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.
About the Book
A 2015 FINALIST IN THE READERS’ FAVORITE CONTEST!
“I think Leroux did an incredible job of making the characters in Making Her His real and relatable, which is difficult when you write a story centered on billionaires. After all, not many of us can relate to having that kind of money, or the problems that come with it. But Leroux was able to pull it off. Instead of focusing on the money, she was able to draw the reader’s attention to the characters’ relationships, weaving in just enough sexual angst and suspense to keep the reader hooked until the very end.”
“Making Her His by Lucy Leroux is a story of Love, acceptance, faith and courage. When I first read the synopsis, I thought that this would be another typical romance book, with a powerful man and a woman who needs protection. To a certain extent, this was true. However, as the story progresses, Elynn becomes emotionally and physically stronger. While she needed protection towards the beginning of the book, she could protect herself by the end of it. Further, while Alex was a dominating and stubborn man in the beginning, he learnt to respect others’ wishes and choices by the end. The CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT in the book was AMAZING and was a TRULY REFRESHING CHANGE.
Unlike most romance books that I have read, this book has no cheating or break-up, and has very little drama. It is a sweet story of how their relationship forms and progresses, and how they deal with the obstacles that come their way.
When I read a romance book, I prefer a strong female protagonist and this book certainly DID NOT DISAPPOINT…”
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