Dec 10, 2012

REVIEW: Drawn by Marian Tee

 Sort of discovered this author and this book by accident. The cover of this book sorta drew me in, it's so beautiful and after reading the blurb, I knew I had to get it right away because the story line had a uniqueness about it that I haven't read before, the heroine being an an aspiring mangaka and the hero being Japanese. And let me tell you Yuki Himura is sexy as all hell and he knows it!

After Katerina Chariot has a fantasy about the sexy jap in class no less because apparently fantasizing about hot guys helps her draw her smutty scenes better, she moans his name aloud. Does he hear it? You bet he does and he  makes sure she knows it.

Yuki is one smug, arrogant and conceited hero. He's hot and he knows it. All the girls want him but he wants Kat or "senpai" as he calls her which roughly translated means someone who is senior to you. He's not interested in a girlfriend, no Yuki doesn't do relationships. He wants her to be his "toy." Yep! His sexual plaything. Oh and another thing, Yuki doesn't share! At all.

Kat makes it clear that they'll not be doing the deed because her father is a theology professor and she can't betray what that stands for. But she's insanely attracted to Yuki! Who ever thought NOT having sex would be so sexy never read a hero like Yuki Himura.

Lots of sexual tension, ultimately a really cool read filled with headstrong characters and an insanely sexy hero, a greatly talented sometimes funny heroine. It's emotional, angsty, funny and sexy. 

I don't want to give too much away that's why I'm keeping it short. You should definitely give this book and this author a try if you haven't already heard of her.

4/5 stars

And because the cover is so beautiful, I had to blow it up!

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