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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Jennifer Probst
Released: January 24th 2017
Series: Billionaire Builders #2
Published by Gallery Books
“Not my favorite, but overall, Anytime, Any Place was a satisfying read. I’m hoping the next installment will wow me the way Probst books usually does.”
~ Under the Covers
Being the youngest brother of the Pierce family, Dalton Pierce has a lot to prove. He was never taken serious and they treated him like a child. But since his mom’s tragic accident, he’s made a name for himself outside of his home town. Now that he and his brothers are trying to save the family business he has his work cut out for him.
Following his dreams and passion in woodwork restoration, Dalton decided to take a job to restore the cabinetry of a local bar. What he didn’t expect is to fall for the owner. To make matters worse, she has a secret that is connected to the death of his mother.
It doesn’t make any sense why Raven’s father planned to leave her to be with some woman she has never heard of. Who is she and why would they leave?. This question has haunted Raven for years. But now, she gets a chance to find out the reason. Unfortunately, the only way is through the sons of the woman he left with. Getting to know them might be the only way to discover what truly happened.
I knew Raven’s tactics aka plans had disaster written all over it. But despite her wacky plan, I liked how independent she is and she handled herself when issues came her way. She certainly proved herself worthy in the end.
It was a rough start reading this book. I didn’t like the idea that Dalton‘s mom had a relationship with Raven’s dad and they themselves end up falling for each other. It was hard not to think that they could’ve been stepsiblings. But when I put that fact aside, I was able to enjoy the story. I thought Dalton and Raven were a sweet couple and their love story was an enjoyable read. I appreciate Probst’s attention to detail when it came to Dalton’s job. It felt like I was watching a Home Improvement show. I love Dalton’s honesty to what he wants from a relationship and most of all, is how he pursued Raven. It t was quite romantic.
Not my favorite, but overall, Anytime, Any Place was a satisfying read. I’m hoping the next installment will wow me the way Probst books usually does.
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