Publisher Description

Brie is given a second chance at life until she’s betrayed by the very person she thought would cherish her.

Breanna O’Donnell’s childhood made her the person she is today. Or rather that’s what she likes to believe, what other purposes could there have been to the years of abuse she and her brother Finn suffered at their father’s hand?

Rescued by the Mitchell family, Brie and Finn learn for the first time that love can come without pain. Brie, a hard-nosed businesswoman leads Jesse Mitchell’s racing team. Her love for him could complicate everything.
Jesse Mitchell, MotoGP driver, has always been in the lead until circumstances leave him broken. He turns to Brie for support but she has a secret that could ruin everything. A secret that could change their lives forever.

Every story needs a beginning; this story is the beginning of the Between the Lines series by Lizzie A. Williamson. Will Jesse and Brie find love? Or will Brie’s secret ruin everything? Get your copy of this Novella today to see how it all started.

Highside is the first book in the Between the Lines series. This is not a HEA but a prequel to the next book in the series. Make sure not to miss the next book, Offsides.

April 29
Lizzie A. Williamson
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

isaukaev ,


I really like this book but feel it has a lot more to be said. I think Jesse and Brie have a lot more to resolve. Was their a miscarriage or did she have an abortion? So much more for them to work thru whether or not they get back together. You can’t ove someone for that many years and then just disappear from their life. I hope there is another book and that I will be notified when it is available. I hate cliff hangers and no where to find the answers.

AT_202 ,

a well written novella

Highside is this author’s debut novella and the writing is superb. The storyline is engaging and there is good flow between the chapters. While this is a short novella, the characters are relatively well developed and there is a fair amount of meat to the story. Highside is told from a dual POV and I like how the present is from Breanna’s, but the past is told from Jesse’s. It was a great way to see how their relationship started and evolved. I don’t want to spoil the novella, but there is a pretty big secret that Breanna is keeping from Jesse and Jesse pulls a pretty big stunt which gives it just the right amount of drama without being over the top or full of angst. This novella is a prequel for the author’s Between the Lines sports romance series so it paves the way for the next book and gives you hope for that elusive HEA. I received Highside for free and I voluntarily leave this review.