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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Aurora Rose Reynolds
Released: January 29, 2019
Series: Fluke My Life #4
“Aurora Rose Reynolds never lets you down”
~ Under the Covers
Courtney is making a new life for herself in New York. Away from her ex-husband and all his lies and betrayals. She wants to start afresh and now has a new job and a new home. When she gets an architect to design the renovations for her new homes she gets much more than she expected. Lucas isn’t looking for a relationship, he has a young daughter he adores and a job he loves. Then he sees Courtney. Beautiful, warm and sweet, he knows he needs to take a chance on love again. He just has to persuade her to do the same.
Aurora Rose Reynolds never lets you down. When you need a sweet contemporary romance with a scrumptious hero you need to grab one of her books. You will finish it with a delighted smile feeling all warm and fuzzy. Which is exactly how I felt when I reached the last page of Drawn Into Love.
How could it be otherwise? It contains not only a delicious hero and a lovely heroine, but there’s an adorable little girl and a cute dog. I was a helpless reader held hostage by the sheer adorable-ness. But, it wasn’t just puppy dog eyes that kept me reading. The love story was really cute, Courtney and Lucas had great chemistry creating a modern day fairy tale romance.
If you have been reading this series you will recognise Lucas from previous books in the series. A few characters from the previous books pop up in this as well. However, this can easily be read as a standalone. Another great book by Reynolds, I am now eagerly awaiting whatever she publishes next.
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