Millions of readers/listeners have fallen in love with the San Francisco and Seattle Sullivans. Now get ready to fall head over heels for the New York Sullivans!
World-renowned artist Drake Sullivan doesn't paint women. Ever. Not when he knows all too well just how destructive painter/muse relationships can be. But on the day Rosa Bouchard walks onto the cliffs outside his Montauk cottage, Drake is so captivated that he can't stop himself from bringing her to life on canvas.
Shocked and horrified by the nude photos of her that have just hit the Internet, reality TV star Rosa's every instinct is to run from her Miami home and hide. After driving all night, she ends up in Montauk, New York, where she doesn't know a soul and plans to lie low until she can figure out how to deal with the media firestorm - and her own mother, who seems all too happy to sell out Rosa's happiness for more fame, more fans, and more money. The very last thing Rosa expects is to find, and to fall for, a sinfully sexy man like Drake Sullivan.
Drake has never felt this way about anything he's painted...and he's definitely never felt this way about a woman. When they kiss, everything but sweet, breathless desire melts away. But can he convince Rosa to trust - and to love - again after such a devastating betrayal?
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This series keeps getting better! I love the Sullivan's. The narrator is a good choice for this series as well. I can't wait for the next.
Mom, and caregiver. Variety in my music and book libraries. I love a good romance or mystery. In order to be worth my time and money
Another chance to dive into the world of the Sullivans. One of my favorite families the Sullivans and their lives are full of adventure, love and hope. Definitely a story to pick up. I love how the lovers are often from very different worlds and yet when they come together the world fades to the point where they can deal with anything together. Always a chance to spend some time with a love story where it isn't just they got together and fell in love. Like a real family they have their ups and downs but together they can do it all!
This book is a 5 star! I love how it dealt with insecurities, grief, self blame. Yet it showed the softer side of how a tight knit family and friends can help loved ones to overcome some of those issues. It showed us no one is perfect despite what we look like on the outside. IT'S TRULY AMAZING WHAT TRUE LOVE CAN DO....IT CAN UNLEASH FEELINGS YOU THOUGHT WERE BURIED! IT CAN LET YOU LOVE AGAIN!!!!😉
Title: Now That I've Found You
Author: Bella Andre
Publisher: Oak Press, LLC
Series: New York Sullivans, Book #1 Audible
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
"Now That I've Found You" by Bella Andre
This novel was right up there with all the other Sullivan novels by this author...and this one "Now That I've Found You was simply excellent! And yes, I have read them all. Truly Drake Sullivan [sexy and intense] and Rosa Bouchard [sweet and passionate] were definitely meant for each other ...a 'Reality TV Star and a Artist.' But getting there will not be a easy ride with each of these two characters who had some flaws to get over. This was a beautifully well written story of just how that will happen. Not wanting to spoil anything but only to say you must pick up the well written story and listen or read it for yourself. The setting where this story takes place is simply beautiful....in the 'Montauk and the Adirondacks.' The characters..Drake, Rosa, with the New York Sullivans [Suzanne, Harry, Alex and William] were simply well developed, defined and oh so believable giving the reader one interesting read. Now, we Sullivan fans will be waiting for the next novel about another NY Sullivan series.
Don't get me wrong, I love Bella Andre! I have listen to absolutely every single one of her books and I've loved every minute of it. I love the story of all the Sullivans, in San Francisco and Seattle and have waited patiently to listen to the new Sullivans. But I have to admit after listening to this one, although I enjoyed it, it just seemed a little flat. We seem to have spent more time having sex then really developing the story it seems a little trite. It had potential but it's like she needed to get the book done versus really developing the story.
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