines and devastating good guys, along with some mystery and vampires thrown in (I promise: THEY'RE COMING). And what's really cool? I do what I love. Wanna write a success story for your life: I promise you, that's it. Do what you love. And hopefully, you can make a living at it too. That's the golden ticket, Charlie. 

And chocolate doesn't hurt, either... 

You can follow Ally on amazongoodreads, and her website.

You can purchase Crossing the Line on amazon, and barnes & noble.

My review:

Crossing the line was a fantastic read. I read it within a few short days.
A young beautiful single woman, trying to make it big in an even bigger city, meets a handsome, wealthy attorney. Their connection is instant. Need I say more?
I was a little surprised by how quick their attraction was, but for Ella this was the whole focus of their story. Her attention after the end of a hurtful long relationship was her unique business "Elementary", which is a brilliant business idea by the way. It's not until she meets Ian her most recent client, that she's greeted with chivalry, and charm, something she thought she might never be a recipient of. You won't want to miss this love story.
I'm looking forward to more from Ally in the future!

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. All opinions are honest and my own, i was given a free copy in exchange for my honest review.*~


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