Lila McCormick, Echo’s best friend from Pushing the Limits, first met Lincoln Turner when tragedy struck both their lives. But she never expected their surprise . The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Crossing the Line by Katie McGarry at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Read “Crossing the Line” by Katie McGarry with Rakuten Kobo. Crossing the Line by Katie McGarry released on Sep 25, is available now for purchase.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Crossing the Line Pushing the Limits 1. Their relationship is a secret, but Lila feels closer to Lincoln than anyone else.

Crossing the Line by Katie McGarry

Until she finds out that he lied to her about the one thing she depended on him for the most. Hurting Lila is the last thing Lincoln wanted. For two years, her letters have been the only thing getting him through the day.

Kindle Edition67 pages. Pushing the Limits 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Crossing the Lineplease sign up.

Did anyone else realise that??? Lexi how are you reading the book? Does anyone know where you can get a paperback copy of this book? Like is it included in the back of Pushing the Limits?

See all 3 questions about Crossing the Line…. Lists with This Book. Apr 02, Kristalia rated it really liked it Shelves: So i struggle to remember who exactly is Lila.

All i remembered was that Lila was Echo’s best friend and support through whole Pushing the Limits. But this book felt like meeting her all over again – and i have to say – i liked her.

Lincoln didn’t appear in PTL so he is a new character in this story and i loved him a lot. But it could have been full length book but it was very good nonetheless. Mcgagry was a cute romance and i adored whole letter pen pal thing between Lila and Lincoln.

Story is about Lila and Lincoln who met on the fateful day when Lincoln’s brother Josh died. That was two years before the events of the book.

They met at funeral and ever since they started writing letters to each other, because the conversation felt more private that way. And it was all good until Lincoln lied about something that hurt Lila’s feelings.


And then it all went wrong I feel alone a lot. Everyone I know is changing. Grace wants new friends. Tthe Natalie is spreading her wings. Lila is not bad, i liked her and she was cute.

But there were also times when i just couldn’t believe what she said sometimes. Anyway, having broken up with her boyfriend Stephen, and having an argue with Lincoln because she thought he betrayed her because he lied to her, completely devastated her.

She is completely alone at her house, terrified because it never happened before and she feels scared,until Lincoln appears at her doorstep to try to make things right even if he lives in other town. She feels like she is being left alone by her friends: Echo is with Noah, happy somewhere out there, and Grace is not in best relationship with her as latie as Natalie She feels like she has no one else but Lincoln, but his so called “betrayal” ruined her.

Crossing the Line (Pushing the Limits, #) by Katie McGarry

Lincoln was her support – she revealed so much about her to him and other way around – and she eventually came to love him His family is in chaos, he lives in constant chaos but he never lost his temper, never shouted, never did crossingg, just lived his life. And with Lila he felt truly alive and the irony is – he loves Lila too.

But then he screwed it up croasing he is torn apart because he doesn’t know how to fix things between them. And so he travels for 10 hours just to see her.

I never felt so alive. I wished that you were here with me or me with you. But I think you were. Even if it was ,ine a couple hundred miles away. View all 20 comments. Crossing the Line was lin swoony short read that had me ooohing and awwing by the end. Bonded together ov 3. Falling bit by bit they make plans to attend college together in Florida when they graduate. I love the idea of falling in love through letters. Taking the time to craft together something tangible that you can save and take out and libe over and over is just so romantic.

No insta-love here even though this is a mere 67 pages long. As more than a friend. I wake up in the morning crossong I think of you. I dream of you. The best days of the week are the ones when I get your letters. View all 24 comments. Oct 22, AJ rated it really liked it Shelves: I’m glad that you’re in my life. I loved the strong connection between them, and the way they are there for each other, supporting, and drawing strength from each other.


It was beautifully written and very realistic. I loved seeing Lila and Lincoln come together. I hope we get to check in on them in future books. View all 4 comments. Nov 29, Christy rated it really liked it. A few letters every week. They know each other in a way no one else does, and they connect with each other on a bigger level. We became friends through lnie letters, cdossing by a shared dream of a college in another state, and then I fell for her.

Could she have also fallen for me? Lincoln screws up and lies about one thing Lila questions if everything with Mcgxrry was a lie. She is pretty upset with him.

After two years of only letters, Lincoln drives the 12 hours too meet face to face with Lila again.

Crossing the Line

Lincoln is going to come clean with her about his mistakes They had great chemistry and Lincoln was sweet as can be. I always say this with a good novella, but I wish it was longer- I wanted more Lila and Lincoln! Now we just need for Dare You To to come out View all 10 comments. Dec 02, Ilze rated it really liked it Shelves: And I am glad I did, I really enjoyed the story! Although Lila did not leave a big impression on me in Pushing the Limits I liked her in this story.

It was really easy to connect to both of the charterers from the very first pages, especially to Lincoln. I loved that every chapter started with the letter they were writing to each other and I think that was definitely one of the reasons it was so easy to get lost in the story and feel close to them. They both struggle with some difficulties and being together helped figure them out, bringing in some good lesson I could take away from the story.

I really liked it, and I am glad I read it. It is a short and sweet read. View all 14 comments. Jan 14, Irena rated it really liked it. Just in case you didn’t know, Katie McGarry is one of my favorite authors. What makes her stands out from other writers, in my opinion, is her ability to put feelings into words in such a poetic way but without over doing it.