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Reviewed by Janelle Fila for Readers' Favorite
Outside the Lines (Without a Trace Book 4) by Ally Bishop is a sizzling romance about Blue, the 'problem child.' When she finds herself failing multiple college classes, she seeks a tutor, who ends up being Professor Rhys Kennison. Rhys isn't Blue's professor and she find herself attracted to the older, wiser man. But is this attraction ethical? Should either of them act on the obvious attraction between the two of them? Blue knows she should know better; they both know that this relationship is headed for disaster. But sometimes it isn't about what you think or know or think you know. Sometimes it is about what you feel and how hard that is to overcome, even if you think it is the worst choice you could possibly make.
This is a really hot and heavy story about a misunderstood girl who finally finds someone who sees her, and he is an older man who is also a professor at her college. Talk about luck. I think many readers will relate to Blue, the 'problem child,' the misunderstood woman, the troubled student. As Blue struggles with doing what she thinks is right and not being seduced into doing what is wrong, readers will understand her tough choices. They will root for her to get what she wants, but understand when life doesn't quite work out the way they want it to for her. What a great story, very entertaining and fun to read!