Everywhere and Every Way

Jennifer Probst. S&S/Gallery, $16 trade paper (384p) ISBN 978-1-5011-3124-0
Probst (Searching for You) creates her own spin on HGTV’s Property Brothers with her sensuous contemporary, the first of three romances about three feuding brothers who inherit their father’s luxury contracting business. Caleb Pierce has long been estranged from younger brothers Tristan and Dalton. But when their father dies, he throws the brothers for a loop with the terms of his will: they must work together for a full year and show a profit in order to inherit. In walks Morgan Raines, a home designer working with an A-list celebrity couple—and she’ll stop at nothing to get the Pierce brothers to build that dream house. Sparks fly between Morgan and Caleb after he agrees to do the job, and resentment soon turns to grudging admiration, then deep lust. But it’s not clear whether Morgan and Caleb can successfully mix business with pleasure. Probst tugs at the heartstrings with feisty Morgan, strong and silent Caleb, and an array of appealing supporting characters. Readers will root for Caleb and Morgan’s quest for happily ever after and will eagerly await the next in the series. Agent: Kevan Lyon, Marsal Lyon Literary. (June)
Reviewed on: 03/07/2016
Genre: Fiction
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