Drawing The Line – A Review


Drawing the Line is the fourth book in the cops and docs series by K.D. Williamson. Even though it is part of a series, it is also capable of being read as a stand-alone book, though I would encourage you to read all four of them as well as anything else you can get your hands on by this author.

This is an angst filled second chance romance. Dr. Dani Russell and Detective Rebecca (Becca) Wells broke up as a couple four years ago. It was a bad break with bitter feelings that followed them to the present. Now Becca has moved back to the same city and would like to at least try to make amends, but those hard feelings are really difficult to get past.

Oh my goodness, this book grabbed me at the first page, and I just could not put it down. The chemistry between these two characters was hot. The secondary characters are well written and complement the main characters. The plot and the flow of the tale was perfect, and it was so good to see a bit of my old Southern stomping grounds again in the setting of this story. You would not believe the looks I get way up here in the North when I ask for my coke with extra ice. And my mouth just watered when Ms. Williamson reminded me of biscuits with sausage gravy. Sigh.

If you love a good angst filled romance with cops and docs as the main characters, then make sure you pick up this novel. It’s definitely going into my favorite read-multiple-times folder.

I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing for an honest review.


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