Built for Power : Women of Power

  • by Kathleen Brooks
  • Narrated by Amy McFadden
  • Series: Women of Power
  • 7 hrs and 6 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Bree Simpson has her dream job at the family company. However, recent events have turned that dream into a nightmare. Bree has learned to tolerate a lot as one of the few women in an executive position in the construction industry. But when the normal bullying tactics turn aggressive and threaten her project in Atlanta, Bree decides to go on the offensive.
Convinced an architect is out to destroy her project, Bree decides it's time to give Logan Ward a piece of her mind. Despite being thousands of miles away in London, successful architect Logan Ward finds himself on the receiving end of "B. Simpson's" angry messages from across the pond. Deciding to handle B. Simpson's demands himself, Logan heads to Atlanta only to discover things are not what they seem, starting with the sexy woman he rescues after an accident on the job site.
Only time will tell if a case of mistaken identity can turn hate into love - but time may not be a luxury they can afford. Can Logan and Bree discover their real selves and true love in time, or will everything be torn down around them?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Another super book

Kathleen Brooks does it again!! I barely paused this book. I love her character development and the messes Bree get into and out of, some on her own but mostly with the help of family and Logan (the perfect man, that can truly replace no man!!). I think this book is one of her best.
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- Indydog

disappointing after an interesting preview

I really like Kathleen Brooks, and own many volumes of the two Blue Grass series. I enjoy this family overall and was disappointed in the daughter who served as main character in this book. She wasn't decisive enough for the career field and position she's supposedly in.

I don't think Ms. Brooks had a real life role model from which to build this character in a believable way, and/or she's not doing enough research when she departs from small town Americana POV (the kind used in the Blue Grass books). It's been obvious for some time which person is going to end up with the brother, so the character build up for book four that one gets in this book is unnecessary to read.

I was disappointed enough in books two and three that at this time I've never purchased the fourth book to see how it ends.
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- Music Lover

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-24-2015
  • Publisher: Laurens Publishing