Drawn To You by Serena Grey

Drawn To You

By Serena Grey

  • Release Date: 2014-12-10
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
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From 12 Ratings
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Description

“Landon is just so hot, the pages are burning!”

On the night she discovers her ex’s engagement, Rachel meets Landon, the most attractive man she’s ever seen, who, for some reason, mistakes her for a hooker. The thing is, he’s so sexy, and it’s just one night…what harm can there be in giving in to the desire to lose herself in his touch? She’s never going to see him again, even though he has given her the most intensely pleasurable night of her life.

Landon prefers his women beautiful and sophisticated, with no desire for commitment, so when his brother ignores his protests and sends him a hooker on his birthday, he’s surprised by how willing he is to continue paying for her services. It should be easy, except she’s no hooker, and she has no intention of letting him into her life.

As the billionaire owner of Swanson Court Hotels, Landon is used to getting what he wants, and Rachel is not going to be an exception.

This free romance novel is for people who love steamy books with strong alpha men.  Fans of Billionaire romance books like The Crossfire series by Sylvia Day and Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James will love this one.

Reviews

  • CLIFFHANGER!!!

    1
    By notsavie
    It's a cliffhanger, and looks like book 2 is a cliffhanger too so that you have to pay for them before you find out what happens in the story. I haven't read bk2 or bk3, and I won't, but from bk1, there is NO need for a cliffhanger. It reeks of a money grab. There was enough 'faph' in bk1 that could have been managed and made into one book instead of 3. The 'faph' being 'does she, doesn't she'... 'will he, won't he'... 'should I, shouldn't I'... etc and so on. It follows the annoying trend of the characters being too childish to actually have a conversation with each other, so they'd rather whine and pine for pages which will conveniently fill a book without taxing the author for content.

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