Author: Jennifer Probst

Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

Posted June 2, 2016 by Kate in Blog Tour, Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Everywhere and Every Way by Jennifer Probst

I love people who start off in a book at odds with one another, and in this book, these two people were totally at odds with one another. But another great element of the book our heroes family life, and man oh man is Cal’s family life complicated. And can I just say how much I loved the whole home building and decorating aspect of this book, I am one of those people who is totally addicted to HGTV so let’s just say this theme was right up my alley. So our hero, Cal, starts off in a bad spot. His dad dies right when the book starts, and that means bring his estranged brothers back home to bury their father. They all have a seriously strained relationship with their father, so I don’t think any of them were surprised when they found out their dad changed the will to make sure that the boys run the company together and LIVE together for a year, or the million dollar company will just dissolve. Cal is determined to make sure that their family company survives their father’s last ploy to mess with them. Only that means dealing with all the drama that had been keeping the brothers apart. And there is a lot of drama going on. I liked Cal, you could tell he was a good guy who was just trying to do the business that he loves and hold things together. I don’t know if he dealt with his […]

Searching for Always by Jennifer Probst

Posted July 1, 2015 by Kate in Blog Tour, Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Searching for Always by Jennifer Probst

I have to say I was looking forward to this book quite a bit because I really loved the previous book with Gen and Wolfe. And honestly that book really was a great set up for Arilyn and Stone, you could tell that the two of them had some serious chemistry going on between them, if only they could get past the fast that they seem to annoy each other by simply breathing. Needless to say I was totally looking forward to their story. So Arilyn is coming out of a bad relationship when this book starts, and it’s kind of a sad situation. I mean she had been with this guy for like ever, but never called him by name to his friend, and she never introduced him to anyone, she was basically a mistress except he wasn’t married. I can’t imagine what that would do to someone, being shoved aside and hidden like that. I really wanted her to find happiness with someone who wasn’t afraid to put the two of them out there. You can tell early on in the book that she is really just a good person, and anyone who rescues dogs is good in my book (after all that’s how I ended up with my six dogs). But that’s not saying that she doesn’t have traits that kind of annoy me, she’s a little to hippie for me with the chakras and vegan agenda and crystals and all that. Sorry just not my thing. […]