For almost five years, Alex has had one obsession. Her name is Elynn.
Alex Hanas couldn't believe that after so many years as a widower, his father was getting remarried. To make matters worse, the American gold digger had a kid—a daughter named Elynn. After months of avoiding it, Alex goes to brunch with every intention of giving his father's new family the deep freeze. But he can't pull it off with Elynn's anxious green-grey eyes locked on him.
That was the day his life changed.
Four years later, Alex is as close to Elynn as a stepbrother can be. But that's not enough for him. He wants more...and he's done waiting.
Making Her His is a complete stand-alone novel of 68,000+ words.
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I've been thinking about this review for awhile. Letting it simmer, if you will. Making Her His wasn't what I expected, but was also refreshing and didn't feel like a lot of other books on the market.
Alex and Elynn, while step-siblings, don't meet until Elynn is seventeen so there is nothing really taboo about their relationship. Lucy Leroux does a great job giving us background and development on the characters before they consider becoming romantically involved. And that wasn't an easy thing for Elynn to come to terms with.
This is the first book in a new series, and I can't wait for what comes next. The supporting characters are as intriguing as the main characters and while Lucy Leroux is a new to me author, I am glad I took a chance and can't wait to see what she has coming next.
I recommend Making Her His if you like a good romance, with just enough drama to keep you turning the pages. The drama doesn't seemed contrived for the storyline, rather a natural progression of their relationship. I hope you take a chance and check this one out! If you do, let me know what you think!