Gabe Maxfield has sacrificed a lot for the family business, but the latest fire he's asked to put out may be too hot for him to handle. Middle brother Gabe Maxfield has always been the dutiful son, working hard for his father's construction business. He has no time for a personal life, and with Duncan Enterprises in trouble, he's under more pressure than ever. An environmental group is targeting them and it's up to Gabe to intervene. Making matters worse, the woman at the head of the protest is his brother's radical yet captivating ex-girlfriend.
After growing up in a family of stuffed shirts, Daisy Levine rebelled against corporate America, and now she's set her sights on Duncan Enterprises. But when her ex's clean-cut brother is sent in to negotiate, Daisy's willing to make a deal. Gabe has a month to prove they've gone green, or she'll go public with their lousy environmental record. And since he's willing to please her, Daisy figures it can't hurt to teach him to loosen up a little along the way. It doesn't take long for them to realize they'll have to meet in the middle to get what they want. They may come from opposite extremes, but if straitlaced Gabe and hot-headed Daisy can look beyond their differences, they just may strike the perfect balance.
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The stories that are well-written, have a good plot-line, great characters, some over-whelming emotions, suspense, and romance, This series is very fun to listen to.. So on with book 3.
The second book is as good as the first
There's so much tension and misunderstandings and confusion between the characters that you never know what's going to happen next.
When we see Gabe in a pair of jeans, OMG makes me wish there was a visual to go with it, but in my imagination...
What do you do when the woman you're falling for is your brothers ex-girlfriend? So much room for misunderstandings and false steps!
Connor Brown did a good job with the narration, the character voices were good, but always consistent and sometimes it was hard to tell who was speaking. He has a nice voice and the pacing was good.
The story is excellent, it picks up a bit after the first story and carries forward the challenging relationships between the Maxfield brothers and their father, I can't wait for the next part.
Note: This book was provided free by the author/narrator/publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.