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Rory might just be a simple southern boy from St. Antoine’s Parish Louisiana, but he knows what he wants.
He’s been in love with the girl of his dreams, reclusive and mysterious artist Ran Yamane, since junior high school. And now he has the chance to meet her. He’s going to chuck everything and travel 1,500 miles to Anime Expo in Long Beach to tell her, and no one and nothing is going to stand in his way.
Ran Yamane is not a girl, but he gets that a lot. People come to him with teddy bears and chocolates and disappointment by the truckload. He’s trusted fans in the past and been tragically wrong. So when he meets Rory he’s understandably wary, but resigned. What he’s not prepared for is his magnetic attraction to the young man, Rory’s apparent willingness to overlook his gender, and the fact that their lives are both thrown into chaos when his number one fan (and psycho stalker) shows up to get revenge.
★★★★½ “Just like there is something about Rory that wouldn’t allow Yamane to walk away from the straight fan, there is something about Drawn Together that just kept me turning page after page.” — Prism Book Alliance
★★★★ “I loved their relationship and the storybook path of their trials and tribulations. It was like an exquisite fairy tale…with all the yummy parts included. Something about their journey together, their bond and their romance, felt uplifting for both its complications and its purity. It was a uniquely satisfying reading experience…..” — One Good Book Deserves Another
“Not only the two main characters are complex and interesting, the book is also full of funny and various supporting characters, don’t get me start with Rory’s grandparents, or the various police officers, even the evil men have their “positive” side.” — Elisa Rolle
“Z. A .Maxfield has such a way with words and her style is something special. Her characters are always fully developed, i have not met one yet that I questioned what, who or when. The supporting cast range from the sweet old biddy to the psychotic murderess and with all the coming and goings filtering through the book – it worked for me.” — Erotic Horizon