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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.
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.
Awesome story, Another great book by Kathleen Brooks.
Bree Simpson has the job she always wanted. It's her dream job for her family construction company. Bree has learnt that women have to work and fight harder for the jobs they want. She will fight for her job and her family company. The construction industry in Atlanta is any old boys club. She is bullied by this old boys club, they want her current job in Atlanta but she will not give it up without a fight. She starts her fight with Logan Ward the architect on her current building program.
Little did Logan know that Bree was a women. She signs B Simpson and everybody thinks shes a man because its a mans world. Logan rescues a sexy woman from an accident on the building site, little did he know it was B Simpson.
Can Logan helps Bree fight back against the old boys club in Atlanta?
I would recommend this book and any book by Kathleen Brooks.