A New Adult Romance by Bestselling Author Ker Dukey
Antonia McNally has a great family, a great boyfriend, and a great future… until she finds herself interrupting a robbery and becoming the victim of a ruthless criminal. When she witnesses brutal murder, abuse and suffers her own traumatizing assault by his hand, her life changes forever. When love, loyalty, and strength are tested, the weak falter.
Moving away to the States offers her a fresh start; however, confident, successful Finlay Hayes, her best friend’s Brother adds even more chaos to her already turbulent emotions. When she can’t decide between ripping him a new one or ripping his clothes off, one thing is for sure, they both have an unquenchable craving for each other. When life starts looking a little brighter it’s not long before the storm clouds roll in. All is never what it appears and under his good looks and in charge attitude, Finlay has a past of his own and secrets that can destroy the dynamics of the friendships she has built.
Secrets are waiting to be spilled, but at what cost?
"Your like the bluest ocean, the purest lake, and I'm happily drowning in you Antonia"
I loved this book!
Ok it's Ker Dukey, I love her books and sometimes she can thrown curve balls and a little darkness in her books so I wasn't sure what to expect but although the plot was unpredictable and it does have a huge twist and a cliffy regarding other characters it was a good contemporary read with a little bit of everything thrown in.
Antonia has moved from the Uk to America to be with her best friend, after a horrendous incident she wants to break free from the memories and start over.
I love all the characters, Antonias friend Gaby and all the guys who add a bit of humour with their banter and Finlay, I loved him although he was moody and jealous and stormed off instead of talking things out which was annoying I did love his character.
Antonia falls hard for her best friends brother and there a lot of hot moments, angst and twists in the plot when Antonia's past comes knocking, a conniving ex and more than enough to keep you turning the pages.
Drawn to you was definitely a book I didn't want to put down and I am eagerly looking forward to the next book Lines drawn with the curiosity of the huge cliffhanger with Gaby.