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  • I fell in love.

    I have really enjoyed getting to know the Pierce Brothers. Smart, creative, complicated are the skills they know best, but underneath all drama, hurt and secrets lies a really strong family. Cal, Dalton and Tristan love each other, they just express it differently. Isn't that what family is all about? Making what should be the most simple of tasks, anything but. Sydney and Tristan should be experts at that. Their love was a long time coming but ended all too soon. Or did It? Can they rebuild the trust they lost and the love they let slip way? Through the wounded pride and long withheld secrets, for me the most priceless of moments were the interactions between Becca and Tristan. Watching them go from wary strangers to building a tentative connection was such a sweet sight to behold. I fell in love.

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  • All or Nothing at All by Jennifer Probst

    Another fantastic book by Jennifer Probst that I couldn't put down until I'd finished it. ALL OF NOTHING AT ALL tugged at my heartstrings and I just had to read on until I knew Tristan and Sydney had worked everything out between them. It was touch and go throughout the book. Just when it looked like they'd found their happiness something happened to change everything again. All or Nothing at All is the third and final book in the Billionaire Builders series. In my opinion, she saved the best for last. Ms Probst not only finally gives the last Pierce brother his happily ever after, she wraps up the stories for the other two brothers, Caleb and Dalton. She puts a pretty bow on the three brothers tumultuous relationship too. They had a really rocky start, but have not only worked out their differences, they're closer than ever. Sydney's little daughter, Becca, gets honorable mention for being a ray of sunshine and laughter whenever she graced the pages. This book has it all. Laughs, great dialogue, characters you'll love, plenty of angst, some heartwrenching and some heartwarming moments, and steamy, emotional sex scenes. Like I said. I could not put it down! 4.5 stars ~Complimentary copy downloaded from NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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  • A great end to a series

    4 star Review All Or Nothing (Billionaire Builders #3) by Jennifer Probst The third book in a great series and I have been looking forward to reading this story. All Or Nothing is a second chance at love story for Tristan Pierce and Sydney Green. Tristan was young when he left Sydney to head to New York, even though he wanted her to go with him she couldn't bare to leave her family and friends, a fact Tristan resented. This book explores the history of their relationship and how the past impacts the future. When secrets and lies are exposed will they be able to forgive each other or will the past come back to haunt them and ruin their future together? This book at times was an emotional roller coaster, the angst and tears were palpable as was the hope for the future. To be totally honest, at times I really thought Tristan was an arrogant jerk and wanted to smack him across the head, whilst being slightly frustrated with Sydney for not standing up for herself more. I was pleased to see that as they got older both of them came into their own, particularly Sydney. Of course the other brothers and their significant others were woven through All Or Nothing and as always it was great to see them pop up. Although not my favourite book of the series, All Or Nothing was extremely well written, the characters were believable (not perfect) as were the circumstances they found themselves in at times.

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  • It was good

    It kind of dragged through the middle, but tugged at the heart strings near the end.

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  • Love This Second Chance Love Story

    I absolutely loved All or Nothing at All by Jennifer Probst, it is an incredible love story, and is the last book in her Billionaire Builders series. I so enjoyed the book, I think it was my favorite one in the series, but it was especially bittersweet since it was also the last book in the series. Jennifer Probst has once again shown that she is an amazing storyteller. I could not put it down. I loved every page. I really enjoy how the book is told from the perspective of the main characters. I love getting the insight and feelings from the different characters. All or Nothing at All is wonderful love story and is filled with heartbreaking and heartwarming moments. I love the lighter moments where I find myself smiling and laughing out loud and the bittersweet moments that cause me to sigh, say aww to myself with tears filling my eyes. All or Nothing at All is filled with such moments, and with so much emotion. It is filled with all those things that we have come to love and expect in a Jennifer Probst love story, especially the poignant and bittersweet moments that filled this page turner. Who doesn't love hot sexy men, strong females, and loving families who always support one another, they are all such wonderful characters? I love how Jennifer Probst somehow manages to find the "perfect" heroine, who is a strong woman on her own, to balance out the billionaire Pierce brother. My favorite part of the story is how the title of the book is incorporated into the love story with a simple thought by Sydney Greene-Seymour. All or Nothing at All is a second change love story of Tristan Pierce, co-owner of Pierce Brothers Construction with his two brothers and Sydney Greene-Seymour, new promoted CFO of Pierce Brothers Construction and single mother to Becca. Sydney has been in love with Tristan since she was eight-years old. Following his mother, Diane’s death, Tristan decides to head to New York City to make a name for himself in real estate. Tristan wants Sydney to come with her, but Harrington is home for her. I enjoyed all the flash back scenes in the story that helped the reader see the history of their relationship. Since returning to Harrington, following the conditions of his father, Christian’s will, Tristan has been very cold toward both Sydney and Becca. Sydney approaches Cal, Tristan, and Dalton regarding a promotion to CFO, since she has just negotiated a new renovation project with Adam Cushman a real estate developer in NYC. The only brother opposed is Tristan. As they spend more time together working on this project things change between them, and they realize they may have something more. I love how Tristan helps Becca get ready for her recital and the discovery he makes and how his relationship with Becca changes. I love that both Tristan and Sydney were both so vulnerable and that each of them changed because of their love for one another. I love the gut-wrenching heart-to-heart conversations that they each have with one another. I love that their second chance at love did not come easily for them. I loved that All or Nothing at All is a more than just a romance, there are dilemmas that both Sydney and Tristan are facing that need to be resolved. I love that there were multiple storylines: Sydney’s secret about the identity of Becca’s father, Sydney’s feelings for Tristan, the renovation project, but most importantly Sydney and Tristan’s story. I love how all the storylines get so beautifully resolved. A plot twist changes everything for Sydney and Tristan, but a heart-to-heart with Dalton and Caleb helps Tristan plan his future. I love all the descriptions of the Harrington that Jennifer Probst details. My favorite part of the book is the epilogue, I truly love how it goes above and beyond the happily ever after. I especially loved the ending and how Tristan proved to Sydney that he changed. All or Nothing at All is filled with the poignant and bittersweet moments in the story as well as the plot twists, that I have come to love and expect in Jennifer Probst's stories. I love the cast of characters in All or Nothing at All, enjoyed catching up with the other characters in the series. Who doesn’t love family and friends that always have each other’s backs? I thoroughly enjoyed All or Nothing at All, who doesn’t love a second chance love story.

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