Drawn into Love (Fluke My Life #4)
From New York Times bestselling author Aurora Rose Reynolds comes a flirty romantic comedy of big love and second chances. Courtney Williams wanted forever. She got six years of empty promises, a divorce, and a well-deserved settlement that’s paid her way to Manhattan. She has a new home under renovation, a new job, and a do-over as a happy “single in the city”—until she meets an architect with designs on more than her beams. He’s also a devoted single dad, a great cook, and has dark lashes to die for. Too good to be true. Now all Courtney can do is whisper, Oh no, not again.Divorced Lucas Fremont isn’t looking to get swept away. But how can he not with a woman this sweet and sexy? She’s making his broken heart beat fast. His sister-in-law, Fawn, says go for it. But as cautious as Courtney is, Lucas has to do more than that. He has to fight for it. Now all he can do is think, Don’t let this one get away.But Courtney comes with a secret. And Lucas comes with a bitter ex. If love is to stand a chance, they’re going to have to take a chance.

Drawn into Love (Fluke My Life #4) Details

TitleDrawn into Love (Fluke My Life #4)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 29th, 2019
PublisherMontlake Romance
Rating
GenreRomance, Contemporary Romance, Contemporary

Drawn into Love (Fluke My Life #4) Review

  • Sabrina
    January 1, 1970
    NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UKI thought Drawn Into Love was a great addition to the Fluke My Life series. Lucas was the epitome of an ARR hero with his instant possessiveness and attraction to Courtney. I loved how invested into their relationship he became in such a short time, which is what I always look forward to from these heroes. Was it a little over the top? Yes. But in the best way possible that had me swooning all over the place. Courtney was also a super likable character and I admired NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UKI thought Drawn Into Love was a great addition to the Fluke My Life series. Lucas was the epitome of an ARR hero with his instant possessiveness and attraction to Courtney. I loved how invested into their relationship he became in such a short time, which is what I always look forward to from these heroes. Was it a little over the top? Yes. But in the best way possible that had me swooning all over the place. Courtney was also a super likable character and I admired how she was able to move on from the life she was living and make a better one for herself. I really felt for her sometimes when she was struggling with losing people close to her but then I was cheering her on for finding more people and letting them love her just as much. I did get a little iffy about some things from Lucas' past that were brought up. I would have been okay with it for the most part, and honestly I was expecting it, but in the end it just didn't seem to add anything to the story so then I was wondering why it was in there to begin with. But the ending of the book gave me all the closure I needed and I chose to just put these issues out of my head. Overall, I highly recommend reading this book. It's part of a series and you do see some of the past characters but can be read as a standalone with no problem. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Eve Recinella (Between The Bookends)
    January 1, 1970
    This book wasn't one of my favorites by this author. Too much ex-drama and virtually NO sex. I found myself bored by this couple. Maddie was cute though...
  • Gi's Spot Reviews
    January 1, 1970
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  • Mindy Lou's Book Review
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 StarsI'm sad to see this series end because it was such a fun series. After meeting Lucas in previous books and how bad his wife treated him, I was so glad to see he got his own book. Courtney was such a sweet heroine. I loved her for Lucas and his daughter. This is a pretty low angst book. There is drama with both of their exes but this couple stood strong together. Barely any pushing away. We really got to see this couple as a couple through out most of the book. I listened to this on audi 3.5 StarsI'm sad to see this series end because it was such a fun series. After meeting Lucas in previous books and how bad his wife treated him, I was so glad to see he got his own book. Courtney was such a sweet heroine. I loved her for Lucas and his daughter. This is a pretty low angst book. There is drama with both of their exes but this couple stood strong together. Barely any pushing away. We really got to see this couple as a couple through out most of the book. I listened to this on audible and both narrators were great. The male narrators voice was a bit too manly to pull off the daughter and women's voices but other than that, they were very good.
