A ⭐️⭐️⭐⭐️ Review of DRAWN THROUGH YOU by Sarina Rhoads

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A ⭐️⭐️⭐⭐️ Review of DRAWN THROUGH YOU by Sarina Rhoads

If you are looking for a provocative story with chemistry, passion, and determination, this is one for you. Sarina Rhoads has created a good storyline which offers the readers a chance to follow two unlikely individuals who are immediately drawn to one another, but whose paths seem destined to create trouble, heartache, and destruction. However, sometimes the most damning of decisions tend to bring about the happiest of paths.

In this case, we see two individuals who seem to have all life has to offer. The small-town boy able to escape to the big city to make something of himself–to have been given the gift of success. And the young female business partner to a major contracting firm who has stepped into a powerful role and created a thriving business. Both are hardworking, but both have a hidden passion that has been taken from them. However passionate about their own talents, other people’s ideals and power have set them on a course in which each must embrace their destiny. So when these two find themselves drawn to each other, they must determine whether crossing professional lines is worth the potential trouble.

But to complicate matters further, Cole is faced with following the orders of his uncle and saving the dream he has held for year, or saving his integrity and possibly losing the one thing that has come to mean more to him. In the end, will the secrets, lies, and betrayal be more than either can handle? Will Cole ultimately lose everything? And will the two be destined to follow the paths created for them or find a way to break free and find the path to their own happiness?

The characters are flawed, raw, and show their weakness and vulnerability while also trying to mask the indecision that plagues them and determine how to cope with the path life has given. Although there were some points that seemed frustrating, I appreciated the realism the author brought to these characters.

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Drawn Through You Synopsis:

What if the brooding billionaire wore pencil skirts and Louboutins? What if the impressionable intern was a small-town furniture maker with boyish charm?

Cole Jacobson always thought he would take after his father and pursue his dreams. But when the family business falters and he’s forced to accept his uncle’s help, Cole is summoned to the big city for a job he never wanted.

Priorities become obscured when Cole finds himself working for Shaun Wright, the strong, intimidating, and ruthlessly attractive business partner at his uncle’s contracting firm. Forced to either sacrifice his hard-won integrity or leave behind the one thing that brings him true happiness, Cole must make a decision that could cost him both. A decision only complicated by the sexy, inscrutable woman he can’t stop thinking about. A woman who just might be as intrigued as he is to cross professional boundaries.

A provocative, trope-twisting romance, Sarina Rhoads’s Drawn Through You finally puts the heroine on the other side of the desk.


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Sarina Rhoads Bio:

Sarina Rhoads photoMaintaining a suburban orbit of NYC all her life, Sarina Rhoads ran the gamut of odd jobs in pursuit of a one true passion. Once exposed to a world of creative storytelling through online writing groups, she fell completely in love. Now she finds pleasure in penning both contemporary and paranormal romance, possessing notebooks chock full of ideas only waiting to be released.


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