Crossing Lines

by KD Williamson

Nora Whitmore has been through the ringer both professionally and personally. Now, her life is more than she ever thought it could be, especially with Kelli McCabe in it. The walls have come down, and she is open to new people and experiences.

Kelli McCabe watched all the broken pieces of her life come together. The situation with her family settled down, and she’s right where she wants to be back at work and in Nora’s arms.

For both of them, this quiet time is just the devastating calm before the massive storm hits and brings with it the violence of a vengeful enemy and the reality of drug abuse. The chaos surrounding them exposes old wounds and individual vulnerabilities that seem to multiply when they are together. Is it too much for them to withstand? Or is what they have strong enough to overcome it all?

Cops and Docs Series Book 2.



Genre Romance
Length 215 pages
Publication Date April 1, 2016
Publisher Ylva Publishing
ISBN 9783955335892

Customer Reviews

1 review for Crossing Lines – Paperback

  1. cheekybugger13

    This applies to both “Blurred Lines” & “Crossing Lines” in the Cops & Docs series.

    I absolutely LOVE KD Williamson’s Nora & Kelli story in in Book 1“Blurred Lines” & Book 2 “Crossing Lines” of the Cops & Docs series.

    My favourite has to be Nora. Simply adore her character, her personality traits. She’s bloody smart and intelligent, she’s gorgeous, she’s aloof, she’s awkward, she’s introverted, she’s curious. A polar opposite of Kelli, basically. But then, opposites attract! Their chemistry practically ignited from the get-go – not from making googly eyes with each other mind ya, but from Nora’s indignant huffs of objection to Kelli’s fiery, snarky, crass remarks & curses, all the back-and-forth! Simply hilarious & devilishly delicious! Nora, however offended she was with Kelli’s objectionable behaviour, she just couldn’t help but be drawn to Kelli. And vice versa. Their attraction was sublimely magnetic!

    Williamson’s clever weaving of Nora’s self-discovery, Kelli’s quest to be with Nora, their respective growth in their prickly-to-friendly-to-intimate relationship is to be lauded because as you read and find out more about these two characters, their personal struggles & their lives resonate because they’re realistically portrayed. I found myself rooting for them individually, as mates and ultimately as romantic partners, as their feelings for each other grew and matured.

    Book 1 (“Blurred Lines”) showcased Kelli’s story primarily whilst Book 2 (“Crossing Lines”) belonged to Nora as Williamson crafted her journey of self-discovery, acceptance and letting go ever so brilliantly. I truly appreciated all of Nora’s internal monologue splashed across the pages because it enabled the reader to enter Nora’s inner psyche, feel her struggles, dilemma and her determination to open up to the one person who ultimately had her heart and soul. Her journey of letting go of her control, her inner shield and coming to terms with her true conviction about her relationship with Kelli was written with tremendous heart, it was truly compelling.

    Nora & Kelli’s story is utterly captivating to me. Their fiery, sizzling chemistry is simply delicious! That’s why they’re one of my all-time favourite lesfic couples!

    All in all, Nora & Kelli’s story is a MUST-READ! I highly recommend that you read BOTH “Blurred Lines” AND “Crossing Lines” back-to-back just so you can experience their entire journey from being adversaries to friends to ultimately lovers. You won’t regret it!

    p.s. Kelli & Nora remind me so much of Rizzoli & Isles…but much better written & portrayed. Most importantly…..GAY!!! YES!!

    p.p.s. Williamson is finally giving us an update on Nora & Kelli’s continued journey in her upcoming short, “Erasing the Lines” !!! Been a long-time coming! I’ve been wishing and hoping there would be an update on one of me favourite couples and voila!! Williamson made me wish come true!! YAY!


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