Amber Johnson is on a mission to become a full-time sports reporter, her assignment to get an interview with Baltimore Banners goalie, Alec Kolchak, the man who does not do interviews.
I love how Amber gets Alec to give her an interview, and I appreciate Alec’s terms. It ends up making a fun and unexpected story. I really like both characters. Amber is persistent and smart. Alec is caring and sweet. I mean a real tough hockey player...
Being someone who frequently suffers from headaches, I empathized with Amber. I love that Alec was compassionate in those circumstances. Often people that do not suffer from the same affliction do not sympathize.
Amber’s newspaper competition, Gerry Brown, is a slimy piece of work. He is untrustworthy and conniving, making the story interesting.
I love Ian Donovan. He is a good friend to both Amber and Alec. I also like Amber’s editor, Tim Norton; he is a smart man.
Crossing the Line was well-written and entertaining read. I really enjoyed the story and had a hard time putting it down.
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