Blurring the Lines is a direct continuation of Guarding the Broken. To enjoy this novel, you need to have read the FREE Part 1.
With Ashton at her side, Anna begins to feel more like her old self again. Together, they’re rebuilding her life and attempting to heal old wounds. The more time they spend together, the closer they become, but unfortunately this only serves to complicate matters further. The undercover pretence of being boyfriend and girlfriend slowly ceases to be a game as both find themselves increasingly blurring the lines between the act and the reality.
With her father now President-Elect, Anna and Ashton are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain some semblance of privacy. With the world’s press obsessing over the future First Daughter, Ashton’s job of protecting her has just become a whole lot harder.
All the while the trial grows ever closer, looming over them both, taunting them, reminding them that it isn’t over yet. After all, Carter Thomas will stop at nothing to be reunited with his ‘Princess’…
Author’s note: Part 1 (Guarding the Broken) and part 2 (Blurring the Lines) were previously published in 2013 as one novel of epic proportion. Nothing Left to Lose was a runaway bestseller that has people all over the world falling in love with Agent Ashton Taylor.
Loved these books!
I just love Kirsty Moseley’s books! Her characters are so amazing and I just fall in love with them every time I read one!
When she first wrote the book.
I have read this book since she started writing it on WattPad! I am in absolutely love with her writing! I have read all of her books and have fallen more and more in love with all of her characters. This is by far my favorite. I’ve never been on such an amazing emotional roller coaster. I highly recommend this book to everyone!
I loved the book nothing left to lose. And nothing left to lose II sample is the same book but starting off in the middle, so I can only assume you added some on the end. Not sure why writers do this but I guess I won’t purchase since it appears to be the same book I already have. Too bad I was looking forward to a second volume.