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  • Tijuana *Book Twins Reviews*
    January 1, 1970
    4.25 Finding Family Stars Lucas and Courtney’s story is probably my new favorite in the series. I love so much about it, but especially the characters and the storyline. Courtney meets Lucas following her divorce and moving to to NYC. He’s designing her remodel and when these two first meet, it’s clear that sparks will fly. Things progress at a great pace. The two of them considering all the factors at play before diving headfirst into another relationship. What I loved most:Lucas is caring, sw 4.25 Finding Family Stars Lucas and Courtney’s story is probably my new favorite in the series. I love so much about it, but especially the characters and the storyline. Courtney meets Lucas following her divorce and moving to to NYC. He’s designing her remodel and when these two first meet, it’s clear that sparks will fly. Things progress at a great pace. The two of them considering all the factors at play before diving headfirst into another relationship. What I loved most:Lucas is caring, sweet, and takes such a great care of Maddi and Courtney. He’s the perfect guy!Courtney, similarly to Lucas, is super sweet and caring. She a great girl who was dealt a pretty shitty hand, but doesn’t let it affect her caring nature. I loved seeing her with Maddi.The family dynamic with Lucas’ brothers and parents. The story is well plotted and paced. I loved the additional scenes from alternate POVs near the end. It was a very well rounded story. Recommended
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  • Shayna
    January 1, 1970
    “𝙸 𝚙𝚛𝚘𝚖𝚒𝚜𝚎 𝚝𝚘 𝚍𝚘 𝚛𝚒𝚐𝚑𝚝 𝚋𝚢 𝚢𝚘𝚞.”I just recently came across the 𝘍𝘭𝘶𝘬𝘦 𝘔𝘺 𝘓𝘪𝘧𝘦 series by the amazing Aurora Rose Reynolds, and after I kicked myself thoroughly for missing these releases, I did some heavy binge-reading and absolutely DEVOURED books 1-3 in two days. When I got the chance to dive into 𝐃𝐫𝐚𝐰𝐧 𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐨 𝐋𝐨𝐯𝐞, Courtney and Lucas’ story, a little early…I was in freaking HEAVEN! A devoted, incredibly alpha, single dad meets the woman of his dreams...a woman who wants everything that Lucas has “𝙸 𝚙𝚛𝚘𝚖𝚒𝚜𝚎 𝚝𝚘 𝚍𝚘 𝚛𝚒𝚐𝚑𝚝 𝚋𝚢 𝚢𝚘𝚞.”I just recently came across the 𝘍𝘭𝘶𝘬𝘦 𝘔𝘺 𝘓𝘪𝘧𝘦 series by the amazing Aurora Rose Reynolds, and after I kicked myself thoroughly for missing these releases, I did some heavy binge-reading and absolutely DEVOURED books 1-3 in two days. When I got the chance to dive into 𝐃𝐫𝐚𝐰𝐧 𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐨 𝐋𝐨𝐯𝐞, Courtney and Lucas’ story, a little early…I was in freaking HEAVEN! A devoted, incredibly alpha, single dad meets the woman of his dreams...a woman who wants everything that Lucas has to offer, but she struggles with trusting it. There are obstacles. There are ups and downs. There is happiness, humor, and heartbreak, but our hero’s devotion never wavers. Reynold’s makes it so damn easy to fall in love with her characters! You don't want to miss out on this deliciously sexy, emotional, and humorous romance! GRAB IT HERE:>⃣ https://amzn.to/2RrgeVD
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  • Jeannine
    January 1, 1970
    What a sweet single dad story. I love me some single dads and Lucas is a pretty freaking amazing one. He and Courtney had some crazy chemistry together. It was really adorable how much Courtney loved his daughter Maddi. This one was a quick read. There wasn’t a lot of drama and low angst. Just a nice and sweet love story.
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  • Carmen Rae
    January 1, 1970
    This book was so much sweetness and love. I couldn’t put it down. From the first page I was drawn into it. And other than a few small moments I read the whole book with a huge smile on my face filled with warm fuzzies and so damn grateful to be given this ARC to review.It’s no surprise that I loved it, I am such a massive fan of Aurora’s writing and I especially love her over the top alphas in her until series but these ones are the perfect counterbalance to those. We still get the awesome char This book was so much sweetness and love. I couldn’t put it down. From the first page I was drawn into it. And other than a few small moments I read the whole book with a huge smile on my face filled with warm fuzzies and so damn grateful to be given this ARC to review.It’s no surprise that I loved it, I am such a massive fan of Aurora’s writing and I especially love her over the top alphas in her until series but these ones are the perfect counterbalance to those. We still get the awesome characters and a growly, possessive alpha, I just find there’s a little less OTTness, if you know what I mean.Courtney was such a sweetheart and despite everything that her ex-husband had put her through she wasn’t the least bit bitter or guarded. Lucas was the perfect partner for her and of course I immediately fell for the sexy single dad. But the star of the show for me was Madeline.This is the type of book you keep on your bedside table to read over and over. Loved It
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  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    Courtney Williams is starting over, she was burned by her ex and has moved to Manhattan to start her new beginning. She didn't expect to meet Lucas Fremont, the architect who is remodeling her house, and he throws her for a loop. Courtney was not looking for love but might of just found it with LucasWonderful read. I loved every aspect of this book and wanted more. I had been curious about Lucas since he was introduced in Running Into Love. Loved Courtney, she is adorable and every moment you sp Courtney Williams is starting over, she was burned by her ex and has moved to Manhattan to start her new beginning. She didn't expect to meet Lucas Fremont, the architect who is remodeling her house, and he throws her for a loop. Courtney was not looking for love but might of just found it with LucasWonderful read. I loved every aspect of this book and wanted more. I had been curious about Lucas since he was introduced in Running Into Love. Loved Courtney, she is adorable and every moment you spend reading about this couple brought a smile to my face. Excellent.
