Genres: Chick Lit, Contemporary, Romance
Hot on the heels of her beloved Marriage to a Billionaire novels,New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst nails it with the first in an all-new sexy romance series featuring red-hot contractor siblings who give the Property Brothers a run for their money!
Ever the responsible eldest brother, Caleb Pierce started working for his father’s luxury contracting business at a young age, dreaming of one day sitting in the boss’s chair. But his father’s will throws a wrench in his plans by stipulating that Caleb share control of the family business with his two estranged brothers.
Things only get more complicated when demanding high-end home designer Morgan hires Caleb to build her a customized dream house that matches her specifications to a T—or she’ll use her powerful connections to poison the Pierce brothers’ reputation. Not one to ignore a challenge, Caleb vows to get the job done—if only he can stop getting distracted by his new client’s perfect…amenities.
But there’s more to icy Morgan than meets the eye. And Caleb’s not the only one who knows how to use a stud-finder. In fact, Morgan is pretty sure she’s found hers—and he looks quite enticing in a hard hat. As sparks fly between Morgan and Caleb despite his best intentions not to mix business and pleasure, will she finally warm up and help him lay the foundation for everlasting love?
It’s been awhile since I have read a book by Jennifer Probst, but I have always been a fan of her writing. Her stories are the kind that grab you right away and make you not want to put the book down until it’s over.
Being a big HGTV fan, the synopsis for Everywhere and Every Way grabbed me right away-then you throw in three sexy brothers (Caleb, Tristan, and Dalton) and I’m sold!
I liked Caleb right away; he seemed to be the kind of guy that just wanted to do what was best for his family and their business- even if that meant putting his own needs aside most of the time. It did take me awhile to warm up to the female main character Morgan. Maybe that is what the author was aiming for, I don’t know. But she was manipulative and kind of snooty at first, but I ended up liking her more throughout the book.
There was a few times that I felt like the story dragged out a bit and then there was a few situations that were glazed over and I would have liked to seen them get more attention. Overall though, this was an enjoyable book that will not only having you rooting for Caleb and Morgan, but also will have you excited to read more about Tristan and Sydney, as well as Dalton and Raven-which I am guessing with be the next book in the series.