Attraction by Mellie Callahan (Driven World)
A chance encounter leads to an attraction they can’t fight.
Named for the fire station road he was left on as a newborn, Corporate Cares counselor Drew Harbison works with young boys at The House to give them the stable family environment he lacked growing up. But it isn’t just a job while Drew finishes his law degree—after a childhood of troublemaking, it’s a chance for redemption. A chance he is singularly focused on until an encounter with a princess on one of The House’s outings knocks his priorities out of focus.
She may dress up like royalty at the Happiest Place on Earth, but Mila Jelinek is far from it as she struggles to make it in a Tinseltown that has lost its glitter. Mila’s move to Los Angeles to escape the monotony of her small Texas town and step out of her older sister’s shadow by seeking super stardom hasn’t worked out quite the way she thought it would. Her only acting callback has been to bring a princess to life as a character actress. That’s the role she’s performing when a mob of boys and their boyishly charming leader come charging into the park and her life.
Both focused on pursuing their dreams, neither has time for distractions—much less, romantic entanglements. But a frightened little boy, a desperate need for connection, and an undeniable attraction show this family-oriented country girl and family-less city boy that their paths are meant to intertwine.
While their story may have fairy tale beginnings, it will be a fight for a happily ever after.
If you love strong heroines, flawed heroes, and love that heals, then you’ll love this passionate Driven World novel from Mellie Callahan.