Drawn In By You
One has endured a life of loneliness.
The other is content in his solitude.
Can the draw of epic love intertwine their lives?
When my grandfather died, I was swallowed by the system. Depression set in at a young age as I was bounced from foster home to youth shelter. For twelve years since, I’ve battled with my mental health issues, refusing to reveal to anyone how bad things truly are.
I see my friends, happy with their partners, and I fear the dark clouds surrounding my heart will never allow me that kind of bond. When I meet Dylan, I feel a connection to him that defies our age-gap. He sees me breakdown and offers simply to hold me. For the first time in my life I see hope for my future... in him.
Since my divorce, I threw myself into raising my daughter. She was my light and joy. Between parenting and opening a brewery, single life seemed the best choice.
But my weakness is helping people.
Sure, Travis is cute and charming. Yet it is his need for a connection that makes me want to wrap him in my arms and never let go. The more I learn about him, the more I want him to stay with me forever.
I’m falling for him in a big way, and he doesn’t realize he’s worth the effort.
This book involves coping with depression, a silver fox single dad, a bond with chipmunks, a little girl full of sassy life advice and a smoking hot first time. Drawn in By You is the fourth and final book of the series, but can be read as a standalone. Participation in the donut debate is optional.