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  • Book Snob Sue
    January 1, 1970
    Honestly, I would have given this more stars, I fell in love with these two. This is the book of Lucas, Levi’s brother from Runing Into Love. You know, the brother that tugged at your heart, because his wife was awful, to him, their little girl and really everyone she came into contact with, the wife that every time she spoke, you were thinking “oh no she didn’t”. Well this is his beautiful story with an equally beautiful woman. These two were both married to spouses that cheated, so in Sue’s wo Honestly, I would have given this more stars, I fell in love with these two. This is the book of Lucas, Levi’s brother from Runing Into Love. You know, the brother that tugged at your heart, because his wife was awful, to him, their little girl and really everyone she came into contact with, the wife that every time she spoke, you were thinking “oh no she didn’t”. Well this is his beautiful story with an equally beautiful woman. These two were both married to spouses that cheated, so in Sue’s world, the exes don’t count...at all. Courtney is new to the city for her fresh start, after fleeing from the cheating ex, who continually still bothers her while he is living with the pregnant mistress. He is something else and Courtney is amazing, so deserving of Lucas who treats her like the princess she deserves to be. She had been through so much, growing up in foster homes and a cheating ex, she just wanted her hea. Lucas is a single doting father, I’m talking ovary overload adorable doting. He is such a great guy, who deserves a great woman after his ex wife, who is still causing problems. But he and Courtney stand together against their exes and it was refreshing to see. He is so wonderful and honestly I can’t say enough good things about him...oh and he cooks, did I mention that? You know what that means, right? Dibs, double dibs, I called him, read him first. This was a wonderful book about a couple getting a chance at a happily ever after that neither thought they would get. This was a safe read, om and ow drama, the exes, but both do not put up with it and they unite until they prevail. A little pushing away from her, but he is not having that because he is crazy about her and she about him. Sexy af chemistry, he can’t get enough of her and she reciprocates. Loved the secondary/supporting characters, his daughter, her funny af outspoken BFF and his supportive family. We get a heart warming epilogue and an hea. Sorry for the long review, but absolutely floved this book, made my heart happy.
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  • Selma
    January 1, 1970
    Drawn Into Love is a worthy conclusion to the very successful and popular Fluke My Life series. Aurora Rose Reynolds has delivered a beautifully written and touching second chance at love story filled to the brim with emotions and featuring two charming, endearing but also broken characters. This book is about finding a new path in your life after a hurtful divorce, admitting your mistakes and facing your fears and moving forward. It's about what truly makes a family and a parent. You don't have Drawn Into Love is a worthy conclusion to the very successful and popular Fluke My Life series. Aurora Rose Reynolds has delivered a beautifully written and touching second chance at love story filled to the brim with emotions and featuring two charming, endearing but also broken characters. This book is about finding a new path in your life after a hurtful divorce, admitting your mistakes and facing your fears and moving forward. It's about what truly makes a family and a parent. You don't have to share the same blood in order to love a child whole-heartedly like it's your own. That's what Aurora wanted to convey with Lucas and Courtney's story. I've devoured it with a smile on my face and tears running down my cheeks.We've been introduced to Lucas Freemont and his sweet little daughter Madeline in the previous books. At that time he was married to evil Eva who everybody hated due to her coldness. I was hoping that he would find the strength to divorce her and find a good woman who deserved his and Maddi's love. This man had so much to give.Now Lucas is a single dad and living in New York. He is finally free of Eva who is not very present in Madeline's life. It's killing him to see his daughter miss her mother but he is trying to compensate for her lack of love and attention. One day he is entrusted with a contract to design the interior of a woman's new house. Courtney Williams is sexy, gorgeous, sweet and also recently divorced. She makes his heart beat faster. When Lucas looks at her and Maddi together he dreams of a possible future for them. Courtney is very cautious due to everything she went through. The feeling Lucas and Madeline give her is too good to be true. But how can she guard her heart from a devoted dad and his adorable daughter? Courtney comes with a secret and Lucas with a bitter ex. Can their love stand a chance? Will they finally get their HEA?I adore Lucas with every fiber of my heart. He is a great, swoon-worthy dad and caring, supportive partner. He treated Courtney with patience and respect. Lucas fought for Courtney and to earn her trust because he knew that she was worth it. This woman was everything he ever wished for - loyal, sincere and loving. She showered little Maddi with affection and genuinely cared about her. I enjoyed the sizzling hot chemistry between Lucas and Courtney as much as their romantic and tender moments. Together with Madeline they were the picture perfect, happy little family.I'm sad that this amazing rom com series has come to an end. It's very hard to say goodbye to characters that have engraved themselves into your heart forever. Aurora did a fantastic job with this book. She gave Lucas and Courtney the story they deserved. Sometimes we need more than just one attempt to find our one true love and soul mate. I highly recommend this top read and give Drawn Into Love 5 well deserved stars.
