Good For You (Between the Lines #3)
Dori Cantrell is a genuine humanitari ...more
Popular Answered Questions
This third book picks up where "Where You Are" leaves off. Reid is at somewhat of a personal nadir after the unsettling events on the night of the premiere of School Pride. He even gets uncharacteristically introspective, wondering what makes Emma think there's something more ...more
After crashing his car into a home while driving drunk, Reid reports for mandatory community service building a new home for the family whose home he destroyed. His on-site supervisor is none other than relentless do-gooder Dori Cantrell. The two bicker and spar while fighting their undeniable attraction to one another.
All the things that intrigued me about Reid in Between the Lines are in full effect in Good For ...more
I admit it took me a long time to finally read it since I hated Reid in the first and second book! He's bad and a jerk most of the time.
But I'm so glad I decided to read it, it made me love Reid and I'm happy that I gave him a second chance. It's really true, every bad person really deserves a second chance. :)
I liked Doris, I can say that she's perfect for Reid. They are very different from each other, having the opposite lives. Dor ...more
This is such an enjoyable series, and I really liked this book – more than I was expecting, which was a really nice surprise. It follows on from the previous two books in the series, and this time the focus shifts away from the bigger cast of characters and focusses solely on Reid Alexander – hot, sexy and spoiled Hollywood actor. Reid is only 19 but he revels in the celebrity lifestyle, doing what he ...more
It's not that the first half of the book was bad or even slow. I had no problem sailing through the book and enjoyed the read. This author has a writing style that's easy to get into. My frustration came from feeling like I had lost Reid somewhere along the way. Maybe it was just the new setting. I was used to Reid's pers ...more
Hands down, my favorite book of the series. Tammara Webber, you are my hero.
It’s no secret that I love Reid. From the beginning of the series, he just stood out to me. Yes, he was an egotistical, self-centered ass, but there was just something about him that drew me in. In Good For You, we get a Reid who has pretty much hit rock bottom. After a late night of partying, he crashes his brand new Porsche into a h ...more
Good For You was one of the first books I tackled when I began to read again last year. This quickly became a favorite of mine as I fell in love with Tammara Webber's writing genius and Dori and Reid's journey. At that time, I didn't do so much reviews in Goodreads but I love this book so much that I want to re-write this review and try to do this brilliant book justice.
Fast forward - almost 300 books later - Good For You remains a top favorite. Some books ent ...more
I read this book for the first time on Dec 20, 2011 and then again on January 16th, 2012. Yep its definitely a multiple-reader :)
In this story Reid has a car crash whilst driving under the influence. He has his day in court and ends up having to ...more
This book was definitely the best book of the series. Reid completely redeemed himself and I completely fell in love with him. He learned so much - and I think this series was truly about him. All his expe ...more
The opening sentence really doesn't help his case. In the beginning of the book he's the Reid that we all know and grudgingly love, grudg ...more
I can't say enough good things about this book. I read the entire series in a few days. Having adored the first two books, opening the first pages of this one had me bouncing with anticipation.
When I realized we'd be spending a lot of time with an entirely new character, I was initially disappointed. But that only lasted 5 or 10 pages. By the end, this had become my favorite book of the trilogy.
For the record, the character arc of Reid Alexander (thr ...more
I fell for Reid in the first book of this series (Between the Lines) and have been aching for his redemption, his love story and wow, did Webber deliver! Reid Alexander is sarcastic, snarky, charming, gorgeous and shameless, but he's also br ...more
Reid now I think you have met the right girl for you! I mean and how can you not love a girl whose name is Dorcas??? I think in the last book we saw a glimpse of the nicer side of Reid... And I think Dori is definitely just the kind of girl to make a guy want to be a bit better... Of course this is not the end of this adventure..... Now I need to read the next book... And I had already promis ...more
I've changed since I've known you. Not because you made me into someone else - but because you showed me a path I'd never paid attention to, and I chose to follow it.
Good For You by Tammara Webber is the best of the Between The Lines series. It made me even love Reid!! I couldn't believe it!
The story begins with hottie movie star Reid Alexander being drunk and crashing his car into a family's house. In order to save his image, he must pay for the damages and he eventually ends up at Dori Cantr...more
Talk about character development!
For the first two book in the Between the lines series, we've seen Reid Alexander as your typical celebrity guy, an immature brat who likes to drink, get high and screw literally anyone everywhere. We've seen him try a lot to be with Emma, but we've all known he didn't really want her. She was just a trophy for him, because she was the first girl to ever resist him. And then he meets my favorite girl, Dori.
Man, D ...more
That is until he meets Dorie Cantrell, lead worker on the Habitat for Humanity project to which he's been assigned. Dori is everything read isn't -- a good, Christian girl with a selfless, do-good heart. And yet, with a little ...more
Reid Alexander has to do community service for crashing his car into someone's home while under the influence. He's assigned to help Habitat for Humanity build a new home for the people who no longer have a place to live thanks to him.
Dori volunteers her time to help build homes with Habitat for Humanity, she teaches her church's VBS, and wants to be a social worker. Oh, did I mention her father is a preacher? She's assigned the task of baby sitting Reid while he does his time for H ...more
The contrast between Reid ...more
I LOVED this book. Like really LOVED it.
When I finished the second book "Where You Are" I was super excited to read more about Emma, Graham and Reid. When I went to purchase the third book I found out that it was about Reid and a girl that hadn't been introduced yet. I love Reid. Like a whole lot. But I really wanted to hear more about Emma and Graham too. However I saw a review and this ...more
This book though – wow. Amazing! It took me only 3 days to read this because I just couldn’t put it down!
Reid Alexander – your traditional party boy slash celebrity. Goes out every night, gets drunk off his ass and takes the first pretty thing he sees back to his mansion.
Dori Cantrell – daughter of a pastor, your t ...more
I thought the personality change from horrible human being to humanitarian was realistic, but I wish Dori (poor thing's name is Dorcas) could've have been a more interesting character. I really, really liked her sister, Deb, so it's a bummer that she didn't get her happily ever after. I would've liked a run-in with Colin while Dori and Reid were on the town together, that would've been interesting.
This was really good, but I still like book 1 best.
|Would I have to read all 3 books to read the 4th one?||9||72||Aug 05, 2013 05:31PM|
I'm a hopeful romantic who adores novels with happy endings, because there are enough sad endings in real life. Before writing full-time, I was an undergraduate academic advisor, economics tutor, planetarium office manager, radiology call center rep, and the palest person to ever work at a tanning salon. I married my high ...more