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    5 stars

    I really enjoy these people. They are funny, alpha, steamy hotness with real world issues. I laughed and teared. The plot line is great and the flow and romance are amazing. Read this series from the beginning. Totally worth it.
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    Drawn in by Tracey again!!

    You know when you are hunting for a new author and hope they have a series in the works...well I struck gold when I stumbled across Tracey Alvarez. I have loved each book in this series and like most, you have favourites...but I also knew that this book would be worth the wait. Tracey has managed to take the series in a different direction in Drawing Me In, a bit more complicated...a wee bit darker but has still maintained the warmth of the series. The storyline is a hard one and I wasn't sure where it would end up. Tracey has handled it well and with sensitivity. I'm not a fan of huge back stories and flashbacks but when a couple has history, as Bree & Harley do these are vital for the storyline. Tracey starts the story feet first running and the flashback scenes are brief but full of the necessary info so the story flows well, yay. Tracey has an amazing talent of turning a character (Bree) that you meet earlier in the series and initially think you can't possibly like and cracks her open to reveal a woman you definitely find yourself liking and even similarities to your own self. The artistic imagery was fantastic and made me wish I could paint and as always the inclusion of Maori traditions was seamless and natural. I truly enjoyed reading this book, I read the entire story in two sittings. Tracey has the ability to take you away to another place with her story telling. The warmth and happiness of her characters flows out of the story and touches the reader. Yes, I was gifted with an ARC copy of the book in exchange for my honest review but I had already pre-ordered the book prior to this so was prepared to pay for my own copy.
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    4 STARS!!

    This was another moving, eye-opening and fun romance in the Due South series. I was really curious as to how the story with Harley Komeke would play out. He came across as an arrogant player (although dedicated brother) in Playing For Fun (Ford's story.) I wasn't worried, though, when left to the consistent hands of Tracey Alvarez. It didn't take much for me to love Harley's brooding artist persona. I won't say much of the story line, because there are some surprising twists that are best discovered as you read along. Let's just say there were some "What?!" and some "That's crazy!" moments and I enjoyed every minute. After a couple of big reveals and Harley's realization of love, some fun begins trying to convince Bree of his determined life long commitment. I truly enjoyed how the story played out. I was thoroughly surprised, excited and entertained. My only reason for not giving this book 5 stars is my connection to Bree. As much of a fan of Harley's I was, I was not won over by Bree. This is definitely a personal flaw of my own, because I never really like the uptight, overly organized character traits of which Bree is described. She has her "let loose" moments and I do appreciate her love and commitment to her family, as well as Harley. Although, Harley has to work hard to win her over. Overall, this was another win for Tracey Alvarez. Going in, you know you are going to get a developed and well thought out story that is interconnected to previous books in the series by the relationships with the friends on Oban. Also, Drawing Me In has one of the sweetest and most heartwarming epilogues. If you enjoyed the previous book, this one is a must, especially to get to know Harley. He's now one of my favorite book heroes. I was gifted an ARC from the author in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
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    Impossible to put down!

    "I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinion expressed here is my own." Don't begin reading this book until you've got lots of time because you'll find it difficult to put down! This is the 7th book in the Due South series - Harley and Bree's reunion story. "Drawing Me In" is the perfect title, as Tracey Alvarez draws the reader in to the lives of the residents of Oban, New Zealand, so that you feel that you really know them and they seem real. There were a few surprises and plot twists, and Ms Alvarez does a great job of integrating the Maori culture throughout the book. Harley and Bree have loads of chemistry and I found myself laughing and crying and feeling the angst right along with them. The integration of all of the secondary characters right from the beginning gives you a sense of familiarity with Oban and its residents if you've read some of the other books in the series and if not, will make you want to read their stories too.
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    HUGE plot twist!!!

    This the Due South series book 7 and it's about Harley Komeke and Bree Findlow. Harley, a painter and twin to Ford, is back in Oban to see if he can find his muse. Bree runs the local gallery. Bree and Harley have a secret past and whenever they're within a certain distance from each other, they're always drawn together...in the bedroom. Sometimes there are consequences to those actions! Awesome story! It's written so well and in such detail so that you're never lost. I couldn't put it down. The story line and characters are very well developed. This might be my favorite in the series. I never read the blurb before reading this book. I knew without a doubt that I would read any book written by this author. I was NOT disappointed. "Think Magic Mike, but with authentic power tools, work boots and tool belts. Ben, West and Ford were stripped to their shorts..." Yes! There were a few of those ultra sexy men wearing tool belts, lots of strong-willed beautiful women, secrets and many eye-opening moments. There's also a HUGE plot twist that was a CRAZY surprise. It was the last thing I ever expected! BRAVO Tracey Alvarez for writing another fabulous Due South book. I can't wait for the next one! Received a copy in exchange for an honest review. I was not compensated for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed is my own.
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