Friday, October 16, 2015

Review: Drawn Through You by Sarina Rhoads via Netgalley

Drawn Through YouDrawn Through You by Sarina Rhoads
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4- Lets turn the tables- Stars


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

This description demands my attention when I first saw this book.


This book reminds me "dont stop believin'" song. I think just because the small town and city theme.

Cole Jacobson is the small town boy who is happy being one. He doesnt feel the need to go to the big city. But after his father died, family business falters. So he has to accept his Uncle's offer and works for his company: Jacobson and Wright.

But for the record: His uncle Robert is the total A-hole.

He threates Cole and tries to use him for get rid of his job partner: Shaun Wright.

Shaun Wright is brilliant, talented, beautiful woman. She dates with both genre. But when she first saw Cole Jacobson she feels the attraction.

Cole and Shaun are so good together. I like their chemistry, their understanding for each other. They are both forced to do something they didnt truly want.

Shaun loves control but when she is with Cole she is willing to give up control to him.


Drawn Through You makes a different from usual billionaire books. In this book woman has the power, money and name. In this book woman is the player who dates so many people, male and female.
Drawn Through You is fun, hot and quick read. There isnt so much drama. It is light and more like a movie.

Eventhough there is some things I wanted to be different, I still like reading this book.

*ARC provided via Netgalley*

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