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  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    [I received an arc for an honest review]Drawn into Love by Aurora Rose Reynolds is the fourth book in her Fluke My Life series, but can be read as a standalone. It's a wonderful story about family and love.Courtney and Lucas have both been let down by the person in their lives that they thought would make all their dreams come true. All they want is a family, love and the feelings of home. Courtney's ex-husband cheated on her and started that with someone else. Lucas' ex-wife gave him his daught [I received an arc for an honest review]Drawn into Love by Aurora Rose Reynolds is the fourth book in her Fluke My Life series, but can be read as a standalone. It's a wonderful story about family and love.Courtney and Lucas have both been let down by the person in their lives that they thought would make all their dreams come true. All they want is a family, love and the feelings of home. Courtney's ex-husband cheated on her and started that with someone else. Lucas' ex-wife gave him his daughter but not a mother or a wife. Lucas feels an instant connection to beautiful and caring Courtney. She feels it also but is afraid that it's all too good to be true and is hesitant to trust after what her husband did. It isn't long before she falls in love with his little girl, Lucas himself, and the life they could have together. Both Courtney and Lucas have some heavy baggage and encounter a few bumps on the road to their happy." Everything becomes glaringly clear. I want her, and there is something between us— something huge. I haven’t felt this kind of attraction to a woman ever."Courtney is the sweetest and I admired her immediately. She is caring, kind and stands her ground when it comes to her ex-husband. Down to earth and with real insecurities, she made a perfect heroine. Lucas is everything I expected from Aurora Rose Reynolds, he's caring, sexy and an alpha. Once he decides to pursue Courtney he is ALL in and considers her part of his family. The sexual chemistry between them is off the charts and make you blush 💕 The third star of the book is Lucas' daughter Maddi, she is absolutely adorable and adds extra love and joy to the story line."I miss you. Even here, with you in my arms, I miss you because I know I have to go and I can’t take you with me.”Drawn into love was everything I love about Aurora Rose Reynolds' writing and I can't wait to read what she dreams of next. "Exquisite is the word that comes to mind as I take in Mr. Lucas Fremont."  “I want my mouth on you, Courtney. For the next few days, you’ll be my breakfast and my dessert.”   
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  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Courtney is making a new life for herself in New York. Away from her ex-husband and all his lies and betrayals. She wants to start afresh and now has a new job and a new home. When she gets an architect to design the renovations for her new homes she gets much more than she expected. Lucas isn't looking for a relationship, he has a young daughter I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Courtney is making a new life for herself in New York. Away from her ex-husband and all his lies and betrayals. She wants to start afresh and now has a new job and a new home. When she gets an architect to design the renovations for her new homes she gets much more than she expected. Lucas isn't looking for a relationship, he has a young daughter he adores and a job he loves. Then he sees Courtney. Beautiful, warm and sweet, he knows he needs to take a chance on love again. He just has to persuade her to do the same.Aurora Rose Reynolds never lets you down. When you need a sweet contemporary romance with a scrumptious hero you need to grab one of her books. You will finish it with a delighted smile feeling all warm and fuzzy. Which is exactly how I felt when I reached the last page of Drawn Into Love.How could it be otherwise? It contains not only a delicious hero and a lovely heroine, but there's an adorable little girl and a cute dog. I was a helpless reader held hostage by the sheer adorable-ness. But, it wasn't just puppy dog eyes that kept me reading. The love story was really cute, Courtney and Lucas had great chemistry creating a modern day fairy tale romance.If you have been reading this series you will recognise Lucas from previous books in the series. A few characters from the previous books pop up in this as well. However, this can easily be read as a standalone. Another great book by Reynolds, I am now eagerly awaiting whatever she publishes next. *ARC provided by publisherReviewed by Suzanne❤ ♡ Don't want to miss any of our posts? Subscribe to our blog by email! ♡ ❤
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  • Nerdy Dirty & Flirty
    January 1, 1970
    Another fantastic story from Reynolds!This was so much more than just the build of a romantic relationship, it was about the creation of a family. About finding everything you ever dreamed of.After suffering a heartbreaking betrayal, Courtney leaves the life she knew and is on the journey to find her new self. Lucas has also recently gone through a major change and is building a better life for him and his young daughter. When circumstances bring them together, it’s clear that they have a connec Another fantastic story from Reynolds!This was so much more than just the build of a romantic relationship, it was about the creation of a family. About finding everything you ever dreamed of.After suffering a heartbreaking betrayal, Courtney leaves the life she knew and is on the journey to find her new self. Lucas has also recently gone through a major change and is building a better life for him and his young daughter. When circumstances bring them together, it’s clear that they have a connection.Throughout so much of the story, I couldn’t stop grinning. I loved Courtney and Lucas together. The excitement of the fall had me so wrapped up in this story. In addition, the relationship with Maddie was so sweet and gave the story a whole new dimension.It was impossible not to be drawn into this story. The romance, the drama, the love, the emotion; I couldn’t get enough of it.
