January 4, 2016
January 4, 2016
In Book Three of the Billionaire Brotherhood, Ryan Eastham appears to have it all—fame, fortune, and legendary good looks—but injury has ended his high-profile professional football career and he’s at loose ends. After years of living, breathing, and training for football, he’s searching for something meaningful to do with his future. He expects nothing but boredom from the on-air sports announcer job he’s been offered, and his so-called love life is more tabloid fiction than fact.
Due to the shattering betrayal of her late husband, Jenna McCall is wary of men and their meaningless promises. Isolating herself from friends and family while she reexamines her goals and dreams, her one year old daughter is her sole focus. Ryan’s unscheduled intrusion into her life leaves her irritated, edgy, and a little intrigued.
Family commitments throw this pair together as reluctant companions on a cross-country drive from Massachusetts to Missouri. Despite a wrong turn, stolen car, and fussy baby, they find unexpected pleasure in one another’s company. Amid wedding chaos and intense family drama in St. Louis, they each proceed with plans to start new careers in different parts of the country, but their attraction continues to build. When it’s time to say good-bye, Ryan challenges Jenna to remake their lives and plan a future together instead.
The WhyIt was a story about redemption and second chances. It was sweet and lovable. This is the third book in the Billionaire Brotherhood trilogy, but I didn't feel like something missing that I had to read the first two.
CharactersRyan: His high-profile football career has come to an abrupt stop, because of an injury. So he doesn't know what he is going to do. Football was his life and he doesn't have any inkling of what he wants to do. He is known for being a player and Mr. No Commitment to his friends. So it's a surprise when he is thrown together with Jenna and actually starts to have feelings for her and going on a road trip was not in the plan. Ryan was sweet and patience with her and persistence which helped change her view on men.
Jenna: She has just come from a devastating marriage that has left her a widow. Since the death of her husband she has isolated herself from her family and friends. So when her dad's wedding approaches he wants her to visit. But because of her fear of heights she and Ryan drive cross country to Missouri along with Elly, her young child. Jenna was a force to be reckoned with especially dealing with Ryan, but Ryan was sweet to her and made her perspective change on Ryan.
I would love to know about the other guys in the Billionaire Brotherhood. I felt like there should have been more of an ending for Ryan. I mean I would have love an epilogue or something.
Final Rating: 4/5 Sweet Keys
*E-copy provided by the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review via Netgalley.
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