Thursday, June 2, 2016

Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

 
 
About Jennifer Probst

Jennifer Probst wrote her first book at twelve years old. She bound it in a folder, read it to her classmates, and hasn’t stopped writing since. She took a short hiatus to get married, get pregnant, buy a house, get pregnant again, pursue a master’s in English Literature, and rescue two shelter dogs. Now she is writing again.

She makes her home in Upstate New York with the whole crew. Her sons keep her active, stressed, joyous, and sad her house will never be truly clean.
She is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of sexy and erotic contemporary romance. She was thrilled her book, The Marriage Bargain, was ranked #6 on Amazon's Best Books for 2012. She loves hearing from readers. Visit her website for updates on new releases and her street team at www.jenniferprobst.com.

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Review by Suze
 
Caleb Pierce and his brothers Tristan and Dalton inherit their family company. Caleb has always been working hard to secure his place at his father's construction business. His brothers moved away and they haven't been in touch for years. He's the one who stayed, but now Tristan and Dalton are back and they have to work together or there will be no share of the company for any of them. There are demands and one of them is that they need to make a profit within a year. For that they have to do a big project. Luxury home designer Morgan is asking them to build a house for her rich Hollywood clients at the exact right time.
 
Caleb is intrigued by the strong business woman. Morgan can stand her ground and she doesn't mind getting her hands dirty, she works with them on the job and is there every step of the way. She might be tough on the outside, but he knows there's something on the inside that he hasn't seen yet. He's determined to find out everything he can about her. Morgan doesn't want to date someone she works with, but the attraction between them is too strong. Will it be safe to give in to it or would it be wiser for Morgan to stay away from Caleb?
 
The Pierce brothers constantly fight with each other. There's a lot of tension while the brothers are all good guys who want the best for one another. It was interesting to see the developments in their relationship. Caleb is the eldest and he's responsible, headstrong and protective. When he wants something he doesn't give up. I liked that about him. He's grumpy in a good way and that makes him incredibly sweet. Morgan is a fierce woman who's passionate about her job. She never gives herself to someone completely, but Caleb tries to break the walls she's built around herself. There's a lot of chemistry between them and they are amazing together.
 
Jennifer Probst has chosen a fascinating family to write about. I instantly liked the Pierce brothers. Their company is interesting, they create beautiful places and they are all talented in their own way. I love how Jennifer Probst makes homes from all of the houses she describes, which made me feel right at home in this series. Every detail is exactly right and the author makes real people from her characters. It's obvious that Jennifer Probst has paid attention to every little part of the story, which makes it really great. Even the dogs have distinct traits. Caleb has two amazing pets, they are absolutely adorable and I fell in love with them straight away.
 
The main characters of Everywhere and Every Way all have a history and there's depth in their personalities. Reading about them sometimes made me sad, but it also often put a smile on my face. The story is heartwarming, endearing and romantic, while it's sexy at the same time. I instantly loved this series and can't wait to read more.


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1 comment:

  1. I wouldn't have guessed that this book was about brothers! Don't like the cover. Bare feet gross me out unless they're little babies!
    Dianna

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