Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Author S. R. Watson is a Texas native who resides in Houston with her husband and four children. She is an operating room . Forbidden Attraction By S.R. Watson – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Does anybody have forbidden attraction by sr watson if anyone does have it, hi andrea do you have the book 2 and 3? forbidden love and unforbidden?.
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Siobhan Gallagher has just started her senior year at the University of Southern California. She has her best friend and her boyfriend of five years by her side.
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As the countdown to graduation begins, her world comes crashing down when her boyfriend confesses that he has cheated on her. Her past has shown that love is volatile, but she had hoped that this time would be different.
Siobhan becomes a cynic — doubting the existence of love. She vows to never give her heart to another. In walks Professor Michaels. He is a sexy billionaire playboy who limits his encounters to one night, maybe two.
His jaded past and multitude of secrets shapes his aversion to love and relationships. He makes no promises of forever. Offers torbidden apologies for his preference for variety.
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When he first meets Siobhan, the attraction is mutually instantaneous. He knows she is supposed to be off limits, but he has never denied himself of something he wanted. Siobhan and Professor Michaels share the same sardonic outlook on love. What happens when these two paths cross?
Forbidden Attraction (Forbidden Trilogy) by S.R. Watson
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