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  • AJ
    January 1, 1970
    4 super sweet and fluffy starsThis is SUCH a cute read! Sweet, easy, sexy and swoony, it’s the kind of romance that Aurora Rose Reynolds writes so well, and I loved losing myself in this gloriously fluffy love story.Courtney has just gotten out of an unhappy marriage and is starting over in NYC. She has bought herself a house in dire need of renovation, and that’s how she meets hot architect, Lucas. Lucas is also divorced, and is a devoted single father to his adorable 6-year-old daughter, Maddi 4 super sweet and fluffy starsThis is SUCH a cute read! Sweet, easy, sexy and swoony, it’s the kind of romance that Aurora Rose Reynolds writes so well, and I loved losing myself in this gloriously fluffy love story.Courtney has just gotten out of an unhappy marriage and is starting over in NYC. She has bought herself a house in dire need of renovation, and that’s how she meets hot architect, Lucas. Lucas is also divorced, and is a devoted single father to his adorable 6-year-old daughter, Maddie.From the moment Courtney and Lucas meet, sparks fly. They both feel an attraction which leads to them finding more ways to run into each other and more opportunities to spend time together. There is no game playing, no stupid, no drama, no holding back. They like each other, they don’t hide it, deciding to see where it goes, and they follow their hearts. Yes, it’s that simple, but Reynolds brings so much heart to their story that I revelled in every moment of it. Both Courtney and Lucas have been burned before and their exes have done a number of them (and continue to so), but it’s something for them to work through as they fall deeper and deeper for each other. There is no OW/OM drama though, they are together and committed and working through the hurdles together, and I loved watching them move toward the future that they both want so badly. It’s sweet, easy and sexy. Lucas is an absolute sweetheart and a bit of a dirty talker, God bless him, and it’s so beautiful to watch him as a father to little Maddie, who absolutely melted my heart. And Courtney has had a hard life, but she hasn’t let it bring her down. She’s strong and sensible with dreams of love and family, and she finds that in Lucas, and all of it is just gorgeous. I love you … I love you, Maddi loves you. Like Maddi said, we are your family.”She sobs. I smile, then press my mouth to hers and say, “I’m not letting you go. Or giving you space. Or taking time. This is us. This is our future, our family.” This book is part of the Fluke My Life series (Lucas is the brother of Levi from book #1 – Running into Love), but it can absolutely stand alone, with only minor character crossovers. Though I did love catching up with the characters that we saw.I was so in the mood for a read like this, and if you want easy and angst free with a beautifully happy ending – complete with epilogue that left me grinning like a loon – then this is the book for you!4 stars!An Advanced Review Copy was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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  • BookSmacked
    January 1, 1970
    When it comes to swoony hero's with some hot alpha tendencies, Aurora Rose Reynolds has that nailed. Drawn Into Love features two divorcees that meet one another seemingly at the right time in their lives which goes so well with the series name Fluke My Life. Thrown in a completely adorable little girl and you have what I would consider a romance hit on your hands. What I loved about these characters was their personalities, they were both extremely caring individuals and you could absolutely fe When it comes to swoony hero's with some hot alpha tendencies, Aurora Rose Reynolds has that nailed. Drawn Into Love features two divorcees that meet one another seemingly at the right time in their lives which goes so well with the series name Fluke My Life. Thrown in a completely adorable little girl and you have what I would consider a romance hit on your hands. What I loved about these characters was their personalities, they were both extremely caring individuals and you could absolutely feel that. Both Courtney and Lucas have some exes that definitely had me cursing out loud at times throughout this read. With ups and downs, a ton of sweet and tender moments Drawn Into Love is a book that I found myself reading easily. I enjoyed the exchanges with all three characters, my heart melted specifically at certain moments involving Lucas's daughter. And let's not forget that I love hero's that are alpha's and Lucas is definitely one of them, his protectiveness was bossy and hot. I look forward to the next read from Aurora Rose Reynolds, she consistently delivers books that appeal to my romantic soul.
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  • Somia
    January 1, 1970
    An ok, one time, light read during work breaks, a little bit of drama with the main characters ex-spouses but not a lot, overall this is low on angst. Writing flows pretty well and despite characters from previous books making a appearance this can be written as a standalone. Courtney and Lucas work well together as a couple, although they didn't draw me in as I would have liked. Acquired via kindle unlimited.
