brooding, domineering, possessive, dangerously handsome, and a playboy. These
are all of the characteristics on Rebecca Gellar’s Run-Like-Hell list for men,
but she’s about to meet the man who’s the epitome of these and more…
breaking off her engagement with Hollywood actor Miles Storm, Rebecca is ready
for a change of scenery in her life and in her bed. So when the opportunity to
work for StoneHaven Publishing, one of New York City’s most respectable
publishing empires presents itself, Rebecca doesn’t hesitate moving to the Big
Apple. Convinced she can show the owner of StoneHaven Publishing that she
has the “right stuff,” Rebecca agrees to a six month trial as the personal
assistant to the owner’s playboy son, Nicholas StoneHaven.
big chance. If she can just get through these six months without strangling
Nicholas with his Armani tie, she’ll be okay – easier said than done. Nicholas
is the last person Rebecca thought she’d find herself pining for, especially
when he hits every category under her list. Get ready for a battle of the
sexes… *This novel includes all three volumes combined.
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from the very first page and didn’t let go. I’m still thinking about this
series and wondering what happens next for Nicholas and Rebecca. I really hope
they make an appearance in the Drawn to You Series.
awesome characters, and I enjoyed every moment of it.
me all while making me like his arrogant, handsome, playboy butt. HUH? Exactly.
When he was territorial and romantic, I loved him. When he couldn’t grow a
pair, he irritated me.
lady. Young. Curvy. Fiery red hair. Hello temptress. She took no crap and had the courage to walk
away from a lying/cheating Hollywood star and other situations that just weren’t
right for her. When she lied about her
feelings, I think that was the only time she annoyed me, but hey, a girls gotta
do what a girls gotta do.
were scum. Truly bad people taking advantage of people and certain situations.
best friends who championed for their friends and told them the honest truth
(even when they didn’t want to hear it). I really loved them.
lingering questions. I’m hoping that some of those answers are revealed either
in a later book or in the Drawn to You series.
lingering questions, I couldn’t give it a 5)
would recommend it to everyone. BTW….You will really like Rebecca simply
because she’s very relatable. Oh, and the way they met will have you tickled
exchange for my honest review.
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