Draw Me Close

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St. Martin's Press, Mar 1, 2016 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Lindsey Morales is a beautiful, talented decorator with a popular lifestyle blog. She always knows just how to make things look perfect. But when it comes to her love life, there’s no design trick she can use to cover up the obvious: Her broken heart.

Eight years ago, Derek Walsh just wasn’t ready to choose a long-term relationship over his career. But now that the handsome, hot-shot architect has the chance to see Lindsey again—working with her to renovate an old farmhouse—he will do everything he can to repair the damage of the past. But is he finally ready to build a real future...if Lindsey is willing to take him back?

“Sexy and exciting...this is a book that makes falling in love even more fun.”—RT Book Reviews


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User Review  - jo2son - LibraryThing

The premise of the book sounded interesting. Unfortunately it drowned in the overly detailed descriptions throughout the book. Review based on ARC kindly provided by NetGalley. Read full review

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Michaels (Win Me Over) reunites a couple of college sweethearts in the small Midwestern town of Preston, Mo. Lindsey Morales contributes to the buzzy My Perfect Little Life blog, writing pieces on ... Read full review

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When she's not writing, cooking, breaking up fights, or hanging out with her family, NICOLE MICHAELS is a portrait and wedding photographer. She enjoys writing love stories with happy endings and lives outside of Kansas City with her husband and three sons.

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