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Drawn Through You by [Rhoads, Sarina]
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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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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 245 pages
  • Publisher: Tryst Books (Oct. 26 2015)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015TK05L4
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What do you do when the alpha wears skirts and new employee happens to be the partner’s nephew?

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. (Amazon blurb)

It is incredibly difficult to review a novel that has such a potential to be a great novel – especially when the storyline is one that inverses the roles we are used to seeing, that is where men are alphas and women the submissives. Here, we get to meet a woman, out of a dungeon, out of a scene or playroom who is an alpha in and out of the bedroom and a man who naturally follows this woman and her instructions.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa7458e64) out of 5 stars 16 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7466aec) out of 5 stars a great beginning! Oct. 30 2015
By Beth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
there is something magical about delving into an author’s very first published work. months, if not years, have been invested in cultivating a story and with excited trepidation, now placing your precious words into a reader’s hands. i was, therefore, extremely excited to delve into the newly published pen of sarina rhoads.

this is a story of a man desperate to salvage the legacy of his father and the future of his family. but to do so, is at the great sacrifice of his own happiness. cole is ready to bite the bullet at the expense of his own integrity if it will shorten his vile obligation. all seems utter agony until his world collides with the fire of shaun. their chemistry is combustible and creates, in turn, a most impossible choice.

ms. rhoads has inked a story filled with fiery passion as well as they aching burn of anger and pain. this book starts out with a monumental bang and proceeds to flow with an unimpeded pace. it was easy to get lost in the roller coaster of her characters’ emotions and drown in the fire of their flames. i very quickly became a fan of the fractured but strong determination of cole and shaun as they worked to overcome all the world had thrown at them.

i really enjoyed this fast paced book and while i was greatly invested in the characters, i found myself wishing there were more answers to my burning questions. i wanted certain outcomes to be more fully flushed out and more firmly resolved. i felt at times that we introduced to people that we never truly got to know nor the purpose of their motivations. perhaps we will revisit sweetwater and more will be revealed, but for now i have a longing to know more about the characters i was rooting for as well as those who stood in their way.

that being said, i found this book intriguing and would gladly reach for another penned by ms. rhoads.

as always, these opinions are based on my preferences as a reader.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7466b40) out of 5 stars Decent read, but don't let the description color your expectations... Oct. 29 2015
By Malissa Coy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This review comes down to an I liked it, but I didn't love it as much as I wanted to. I think perhaps I went in expecting something from the book after reading the description and what I got wasn't exactly what I had thought it would be.

I expected Shaun Wright to be the female version of a Bennett Ryan from Beautiful Bastard or an Ethan Blackstone from The Blackstone Affair. No doubt Shaun is definitely an intelligent, powerful, determined, hard working woman...but she didn't pull of the cocky/ball busting/brooding attitude you think she is going to have after reading the book description. Truth is I liked her just fine, she just simply wasn't what I thought I was going to get and I didn't love her, I couldn't connect with her. She was almost too aloof.

Cole, he's an interesting character for me because I think we got what we expected when it came to him. He's a small town man, with big dreams that don't involve a big city or powerful people. He just wants to be left to live his life by his own terms, he wants to be able to create his won happiness....who doesn't right? He has some pretty alpha male tendencies that lead to riling up Shuan here and there, but other than that he doesn't often put those tendencies to good use. I felt like he let things slide to much, he let people walk all over him...not just Shaun who you would expect would be leaving divots in his back (both in fun and anger) from her Louboutin heels.

Drawn Through Me I am afraid just didn't live up to it's potential. The concept is one that I think we would all like to see more of. I liked the storyline, small town guy, big city girl, power struggles, intrigue, mergers, and takeovers....yeah, it' got all that...but some how it just falls flat. I wanted more from the couple, they're story sadly gets lost in all the side story lines. Was there chemistry between then two, sure but it felt more like a secretive office romance instead of building/budding relationship. They had their moments and I totally appreciated those, but they were few and afar between.

So this turned into a meh read for me, but I don't regret having spent the time to read it. I think it might be a 5 star read for some people, it just missed it's mark with me, doesn't mean it isn't worth picking up though. So if you enjoy contemporary romance I'd say give it a go. Forget what the description says though...this is less about flipping the brooding bad boy billionaire trope and more about a man trying to find his way in the ruthlessness of big business and a 'new world' and getting back to what makes him happy.
HASH(0xa7466f78) out of 5 stars I really enjoyed this book Nov. 8 2015
By KimBerly Addison (The Book Sirens) - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I really enjoyed this book. Cole is a small town guy, who loves to build furniture but has been running the family lumber business started by his late father. He is forced to go into the corporate world by his ruthless uncle to repay a debt. But a chance encounter makes him think maybe city life isn't so bad, until he realizes the next day that gorgeous woman he met the night before is his new boss! Cole makes a complete ass of himself at his first official meeting with his boss Shaun. Shaun is more than just a pretty face, she is intelligent, poised, professional, rich and she intimidates the hell out of Cole. The sparks fly despite their obvious differences and things get a little sticky when Cole's uncle ask him to do something he is not comfortable with and doesn't want to participate in. Things really get complicated when Cole and Shaun start to fall for each other.

I loved the push and pull between Cole and Shaun. Their chemistry is palpable, but they are both so stubborn it takes them a long time to give in to each other. I liked that they didn't instantly fall into bed, this was a slow burn and when they finally come together? BAM! Like the fourth of July! Unfortunately for Cole and Shaun, things will only become more complicated.

The thing that I liked most is the message of this book, don't ever compromise your own dreams to make others happy, it only leads to unhappiness. Cole and Shaun both teach each other something they didn't know about themselves, and they compliment each other perfectly.

This book is a little something different, for once the woman was the alpha with all the power and money, I liked that a lot. The writing, the characters, the story line, all of it was great. I really enjoyed this book.
HASH(0xa7468354) out of 5 stars I wanted to like this book Nov. 8 2015
By Gypsy Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I wanted to like this book. And If the contents had matched the "provocative, trope-twisting romance" description of the book, I probably would have. Unfortunately, they really didn't.

While Shaun is Cole's boss she the not a self made confident brooding billionaire that she would need to be for this to be a trope twist. Instead she's a lonely rich girl who is riding in the passenger seat of her own life, and a trope cliche of the poor little rich girl. The self made confident brooding billionaire is her father, and she's trapped living her life according to his expectations. She really had no real backbone with things that truly matter, and I couldn't bring myself to respect her as she fell so short of the kiss arse heroine that was promised.

As for Cole. Cole is a petulant coward. He is in a bad position and he KNOWS what he needs to do in order to be able to respect himself as a good human being. But he never seems to get around to doing those things and instead acts like a jerk to pretty much everyone except his mother.

Overall, I disliked both the lead characters and couldn't really care about their romance. The supporting characters were caricatures and not fully realized, so there was no real interest there either. I didn't understand why the title of the book was 'drawn through you,' and not 'drawn to you," except that it was different only for the sake of being different. And Shaun's awkward name is never explained and one was left to wonder if her parents were expecting a boy.

Pros? The author's writing overall, with the exception of her characters, was good. I found her choice to write in first person from the guys POV interesting and deftly done. The romantic scenes were well written and hot. And the pace of the story was good. So basically my review comes down to this: this books shows enough promise that I may read another book by this author, with some reservations, but cannot say that I recommend reading this one. And that for me is a three star review in a nutshell.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review on Netgalley
HASH(0xa7468438) out of 5 stars A good read about struggles and hard decisons Oct. 31 2015
By Pages Abound - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
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. Overall, this was a good read.

* I was gifted a copy for my honest review