Imaginary Lines (New York Leopards, #3) by Allison Parr

Imaginary Lines (New York Leopards, #3)

Tamar Rosenfeld has been in love with New York Leopards linebacker Abraham Krasner since they were twelve years old. She'd always considered it destiny that they'd end up together…until Abe was drafted and she professed her feelings in a moment of blind excitement. The sting of his rejection was like nothing she'd ever felt before, and it's nothing she'll ever forget.Older and wiser, Tamar has landed a dream job as a reporter for one of New Yor...

Details Imaginary Lines (New York Leopards, #3)

TitleImaginary Lines (New York Leopards, #3)
Release DateApr 14th, 2014
PublisherCarina Press
GenreRomance, New Adult, Sports and Games, Sports, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance, Contemporary

Reviews Imaginary Lines (New York Leopards, #3)

  • Geri Reads
    Tamar has loved Abe the moment he asked to dance during his Bar-Mitzvah. Their parents were friends so they were pretty inseparable until Abe got drafted into the NFL. Tamar knew she had to tell him how she feels before he leaves for training camp. Sadly, it didn't go exactly as she had hope. She got her broken and Abe left for New York without a second glance. Six years later, Tamar found herself bound for New York to accept a gig as a reporter ...
  • Sue (Hollywood News Source)
    Review also posted at Young Adult Hollywood.Actual Rating4.5 StarsImaginary Lines is by far my favorite installment from New York Leopards. It follows the story of Tamar who has been in love with linebacker Abe since forever. She’d always considered them as soul-mates till she professed her feelings and Abe rejected her. It’s something she never forgot! Now years later Tamar landed a great opportunity to work for one of New York’s infamous ...
  • Michelle
    This was so great on every level!!!!!! I had forgotten how much I enjoy this series, and like, as much as I loved the last book in this series, this one was easily my favorite yet. I was in love with Tamar basically from the very start. The beginning part where she was talking about how she moved back home after graduating college and taught SAT classes and didn't feel like she was living up to her potential or whatever was super relatable for me...
  • Liz at Fictional Candy
    Imaginary Lines by Allison Parr, was admittedly a slow start for me. The first few chapters felt a bit off to me, and I was worried about how I would feel about the rest of the book. But then everything clicked into place, action started heating up, and as it turned out, I loved Tamar and Abe's story.The SweetThe romance between Tamar and Abe was great. Now, contrary to the blurb, I didn't really feel like there was a lot of drama where they were...
  • Angie
    Fine. Just fine. Not the best in the series and not the worst. My main problem with Imaginary Lines was that, in previous books, Abe was the most charming of characters, just begging for his own story. But when his turn finally came, this Abe felt like an entirely different beast, not nearly as charming or compelling as he was in previous installments. I struggled to want Tamar to achieve her lifelong crush. I simply felt she was worth more, dese...
  • Li
    Allison Parr's New York Leopards NA series is an auto-buy for me, and this one didn’t disappoint – Abe and Tamar were charming, and there was more of both the NYC setting and football backdrop which made me fall in love with the series in the first place. I do think Allison Parr’s prose veers towards the purple on occasion, but the emotional impact more than makes up for that. However, I was frustrated by the handful of copy-editing errors ...
  • Cait
    Okay. I started this at 11.30 last night because Jess is a terrible influence and before I knew it it was 1.30am and I was finished.That's how much I loved this book. To the point where this is probably my favourite book in the series. I KNOW. I honestly can't think of something in this book that I didn't like, it was perfect and everyone should read it.
  • Lesley Peck
    I love this series! We first met Abe in book #1 and he was oh so sweet! I really enjoyed reading more about his past and watching him reconnect with Tamar. Wonderful story!
  • Jess
    This series of books just works for me, on all the levels. They make me happy.