The Line Between by Tosca Lee

The Line Between by Tosca Lee
Publisher: Howard Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Full length (355 Pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Dryas

When Wynter Roth is turned out of New Earth, a self-contained doomsday cult on the American prairie, she emerges into a world poised on the brink of madness as a mysterious outbreak of rapid early onset dementia spreads across the nation.

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Now, as the power grid fails and the nation descends into chaos, Wynter must find a way to get the samples to a lab in Colorado. Uncertain who to trust, she takes up with former military man Chase Miller, who has his own reasons for wanting to get close to the samples in her possession, and to Wynter herself.

Filled with action, conspiracy, romance, and questions of whom—and what—to believe, The Line Between is a high-octane story of survival and love in a world on the brink of madness.

This is an incredible read, full of external and internal conflict. The author does a great job of putting the reader in Wynter’s head, seeing what she is feeling and seeing. The cult feels real, and explains how people can be drawn into such an environment. Wynter’s character goes through several transformations as she adjusts to the normal world, and then is forced to survive in a world going crazy. Her spirituality goes under the most change because she’s trying to force herself not to believe Magnus’s teaching of the end of the world and her soul going to hell.

Chris and she have a lot in common, although Wynter does not see it. He is dealing with adjusting to the real world after the war. Both are fumbling to find a place in this world. Wynter sees the worst, but then she is shown the strength and love that can also be shown in the world. A wonderful book full of characters that undergo many changes and you get a front view of it. It also is a little scary as this story could be true. I also enjoyed the love that Wynter and Chris have, and the love she had for her family.

I would recommend this to anyone.

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