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The Space Between - Victoria H. Smith This book was part of a blog tour I received a copy for my honest reviewDrake is the adopted rich son of a father in politics, he is bored with the constant superficial parties and seizes any chance he can to escape. When he slips out of a party and joins a poker game he doesn't realize that losing the game will change his life. Lacey has a had a hard life, she takes care of her sick mother, she gives up her own dreams to make sure her mother is taken care of. I liked this book, Drakes changes throughout the book had me going from not liking him to finding him endearing. Lacey had her moments when she seemed like a shrew but overall she was a pretty levelheaded main female character. While the whole rich boy meets poor girl story has been done many times before, the author makes it her own. The problems that the couple had because of people prejudice seemed realistic. There were some inconsistency problems when it came to the characters, just little things that seemed odd. It could use a little bit more editing and some of the words were a little overused. The Space Between is a good read and this author is definitely talented, if you are looking for a book that deals with real issues and has a good ending then I would read this one.