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Drawn to You by Serena Grey Review

Title: Drawn to You

Author: Serena Grey

First published December 10, 2014

330 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.02


When Rachel meets Landon on the same night she finds out her ex is engaged, she thinks it’s just going to be a one-night stand. Landon, however, mistakes her for a prostitute and keeps coming back for more.

Rachel knows she should put a stop to it, but she can’t resist the pleasure he brings her. Landon is used to getting everything he wants, and he wants Rachel.

But Rachel isn’t looking for anything serious, and she certainly isn’t interested in becoming just another one of Landon’s conquests. As their fling becomes something more, Rachel and Landon must confront their true feelings for each other and decide if they’re willing to take a chance on love.

About the Author

Meet Serena Grey, a contemporary romance author who has captured the hearts of readers everywhere. With a passion for love stories and a penchant for swooning over sexy billionaires and charming book-boyfriends, Serena is an incurable romantic at heart.

She believes that books are sacred and loves nothing more than losing herself in a good read. When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up with a book, sipping on coffee, or indulging in her love of ice-cream and wine.

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Editoral Review

Drawn to You by Serena Grey is a contemporary romance novel that explores the beautiful but tumultuous relationship between Alexander and Hailey. First published on December 10, 2014, the book has since captured the attention of many romance enthusiasts with its captivating storyline and well-developed main characters.

Serena Grey, the books author, is a renowned romance writer with a talent for crafting stories that elicit deep emotions from readers. In Drawn to You, Grey explores themes of love, trust, passion and the pursuit of personal and professional growth.

With her signature style of writing, Grey uses vivid descriptions of the characters and places to transport readers into Alexander and Haileys world. The book is set in New York, and the plot revolves around the story of Alexander, a wealthy businessman who finds himself drawn to Hailey, a beautiful and ambitious interior designer.

But as their romantic relationship blossoms, Hailey discovers a dark secret that threatens to destroy everything she has worked for, including her relationship with Alexander. Despite the story being a typical romance, Grey infuses it with twists and turns that keep readers on the edge of their seats.

The book addresses the power dynamics that exist in relationships and delves into the complexities of navigating the blurred lines between love and ambition. Greys writing is impeccable.

The prose is engaging, and the dialogue flows effortlessly. The development of the two main characters, Alexander and Hailey, is also commendable, as they both grow and learn from each others experiences throughout the book.

However, where the book falls short is in its plotline. The plot, although engaging, is predictable, and some readers may find it hard to ignore the clichs.

Additionally, the book addresses a few social issues, such as sexism and classism, but fails to delve into them as deeply as some readers might like. In conclusion, Drawn to You is an excellent read for fans of contemporary romance novels, especially those who enjoy stories of powerful men and ambitious women finding love.

Greys writing is commendable, and the books themes are relatable, guaranteeing a thought-provoking read. The book receives a B+ rating from The Washington Post.