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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 31, 2017
You Do Something To Me by Bella Andre was the third book in the New York Sullivan series and the seventeenth in the Sullivan series.

Alec Sullivan was the oldest of his siblings. His mother took her life when he was a child and he took over the care for his younger siblings when his dad fell apart and no longer could function as a parent. He had kept himself guarded and protected from love, relationships and reliance on anyone. He ran a successful billion dollar business and was loyal to his siblings. He was happy and content with his life.

Cordelia Langley was the unknown daughter to Gordon Whitley, Alec’s business partner. She was adopted as a baby, had never known her birth parents, was a successful botanist and business owner. She was happiest when she was gardening.

Alec and Cordelia met when Gordon Whitley died unexpectedly from a heart attack and left his portion of the business with all of his assets solely to his daughter, Cordelia. They were attracted from the onset but were conflicted with the circumstances so held each other at Bay and became friends instead, well friends with an occasional benefit.

Cordelia was the soft to Alec’s hard, sweet to his bitter, and optimism to his cynicism. It was an intriguing journey of exploration and reflection leading ultimately to hope and forgiveness. True to form, it was well written and well developed.

You Do Something To Me was a sweet story. It was low on angst but high on awareness and forgiveness. Andre included all of the cousins and kept us in the loop for potential next cousin stories; highlighting the closeness and bonds that we’ve come to love with the Sullivans.

Alec was the third sibling to find his forever love, so that leaves just one, Harry, and I can’t wait!
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