Angy’s Review: Somehow, Some Way by Jennifer Probst

Posted June 7, 2017 by angypotter in Blog Tour, Book Reviews, Collage / 0 Comments

Angy’s Review: Somehow, Some Way by Jennifer ProbstSomehow, Some Way by Jennifer Probst
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Published by Evil Eye Concepts on May 30th 2017
Genres: Romance
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Bolivar Randy Heart (aka Brady) knows exactly what he wants next in life: the perfect wife. Raised in a strict traditional family household, he seeks a woman who is sweet, conservative, and eager to settle down. With his well-known protective and dominant streak, he needs a woman to offer him balance in a world where he relishes control.

Too bad the newly hired, gorgeous, rehab addict is blasting through all his preconceptions and wrecking his ideals…one nail at a time…

Charlotte Flowers knows who she is and refuses to apologize. Growing up poor made her appreciate the simple things in life, and her new job at Pierce Brothers Construction is perfect to help her carve out a career in renovating houses. When an opportunity to transform a dilapidated house in a dangerous neighborhood pops up, she goes in full throttle. Unfortunately, she’s forced to work with the firm’s sexy architect who’s driving her crazy with his archaic views on women.

Too bad he’s beginning to tempt her to take a chance on more than just work…one stroke at a time…

Somehow, some way, they need to work together to renovate a house without killing each other…or surrendering to the white-hot chemistry knocking at the front door.

We received this book/audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect our opinion of the book or the content of our review.

Book Review: 5 Stars

Somehow, Some Way is a hate/love story. Charlie and Brady work together but they can’t stand each other. They are complete opposites, like white and black, water and oil, or day and night. Brady’s methodic, organized and conservative—in every aspect of his life. While Charlie is creative, spontaneous, carefree and positive. Charlie started an independent project to renovate a house on her own, but once the Pierce brothers knew about it, they asked Brady to help her—more like to be her babysitter because said house was in a not-so-good area of the city, and they felt like they needed to take care of her—, so Brady didn’t have other option but to help her. And the fun begun. There were disagreements, sexual tension, heated arguments, and finally all that animosity shifted to something amazing.  

I can’t decide who I love the most. Both Charlie and Brady were amazing, smart, funny, and once their wall were down, they were very romantic, and even though they were having a sexy affair, their professional relationship remained true, I mean, they kept arguing and disagreeing with each other, with the difference they could turn that sexual tension and frustration into something steamy and pleasurable for both of them. I was so happy they could find a middle ground about their expectations in relationships, and finally be happy together.

With every book I read by Jennifer Probst, I fall more in love with her writing, her characters and her stories. They are passionate, romantic, sexy, different and super entertaining. Plus, her books have the perfect amount of drama, which is very important for me.

Overall, Somehow, Some Way is 200% recommendable. It can be read as standalone, but if you wanna enjoy more the secondary characters, I suggest you read Everywhere and Every Way, Caleb and Morgan’s story, Any Time and Any Place, Dalton and Raven’s story and get ready to fall in love with Tristan and Sidney in All or Nothing at All, that will be published in July 25th.




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