May 23

The Line by Amie Knight Review

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5 Smooches!

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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.


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