Drawn Together by JD Glass

Drawn Together

byJD Glass

Kobo ebook | January 18, 2017

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After an unsatisfactory relationship, graphic novelist Zoe Glenn Edwards is determined to remain single. She is happily married to her work and plans on keeping it that way. Dion Richards is an author, trapped by ugly circumstance in a sham marriage. Her work is her escape.
Both are well respected in their individual fields. Their professional circles overlap. So do their sensibilities. A collaboration draws them into a fantastic working relationship and new friendship. Zoe is highly respectful of Dion’s circumstances, and Dion… she will do anything to keep those she loves safe from the threats hanging over her. What will these two “unavailables” do when they discover they’re unmistakably Drawn Together?

Title:Drawn TogetherFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 18, 2017Publisher:Ylva Verlag e.Kfr.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:395533791X

ISBN - 13:9783955337919

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dark themes eclipse the romance This is my first time reading this author and their skill with words is clear. I had assumed the book would be a romance and found instead that the small portion devoted to that in the story was the lightest in terms of content. The relationship/collaboration between Dion and Zoe made for wonderful reading; their enthusiasm for the other’s work and occasional fangirling for the other was infectious as their creative work together developed along with their friendship in real life/offline. Contrasted with that were the darker, sinister, even insidious goings on around them that made for difficult reading because of their nature. I felt uneasy reading some passages, unease that stayed with me long after I’d put the book down for the day. I was tempted more than once to put the book down for good, and if not for my commitment to reading and reviewing this book for the publisher, I would have stopped reading it long before reaching the end. This book is not light hearted fare or beach reading; if this were fan fiction, several chapters would have been preceded by trigger warnings of one kind or another (specifying beyond that would involve posting spoilers to the story which I will not do). The greater shock though stemmed from the fact that some repeated details were left unexplained and some conflicts unresolved or resolved in an unsatisfactory way by the end. I found myself at the end of the book asking ‘but what about…?’ frequently with characters no longer mentioned or outcomes – all given much time and attention earlier in the book – all but forgotten near the end. For me that overshadowed those parts of the story that did resolve in some way and so overall the book left me disappointed. The author is a skilled writer and if the storylines of her other books had different less disturbing subject matter along with a tighter plot structure and resolution I might consider reading them in the future.
Date published: 2018-03-04