Friday, February 14, 2014

Review of The Dividing Line (Space #2) by Victoria H. Smith


A new love and a new life.

Drake left Chicago with little more than the clothes on his back to be with his girlfriend Lacey. Though he has no regrets, he sometimes wonders if his time spent in Paris has put his life on hold. He’s overworked and underpaid at his dead-end job, and his employer sees him as expendable. His bright light at the end of the day is Lacey, but he finds himself slowly falling into the shadow of her newly-acquired fame. The city of love has found their new starlet in Lacey, but Drake is simply the man by her side.

With all good things there comes a price.

Lacey has been living the dream. She arrived in Paris with nothing but heartache and loss. Now, she’s the rising star of the city’s newest opera and dating the man of her dreams. When her performance contract is extended, she must decide if her new life of glitz and glam is what’s best for a future with the man she loves—or if it’s just what’s best for her.

Paris brought Drake and Lacey together. But when their hopes for the future begin taking them in different directions, they must find a common ground or risk a line dividing them that may prove to be insurmountable.

The Dividing Line is the sequel to the new adult multicultural romance The Space Between.

My Review
 5 Stars

This story continues of Lacey being a successful opera singer while Drake although is supportive of her wasn't experiencing the same success and decided to go back which starts to cause the rift between their relationship. I was getting frustrated when there were other characters that made them jealous and when there were miscommunications between them. Although I wouldn't change anything because in the end they overcome those problems and they became stronger.

I agree that this was so much better than the first book and I understood the Lacey and Drake more. Not only that but their character development improved more plus the flow of their relationship. I really like the message pf this story about two different cultures being together and how they would over come the obstacles to come that would be a trial in their relationship.

I really loved the ending of the book. They both have improved much both as an individual and as a couple.

*I received an arc in exchange for an honest review*