Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Review: Searching for Someday by Jennifer Probst

Kate has given up on love—at least for herself. She is both blessed and cursed with the ability to sense a romantic connection between two people—a gift that her family passed down for generations. When Kate launches her own matchmaking company, Kinnection, with her two best friends in a cozy New York town, she has to put aside her own romantic disasters to make her business a success.

But when a furious man stalks into her office and accuses her business of being a scam, Kate is given the ultimate challenge to prove herself. Slade puts himself in her hands and asks Kate to find him love. Enraged at his arrogance but stubbornly eager to prove herself, Kate agrees, dedicating herself to the journey of finding him love...only to find herself falling for him along the way.

My Review:

Jennifer Probst has created another killer series if book one is any indication.  A big fan of hers already, from her sexy Steele brothers, to her billionaire marriages, Searching for Someday brings back many of our favorites from the marriage series.  I was so happy to see our famous spell book at work again, along with a little help from the touch of another kind of magic.  You get the bonus of never having to let go of some of the characters you fell in love with, because this is definitely a spin-off.

I'm not afraid to admit I cried several times during this book.  Some instances hit really close to home.  But the serious parts of the book get chased away by the sprinkling of humor peppered throughout.  The one thing I love about Jennifer's writing is the fact that it is so clear that she writes from the heart.   The emotions are so prevalent throughout the book that it is nearly impossible to put it down.  I enjoyed Kate's character so much.  She literally picked herself up so many times with a variety of obstacles to overcome and rose above everything.

Robert was also a very special character in this book.  He was literally the bonding mechanism between Kate and Slade.  He added that special touch to the story and gave it that extra sparkle, especially his little chapter at the end.  This book will melt your heart in so many ways, but it leaves you with a strong sense of hope and belief in love.  Jennifer is beyond a master in her craft of love tales.  I would recommend any of her books to those of us looking to fall in love with being in love, all over again.  Hats off to you Mrs. Probst for another enchanting realistic fairy-tale!!


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