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  • Anne Milne
    January 1, 1970
    I adored this book it's such a beautiful gentle love story that made me feel so happy. Lucas is such a wonderful character to read. He's a devoted single dad to the sweetest little girl you really her the sense that they are a team. He's not looking for love but the instant attraction he feels for Courtney is palpable. He's alpha protective loving added to a sensitive thoughtful soul and he's irresistible. Sometimes I have a hard time liking female characters who been cheated on but I loved Cour I adored this book it's such a beautiful gentle love story that made me feel so happy. Lucas is such a wonderful character to read. He's a devoted single dad to the sweetest little girl you really her the sense that they are a team. He's not looking for love but the instant attraction he feels for Courtney is palpable. He's alpha protective loving added to a sensitive thoughtful soul and he's irresistible. Sometimes I have a hard time liking female characters who been cheated on but I loved Courtney. Her self worth won't let her settle for second best and she forges a new life for herself. I loved reading about not just their budding relationship but also the forming of a family unit. This was an enjoyable at times tender read. reviewed by Sweet Spot Sisterhood
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  • Izzie d
    January 1, 1970
    Really good story.Insta attraction.Both divorced, he's a single dad.Ex drama on both sides.No cheating.No intimate scenes with anyone other than the Hero and heroine. Not even flirting with anyone else.Dual POV.HEA.Epilogue.
  • Reviews from the Heart (Kimberly Anne)
    January 1, 1970
    Drawn Into Love was a short, but sweet Rom-Com that I could read over and over again. This is the first book from this series that I have read, and now I am shaking my head wondering why in the heck I haven't read the previous books in this series. Drawn Into Love can be read as a standalone, but I am assuming, it is kind of interconnected with previous characters. This DUAL POV was written perfectly. Aurora Rose Reynolds has a very wonderful writing style, that I could easily become obsessed wi Drawn Into Love was a short, but sweet Rom-Com that I could read over and over again. This is the first book from this series that I have read, and now I am shaking my head wondering why in the heck I haven't read the previous books in this series. Drawn Into Love can be read as a standalone, but I am assuming, it is kind of interconnected with previous characters. This DUAL POV was written perfectly. Aurora Rose Reynolds has a very wonderful writing style, that I could easily become obsessed with. Courtney and Lucas' story is so sweet, it will leave you with a toothache. The plot was not over dramatic and didn't drag out for days, so that is also a definite win in my book. Courtney is so different than any other woman in the world with how she handles herself. She is brave and courageous. She has a huge heart with so much love to give. She has always has wanted the fairy tale ending, but her ex blew that to smithereens, so she is just living life the only way she knows how, and that is day by day.Lucas - the guy that has the amazing and talented architectural brain and the amazing looks that go along with it. This divorced single dad knows how to raise his daughter, and achieve his dreams without batting an eyelash. All he is missing is someone else to share his life with.Moving to a new city, Courtney is determined to make the best of her situation by starting off anew, Wanting her new home to feel like hers, she meets with a designer to go over the designs and there is an instantaneous attraction. What happens when the going gets good and the crazy exes come out of the caves? *I recommend this book.~ Ashley
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  • Evan
    January 1, 1970
    I received an ARC for a honest review. First let me say that I've read every one of Aurora's Until series and hadn't actually read this series yet. I was a little nervous starting this series at book 4, but I can honestly say that I loved this story. Courtney has been dealt a pretty craptastic hand by her stupid ex and she's moving on, starting over. When she buys her new place she meets Lucas when she comes to look at the plans for the renovations for her place. Aurora is definitely the queen o I received an ARC for a honest review. First let me say that I've read every one of Aurora's Until series and hadn't actually read this series yet. I was a little nervous starting this series at book 4, but I can honestly say that I loved this story. Courtney has been dealt a pretty craptastic hand by her stupid ex and she's moving on, starting over. When she buys her new place she meets Lucas when she comes to look at the plans for the renovations for her place. Aurora is definitely the queen of insta love, but that's why I love her books. Lucas is definitely bossy, hot and very alpha. He's also the father of the adorable Maddison. They both fall for Courtney immediately. This book has a lot of sweet moments, ex-drama moments, and hot sexy times. I loved this book and will be going back and reading the others.That Epilogue had me crying like a baby!
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  • Suzi (Obsessive Reading Disorder)
    January 1, 1970
    We have met now single dad Lucas in the earlier books of this series but you can easily read this sweet romance on it's own. This book is the perfect mix of humor, dogs, kids, messy families and even messier ex's. And through it all, somehow a friendship grows into something more. Lucas and Courtney have been burned by love and neither one is ready for more. Or so they say. It seems that love grows where we don't expect it. These two together were just destined to be. Both needed to convince the We have met now single dad Lucas in the earlier books of this series but you can easily read this sweet romance on it's own. This book is the perfect mix of humor, dogs, kids, messy families and even messier ex's. And through it all, somehow a friendship grows into something more. Lucas and Courtney have been burned by love and neither one is ready for more. Or so they say. It seems that love grows where we don't expect it. These two together were just destined to be. Both needed to convince the other to just take the leap and try again. Such a sweet romance. Perfect curl up with a book on a Sunday afternoon type of read. Loved it all! *Complimentary copy provided for an honest review.
