Detective Paul Daniels has spent four and a half years mourning the loss of his wife. He’s been doing his best to raise their daughter, Chloe, with the help of his in-laws. When they inform him right before Thanksgiving that they’re going to be moving over two hours away, Paul finds himself without anyone to watch Chloe—especially when he’s called out to a crime scene in the middle of the night. Little does he know that meeting his baby brother’s girlfriend and her sister, Megan, will change everything.
Megan Carson has taken a few wrong turns in her life, but she’s doing her best to get back on track. When she meets Chloe, the little girl swiftly worms her way into Megan’s heart. The opportunity to help Paul out and watch his daughter appears to be a blessing in disguise. She quickly volunteers to be Chloe’s live-in nanny.
Everything is working well until the three of them head back to Ohio for Chris and Elizabeth’s wedding. Paul has a little too much to drink during the reception, and he and Megan end up sharing a heated kiss. When he wakes up the next day, he has a pounding headache but remembers nothing.
Megan, however, isn’t willing to forget. Over the past few months since she’s been playing nanny, her feelings for Paul have changed. He is everything she never knew she wanted, and now that she knows there might be something there, she’s going after what she wants—Paul.
Crossing the Line begins when Megan and Paul are at a wedding and Paul lets his memories get the best of him. He doesn't normally drink too much, but after spending so much time thinking about his wife, who passed away, he just can't take it. So, he ends up doing something he never would have done before.
Megan takes this as her opportunity to make her feelings about Paul known. She knows it's going to take time, but she's bound and determined to prove to him that they can make it work.
But Paul is having so many problems with it, but he can't seem to stay away from each other. And when a killer is on the loose things just get even more complicated.
This book was really interesting. It had a good amount of suspense, and I loved the plot line as well. Megan was pretty great too. I really liked how she went after what she wanted, even though she knew she could get hurt.
And Paul, I admired his loyalty and devotion to the woman who has his heart, but he drove me nuts during this book. I was pretty frustrated with the way he handled things, but at times I did feel sorry of him. And the little girl was awesome too!
This book over all was very likable! Nice easy read!