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Good For You (2000)

Good For You (2000)

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Remember how I wanted Reid to take a long walk off a short pier? And then at the end of Where You Are I thought there might be a slight bit of hope for him after all? Well, Good For You (Between the Lines #3), was Tammara Webber’s chance to make me like Reid Alexander. Maybe even love him.Reid is quickly falling into a life of regular binge drinking and blackouts. When one of those blackouts results in him driving his car into a house, his life can’t possibly get any lower. One of the terms of his plea bargain is that he must help rebuild the home that he destroyed.Dori is unimpressed with his forced community service and expects the minimum from him. What she learns is that for all his publicized carelessness, Reid is a hard worker and isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. A friendship slowly develops between these two but quickly ends once Dori shows no interest in continuing their friendship after Reid’s community service is done. Then something terrible happens in Dori’s life and somehow Reid Alexander is the one person she can turn to with all her doubts and fears. Their friendship starts off where it left off and slowly develops into more.All I have to say is this. Congratulations Tammara Webber. You managed to make me accept and love a character that I have up until now despised. I mean, I can’t tell you how much I disliked Reid Alexander in the last two books. And even though he showed some hope at the end of the last book, it wasn’t enough to make me like him. But in the end? Well, I almost loved him.Ms. Webber managed to set a perfect pace for this story. Nothing happens quickly but at the same time I couldn’t stop turning the pages. Dori’s character is rather uptight and pretentious but I couldn’t help liking her anyway. Part of that might be because of how quickly she deduced Reid’s jerk-like qualities. And then there was Reid. He was every bit the ass that he was in the previous two books. But the author took that fragility that only the reader caught glimpses of and made it slowly blossom through out the book so that, by the end, we had a hero that had believably redeemed himself.This was indeed my favorite book in the series. I would recommend the whole series for this story alone. If you like a page turning teen romance, I can’t recommend this one enough.Nat I enjoyed this one, though parts of it were a bit frustrating and sad. I loved seeing Reid in a better light and improving himself, though--and FINALLY having some true happiness and self-respect! He and Dori make a good couple--I loved the sweet, romantic moments with them. This story's very addictive, just like the others in the series--I can't wait to read more!This book is also like the others in having quite a bit of mature language and situations, though the sexual content is not very excessive or graphic. I liked Dori's amusing attempts to curb the swearing, but Reid doesn't feel so inclined :(

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Exijo el 4to libro YAYA! Necesito saber que va a pasar con Reid & Dori D:

Finally reid.. Finally. Don't fuck this up for your sake.

Not enough emotion and not developed enough.

it was better than the 1st book

I. Just. Can't.

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