Friday, September 12, 2014

EXCERPT -- Drawn 2 - Redemption

The Drawn Series

Drawn Series Synopsis:
Drawn:
***Content warning*** it's advised that readers be over 18 years of age before reading this novel due to sexual content and adult situations.

From the best-selling author of the Beautiful Series, comes Drawn, a powerful tale of a relationship that rides the edge of hate and love and everything in between.

Have you ever felt so drawn to someone, that you will put up with anything to be with them? That’s how I feel when I’m around him.

Most of the time, I want to hate him. I want to stay as far away from him as possible. He’s so cocky, and arrogant. And he gets in the way and tells me what to do. He’s all things that I normally detest in a man. But, when we’re alone… I can’t even think for myself – the pull is that intense.

I know I should run, I know I should stay away. But I can’t. I don’t know if I’m strong enough.

What do you do when you just can’t stay away? Even when you know you should…


Drawn 2-Redeption

Choose your hero wisely.

Have you ever wanted the power to decide who the heroine of a story will ultimately end up with?

Now is your chance with Drawn 2 where you have a choice of TWO sequels in which the characters follow TWO different paths to lead them to your chosen 'happily ever after'. This is not two stories told from different points of view. This is not an alternate ending - it's an entirely separate path that readers who choose to read both sequels will appreciate the 'sliding door' moments that set our characters off in a different direction.

Different choices. Different fates.

You hold the power You get to choose - Damien... or Aaron.

In Drawn, we met Etta and watched as her obsessive relationship with Damien sent both of them into world of darkness and self-destruction. We also met Aaron, the constant in Etta's life - the man who was willing to do anything it took to keep her safe.

Two Men. One woman. A decision that will change everything...

That decision is yours...

Three years have passed since Damien lost Etta. His obsessive and irrational behavior drove her away and destroyed his life.

For three years he has languished in prison. Every day he had but one thought - Etta. She is the holder of his soul and he can't see a life without her in it.

When he is finally released and tracks her down, he is faced with something he didn't expect. His daughter, and Aaron.

Damien needs to redeem himself in the eyes of the woman he loves. He needs to prove to her that he is the kind of man she can build a life with - even if that means telling her all of his secrets and possibly ruining everything for good.

In Drawn - Redemption, we follow Etta, Damien and Aaron. They will walk the path you set them on when you make the choice to support DAMIEN. To support Aaron, you will need to read Drawn – Obsession.


Drawn 2- Obsession

Choose your hero wisely.

Have you ever wanted the power to decide who the heroine of a story will ultimately end up with?

Now is your chance with Drawn 2, where you have the choice of TWO sequels in which the characters follow TWO different paths to lead them to your chosen 'happily ever after'.

This is not two stories told from different points of view. This is not an alternate ending - it's an entirely separate path that readers who choose to read both sequels will appreciate the 'sliding door' moments that set our characters off in different directions.

Different choices. Different fates.

You hold the power You get to choose - Aaron... or Damien.

In Drawn, we met Etta and watched as her obsessive relationship with Damien sent both of them into world of darkness and self-destruction. We also met Aaron, the constant in Etta's life - the man who was willing to do anything it took to keep her safe.

Two Men. One woman. A decision that will change everything...

That decision is yours...

Three years have passed since Aaron rescued Etta from Damien. In that time, things have changed, and they have made a life together.

When Damien returns, demanding what he feels is rightfully his, Aaron will have to stand his ground or risk losing everything he holds dear.

Their love, trust and commitment will all be put to the test in this tale of fighting for those you hold dear - even if the consequences could be catastrophic.

In Drawn - Obsession, we follow Etta, Aaron and Damien. They will walk the path you set them on when you make the choice to support AARON. To support Damien, you will need to read Drawn – Redemption.

Excerpt from Drawn 2 – Redemption (Damien’s path)

Etta

“Do you normally work today?”
“No. I’m trying to finish my degree. By correspondence. I use the time to work on that.”
“You haven’t finished already?” he asks quizzically.
I shake my head. “No. You and I kind of messed up my last year with our shenanigans,” I say in a half attempt at a joke.
“Our ‘shenanigans’,” he repeats with a smile as he glances at me. “Is that what it was?”
My stomach does a backwards, sideways triple tuck, followed by a cartwheel and a whole other host of gymnastics maneuvers I haven’t the slightest idea how to name. Maybe this is a bad idea.
“Listen, I probably don’t have time for this. Maybe we should do it some other time,” I say quickly, stopping and turning the other way.
“Henrietta,” he calls from behind me.
“I’m sorry, Damien,” I call over my shoulder as I step onto the road, trying to get away from him before I fall prey to this thing between us again. I don’t feel as though I have an ounce of control around him. All this time apart has been for naught.
The moment my foot connects with the asphalt of the road, my upper arm is grabbed, and I’m jerked backward, just as a car’s horn blares. My body swings, and I’m slammed right into Damien’s hard chest. Right, smack in the middle of his desire field.
I can’t breathe. I look up at him, my body shaking beneath his grasp. “You promised you wouldn’t touch me,” I whisper, my hands laying flat against his chest as my fingertips curl into his skin as if I’m gripping him.
“You could have been killed,” he murmurs, and all I can do is nod. We stand there, staring at each other on the side of the road for god only knows how long. There is no sound besides our breathing. Nothing. It’s as if we’re in a bubble.
I don’t even realise we’re moving closer until our lips meet and that familiar flood of desire floods my body and captures my breath. My hands slide up around his neck and I press myself into him as our mouths move together, reacquainting themselves with each other. My head spins and my body reacts.
Then all of a sudden, my mind turns the sound back on and I realise what I’m doing and pull away. “I need to go.”
I turn around and seeing that the road is clear this time, I cross the street. When I reach the other side, I look back at Damien who is standing there watching me. From the look on his face he’s as messed up over that kiss as I am.
“I’m sorry,” I yell out to him before I turn around and run back home, crying the entire time.


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Drawn Amazon
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Drawn 2- Redemption Amazon
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Drawn 2-Obsession Amazon
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Lilliana Anderson Bio:
Bestselling Author of the Drawn Series, the Beautiful Series, and the Confidante Trilogy, Lilliana has always loved to read and write, considering it the best form of escapism that the world has to offer.
Australian born and bred, she writes New Adult Romance revolving around her authentically Aussie characters as well as a biographical trilogy based on an ex-Sydney sex worker, named Angelien.
Lilliana feels that the world should see Australia for more than just it's outback and tries to show characters in more of a city setting.
When she isn't writing, she wears the hat of 'wife and mother' to her husband and four children.
Before Lilliana turned to writing, she worked in a variety of industries and studied humanities and communications before transferring to commerce/law at university.
Originally from Sydney's Western suburbs, she currently lives a fairly quiet life in suburban Melbourne.


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