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by Jennifer Probst
Released: May 31st 2016
Series: Billionaire Builders #1
Published by Simon & Schuster Audio
“Every Way and Everywhere has plenty of tension, family drama, and one hell of a sexy love story. I can always count on Probst to provide me a satisfying read.”
~ Under the Covers
Billionaire Builders series by Jennifer Probst will follow the stories of the Pierce Brothers. Each trying to save their family business after being estranged for some years and hoping to find their way to a happy ever after despite the tragedy that killed their mom.
This first installment, Every Way and Everywhere is about Caleb, the oldest Pierce brother. Trying his best to keep the family business afloat, he will need the help from his estranged brothers. Reluctantly, they obliged but the biggest hurdle yet is working with the high-end home designer from LA.
Morgan Rains just got the proposition of her life. It’s not her typical MO to accept such a proposition but how can she resist Caleb Pierce of the Pierce Brothers Builders. This Pierce Brother is strong, good looking and has one hell of a backside, making him good company until she finishes this high-end project. But thinking this arrangement will be short term was a big mistake. Their attraction is way too strong to keep it casual.
I enjoyed Caleb and Morgan’s story. Probst does a good job telling their jaded, career minded, adult lives. Though there was a tiny bit of angst in the story, I found Caleb and Morgan’s story relatable. As with anyone in their 30s, Caleb and Morgan are finding their way in this world. Morgan trying to make her mark on her own merit and Caleb trying to prove that he can manage the business on his own. I love how driven they are in what they do and when they get together, they can be more passionate in what they do. I love the humor and the little banter they had going on. The sexual tension between them was high and I have to admit they are a pretty hot couple.
Overall, Every Way and Everywhere has plenty of tension, family drama, and one hell of a sexy love story. I can always count on Probst to provide me a satisfying read.
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