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  • Maïwenn B
    January 1, 1970
    Another hit by Aurora Rose Reynolds. I'm such a goner for single dad stories, it wasn't long before I fell for Lucas Fremont. But most of all I completely stood by Courtney's side through the whole story. I have loved how Aurora handled a sensitive subject, it was respectful and truthful. It's often used as a mean to get a twist to the story but here, it was a real, honest part of the story. You'll love Courtney and Lucas, you'll love Lucas' daughter Madeline and you'll LOVE seeing our beloved F Another hit by Aurora Rose Reynolds. I'm such a goner for single dad stories, it wasn't long before I fell for Lucas Fremont. But most of all I completely stood by Courtney's side through the whole story. I have loved how Aurora handled a sensitive subject, it was respectful and truthful. It's often used as a mean to get a twist to the story but here, it was a real, honest part of the story. You'll love Courtney and Lucas, you'll love Lucas' daughter Madeline and you'll LOVE seeing our beloved Fawn, Levi & Co!
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  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    Pretty cute. Quick read.
  • Caro Richard
    January 1, 1970
    Lucas and Courtney meet after her divorce and him settling into a new-ish place after getting custody of his daughter, Madeline.I loved it. I loved Courtney. I loved Lucas. I loved Madeline. I loved his family. I loved how this story plucks at the heart strings. I loved their love.So you can I had a lot of love for this book, actually this author in general!And the ending, the different points of view...loved it!
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  • Island Girl Romance Reads
    January 1, 1970
    This book was so beautiful. Loved it so much.Lucas a single dad (love those) and father to the cute Maddie. He loves her more than anything. Courtney just moved to New York to start over after divorcing her cheating husband.Lucas and Courtney meet when she visit his Architect office for the renovation of the home she just bought.Loved everything about this book and the relationship between Courtney and Maddie was my favorite thing about this book.
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  • Sejla
    January 1, 1970
    Wow, just wow! I only have words of utmost praise for Aurora Rose Reynolds, for ending the Fluke My Life series with such an amazing story. It takes a lot of talent and devotion for an author to deliver her best in every book she writes. I love her insta love stories, especially her Until Series. But the FML series has won me over from the start, because there's nothing better than flirty romantic comedies that make you laugh out loud and put a huge smile on your face. This is how I felt about D Wow, just wow! I only have words of utmost praise for Aurora Rose Reynolds, for ending the Fluke My Life series with such an amazing story. It takes a lot of talent and devotion for an author to deliver her best in every book she writes. I love her insta love stories, especially her Until Series. But the FML series has won me over from the start, because there's nothing better than flirty romantic comedies that make you laugh out loud and put a huge smile on your face. This is how I felt about Drawn Into Love. I swooned so hard about Courtney and Lucas, cheering for them from the start to get their second chance at an HEA. And don't get me started about Maddi. I loved this little girl with all my heart and soul! When I reached the last page I started crying like a baby. The end was pure perfection and it really hurt to let these characters go! Courtney Williams only ever had one dream: a happy family of her own. What she got instead were six years of empty promises, a divorce, and a well-deserved settlement that’s paid her way to New York. This is where she starts a new chapter of her life with a new job and a new home. Needing a talented architect to design the interior of her house, she seeks out Lucas Fremont. The moment Courtney meets him for the first time, she is blown away by his mouth watering looks. But this is not the only endearing asset about him. Lucas is also a devoted single dad and a great cook. All Courtney can do is wonder if men like him are for real? He seems too good to be true... Divorced Lucas is living his life together with his daughter Maddi who is the most important person in his life. Meeting and dating a woman is not high on his list of priorities, until he crosses paths with her: Courtney. A sweet, gentle and sexy woman that makes his broken heart beat faster. Lucas instinctively knows that Courtney is cautious because she's been hurt before, so he takes things slow at the beginning. But the more he gets to know her, the stronger his need is to make her his. But like in every story, there are some major obstacles in their way to a HEA like Courtney's   secret and Lucas' bitter ex Eva. If their love is to stand a chance, they’re going to have to fight for it and put their both pasts behind for good.I adored Lucas and Courtney. They had such an amazing chemistry! He gave her stability, protection and attention. With him and Maddi, Courtney found the kind of family she was always yearning for. But Courtney gave Lucas so much in return. She made him and his daughter smile and filled their lives with happiness again! She was the missing puzzle part in their lives. With her, they finally felt whole again. If you love single dad and second chance at love stories, than this book is for you. I honestly enjoyed each and every page and highly recommend it. Thank you dear Aurora for this gem of a book that I'm putting straight on my favorites shelf. 5 stars!
