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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about vight problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Enticed by Ginger Voight. Rachel Dennehy had a crazy thought.
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If she could just start over somewhere else, she could forget about all the ghosts that chased her. When an email landed in her inbox, to tutor a difficult student whose father just happened to be a prominent businessman, the apple was a bit too enticing for Rachel to refuse.
She moves to Beverly Hills, where she is tasked with turning a Rachel Dennehy had a crazy thought. That Drew Fullerton is one of the handsomest and most eligible bachelors in the world means nothing to Rachel. Unfortunately the more he tries to warn her away from Drew, the closer he ultimately propels her toward her charming boss. Rachel stays solely to protect young Jonathan, trapping her into this sticky web despite her own history of loss and betrayal.
How long will she last? More importantly, what will she be required to give to save these Fullerton men who continually tug her in three different directions? Paperbackpages. Fullerton Family Saga 1. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Enticedplease sign up. Is this a standalone or does it end in a cliffhanger? See 1 question about Enticed….
Lists with This Book. Rachel, still being haunted by her painful past, received an email from a prominent businessman Andrew Fullerton, to tutor his troubled son, Jonathan. Seeing this as an opportunity to change her life, a break she desperately needed… she took the job. She is definitely one of my favourite female character in a book! Jonathan Fullerton is the sweetest, loveable, unspoiled, most innocently and confused and most hurt beautiful boy who dealt with his parents ugly divorce and is still dealing with their much uglier custody battle.
My heart goes out for him! What I love most about this book is the bond between Rachel and Jonathan, how Rachel protects, love and teaches Jonathan about life. You will hate and love the Fullerton brothers.
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Viight is intense, edgy, emotional and full of surprises! Review also posted here: This book left me a speechless, emotional, heartbroken, blubbering mess!! View all 4 comments. Jan 19, Kelly ‘Perusing Princesses blog’ rated it really liked it. I loved vooght fact that the main focus here is a child, one who has captured my heart entirely. Twisted family feuds, love gone wrong and a broken boy left behind – the only salvation comes in a public school teacher as she accepts Read and Reviewed for Perusing Princesses Blog Web: Twisted family feuds, love gone wrong and a broken boy left behind – the only salvation comes in a public school teacher as she accepts the offer of a lifetime, only to be encompassed in the drama of a corporate family falling apart.
This story will keep you drilled to the page voigth the very final chapter. Yes, please heed the advice on the synopsis and proceed with caution, because trust me when I say, this book is an emotional read that will trigger those nurturing instincts! This story focuses mainly on Jonathan, a nine-year-old little boy who is another fallen victim to the woes of a messy divorce.
Rachel Dennehy is a public school teacher with a tragic past. Only three years ago her world ground to a halt when she lost the light of her life. With the help of her best friend, Nancy, she gradually regained her footing and continued her career as a teacher in a run-of-the-mill public school. However, upon arrival, the boy in question is far from what she expected and it soon becomes clear that there is more to the Fullerton family than meets the eye.
It tells a story of two Brothers at war, a messy divorce and child custody battles.
But one thing remains, her nurturing love for Jonathan shines through, as she stops at nothing to protect her student — this lost little boy, from further damage that this escalating dispute has caused.
I started this book one evening, quite late… and the next thing I knew the birds are chirping merrily and I had only a few hours left before I had to get ready for work. Yes, this is all-nighter material! What is it about adorable kids and sexy Fathers? When you fall in love with one, the other comes with the package, right?
Only, Drew Fullerton is unpredictable and highly complex, but hot damn, he is the embodiment of professional suited and booted alpha, and I just wanted to take a bite. His arrogance appealed to me greatly, but the effort to connect more to his child when Rachel raises a few home truths are what really made this book for me.
That is until things get turned on their head He knows how to throw a spanner in the works and I really despised him for a while, but like anything, Ginger Voight is a master at rug-pulling – you know the one… where she pulls it out from beneath your feet and knocks you flat on your plump derriere?
Gifted I tell you!! I loved this story. I loved the premise. I loved the pace. And, I loved this kid! Voibht is a love story, but not in the traditional sense because ladies, the kid comes first!
Daddy and his Brother, well… let’s just say they are a complicated added bonus. Feels like my heart twisted much. I’m trying so much not to shed a tear but I’m predicting a triangle in the next book.
I need to gather my wits before starting book 2. This is too much! Jun 18, Siobhan rated it liked it. I cannot say no to freebies. Second, we have the cover. I know you should never judge a book by the cover, but this one was so pretty. Despite this, I did want to enjoy this one.
I could not tell you what in particular bugged me, but throughout the first two chapters my entjced had a running commentary upon all the negativity I already felt towards gingre. As the book progressed, I came to enjoy her a bit more — but I never really came to enjoy her all that much.
In fact, I never really enjoyed any of the characters. It seems to be the done thing nowadays, to create dislikeable characters. I cannot place my finger on what was the exact problem, but I never really came to like any of them.
They all felt like too much. Whilst these views play in with the ending, I feel as though I was not supposed to have such negative views towards everyone from the start. Moving on, though, before I start to rant too much about this one aspect. The story itself was okay.
In all honesty, had it not been for the ending, I would have considered it overly boring. There was some fun to be giinger, but I have gingerr much better in other romance books. The ending was a great joy, though. Still, even though it was a quick and easy read, I feel as though I enticer myself through it. Jan 28, Reanell Tisdale rated it it was amazing Shelves: Every once in awhile you come across a book that speaks to you on level like no other.
Enticed is one of those books for me. I loved everything word in this book. Ginger Voight captured my attention with her Groupie Trilogy so I jumped at the chance to read her new series. I love her writing!! I don’t want to go to work today because I want the rest of the books right now!! This book is full of heartache, vooght, and the effects of divorce on a young boy who has had to grow up too fast to be the buffer for his parents.
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Rachel is a school teacher who is offered boat loads of money to tutor him exclusively. She gets a weekend visit to determine if she could help the child. From the 1st moment she met Jonathan, they had a connection. There was no way she was saying no to this job offer.
So she packed up her belongings and moved in with Jonathan and his father Drew.