Reviewer Comments: This is the second book in Erin McCarthy’s Blurred Line series. I did not care for this one as much as the first book in the series for a variety of reasons. I do love Erin McCarthy and her style of writing so this book wasn’t difficult to read. Tiffany Ennis has been taking care of her grandmother for years. She may only be 18, but she has been on her own for a while. Tiffany’s life has been difficult since her mother died and her father never acknowledged her. Tiffany spent years in and out of foster care until her grandmother decided she needed Tiffany to take care of her. Now Tiffany’s grandmother has kicked her out of the house and for the first time, Tiffany is on her own. She is fortunate enough to land a job as caretaker for a mansion. The owner isn’t quite what Tiffany expects. Devin Gold owns the Maine mansion, but he doesn’t spend much time there. When Tiffany is hired to care for his home, she is not what he expects. Devin is a record producer and lives a glamorous lifestyle. He is only 30, but has made quite the name for himself. Devin has an ex-wife and has been linked to numerous other women. He appears to fit the typical rich playboy with money to burn. Tiffany’s attraction to Devin could prove quite problematic, especially when he indicates that the attraction is mutual. Unfortunately, what happens in the mansion on the isolated Maine coast doesn’t always translate into the real world. Not when the people are so totally different. I like the spunk that Tiffany shows. She is wiser than her years and has a good head on her shoulders. Sure she is attracted to Devin, but she isn’t blind to who he is or what he represents. That part I really liked. The part that I had trouble with (and there may be a few spoilers from here to the end) is that it was a relationship between a 30 year old man and an 18 year old girl. He is rich and is used to getting what he wants and of course, she has nothing so he can give her everything. I found the whole situation a little clique. We rarely read about age appropriate rich people getting together or those who have nothing finding a way to make it work. I also think this book is typical of the whole New Adult genre and not the creative writing that I am used to from Erin McCarthy. Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t hate this book. I just think that there could have been more to the story that would intrigue or surprise the reader. I will read the third book in the series and will absolutely read more by Erin McCarthy.