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  • Brie
    January 1, 1970
    “I’m not letting you go. Or giving you space. Or taking time. This is us. This is our future, our family.” It is true, there is nothing I love more than an alpha except one written by Aurora Rose Reynolds! Lucas Fremont is the brother of Levi Fremont—New York homicide detective extradornaire whom we met in the first book of the series, Running into Love. If you're a fan of the instant possesiveness and attraction ARR has based her Until series off of, well let me just say Lucas is the closest s “I’m not letting you go. Or giving you space. Or taking time. This is us. This is our future, our family.” It is true, there is nothing I love more than an alpha except one written by Aurora Rose Reynolds! Lucas Fremont is the brother of Levi Fremont—New York homicide detective extradornaire whom we met in the first book of the series, Running into Love. If you're a fan of the instant possesiveness and attraction ARR has based her Until series off of, well let me just say Lucas is the closest she has made a hero in attributes to the Maysons that aren't directly tied to that series. Courtney Williams is starting over after a marriage filled with broken promises. She's multifaceted and even though she's a heroine in a fiction work, she's so realistic to women in nonfiction ways. Vulnerable and sensitive, yet strong and filled with perseverance. Her new journey leads her to cross paths with one Lucas Fremont. A single father first and foremost, but also an architect and the man who becomes persistent in making her a permanent fixture in his and his daughter's life. And Maddie, this girl. This utterly sweet little girl will steal your attention and heart in every moment she is present in! She's the gem, the rose in this story!!Slow-burning yet explosive, Drawn into Love is unexpected! Though I'm not usually a fan of romances with ex drama and hear me when I say ARR brought it times two, I found myself not only cheering for the hero and heroine, but needing that trademark happily ever after due to all the heartache and pain their exes caused. A sweet romance that heals the past and paves a new road to a future filled with kept promises and unconditional love!
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  • Marta Bo
    January 1, 1970
    Awww ! What a sweet and heartwarming story ! Do I need to say that it's great addition to whole series??? Nope, it's just unecessesary. Drawn into Love is just as amazing as You can only imagine, when it comes to that author. When I saw that Aurora Rose Reynolds annouced another book in series I was sure that I want to put my greedy hands on this story. And what can I say... This author didin't dissapionted me. As always, reading mrs Reynold's words was pure pleasure. The story line, the charact Awww ! What a sweet and heartwarming story ! Do I need to say that it's great addition to whole series??? Nope, it's just unecessesary. Drawn into Love is just as amazing as You can only imagine, when it comes to that author. When I saw that Aurora Rose Reynolds annouced another book in series I was sure that I want to put my greedy hands on this story. And what can I say... This author didin't dissapionted me. As always, reading mrs Reynold's words was pure pleasure. The story line, the characters, bad and good moments was mixed perfectly together. I couldn't put this book down. Drawn into Love is about LOVE obviously, suprise suprise ! But this love connected 2 kinds of my favorite characters in books - single, hot dad, and woman with broken heart. Courtney is wonderfull woman, but she had problem with trusting. After having divorce she doesn't want to risk her heart any more.Lucas is pretty much Alpha with sweet little girl in the background. What I liked the most in whole story ? During reading I saw that Lucas is such a man, however man who is also so caring, and loving si deeply. Since first meeting Lucas and Cortney was perfect match. Sometimes they was laughing, sometimes they were crying... sometimes they was just hot for each other. - Level MAX. And all this things above made this book special, because this book is about love, trust, healing and family - the most important things in our life !
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  • Sofia Lazaridou
    January 1, 1970
    I want a Lucas in my life. I want someone who is as dedicated as he was to his women. He is the right kind of alpha male and you know that he would do anything in his power to protect his daughter and Courtney. Courtney was a good heroine. She was a little apprehensive when it came to her relationship with Lucas because of her previous marriage. Her ex was a douche and he was a bad person. I liked his mother though. Lucas, Courtney and his daughter were pretty much a family from the moment they I want a Lucas in my life. I want someone who is as dedicated as he was to his women. He is the right kind of alpha male and you know that he would do anything in his power to protect his daughter and Courtney. Courtney was a good heroine. She was a little apprehensive when it came to her relationship with Lucas because of her previous marriage. Her ex was a douche and he was a bad person. I liked his mother though. Lucas, Courtney and his daughter were pretty much a family from the moment they saw each other and I loved that. In a way, this book is about them finding their footing and getting everything in their lives in order. I loved that and their story overall I might say. The author did a great work with this book. The epilogue was the best part of the book for many reasons. For one, we got to see two happy endings and that is always a winner for me. Also, we saw Courtney and Lucas having their family and been in love which is all I can ask for in an epilogue. Fawn and Levi appear and that was also one of my favorite parts of the story. I liked to catch up to some already known characters and see how they are doing after their happily ever after.
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