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11 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

I Loved Jennifer Probst' s Billionaire Series and she did not di

I Loved Jennifer Probst' s Billionaire Series and she did not disappoint with All the Way! I was absolutely hooked from page one and turned page after page because I could not put it down! Miranda and Gavin' s Story was heartwarming as well as Steamy!!! Miranda and Gavi...
I Loved Jennifer Probst' s Billionaire Series and she did not disappoint with All the Way! I was absolutely hooked from page one and turned page after page because I could not put it down! Miranda and Gavin' s Story was heartwarming as well as Steamy!!! Miranda and Gavin dated 3 years before, Gavin left Miranda heartbroken to travel the world and to pursue his career to achieve the Power and the money! Gavin is called back home to save his family's Italian restaurant, Miranda is now a well known restaurant critic! She comes in on a bad night and gives the restaurant a low rating! Not only does that hurt business but also makes Gavin realize he made a mistake! Miranda doesn't trust him and his intentions, Gavin has to prove himself to her, save the restaurant, decide if his job overseas really makes him happy! His company wants him to end his leave early, but he has lots to accomplish! This was truly a touching, heartwarming story, that had me going through so many different emotions! I highly recommend picking up a copy, it is a wonderful read!

posted by Allyson0 on March 7, 2013

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The last place Miranda Stowe expected to find Gavin Luciano was

The last place Miranda Stowe expected to find Gavin Luciano was in the middle of Mia Casa while she she having dinner with her best friend.  Seeing Gavin brought up all the ugly memories of how he left and what she had to deal with afterwards.  She uses her job as a foo...
The last place Miranda Stowe expected to find Gavin Luciano was in the middle of Mia Casa while she she having dinner with her best friend.  Seeing Gavin brought up all the ugly memories of how he left and what she had to deal with afterwards.  She uses her job as a food critic to get her ultimate revenge, but she learns that Gavin isn't going to give up that easily.




Three years ago, Gavin abruptly left Miranda for a job in Europe.  Temporarily home to help save his family's restaurant from bankruptcy, Gavin also planned on finding a way to apologize to Miranda and prove to her she meant more to him than just a brief affair.  But Gavin has his work cut out for him, because Miranda is not the same woman he left behind and this one isn't going to let him off that easy.




This was a cute story, but I wasn't really in love with the characters the way I wanted to be.  Miranda was just a bit too cold (and down right nasty when she ran into her arch nemesis in restaurants) to make me want Gavin to fight for her.  I understood why she was that way, but it was just too much of a change from how she used to be.  




Then there was Gavin.  Sometimes he was just a little too wishy washy for me.  He wanted to help his family, yet he was ready to flee in a matter of weeks.  He wanted to win Miranda back, yet he was leaving for China in a few weeks.  With all his contemplations in India and his realization that he loved Miranda, he didn't come to the conclusion that he wanted to be back in New York?




I enjoyed the foodie part of the story and LOVED Gavin's father and his gang of old croonies.  I love how Gavin's dad quoted Sinatra and how he and his friends would fight over the rat pack.  They were charming and brought back memories of my childhood growing up with my Italian grandfather playing Dean and Frank.

posted by shannschoice on March 6, 2013

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  • Posted March 29, 2013

    This is a must read!!!

    Since I read The Marriage Bargain, I've been hooked on Jennifer Probst's work. This book is no different.

    Alpha hero--check, sassy heroine--check, good food--check, adorable family--check, and last (but definitely not least) great sec scenes--double check. All The Way will leave you satisfied and asking for more (in a good way). Would love to see this book as the first of a series. Ms. Probst delivers another great read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2013

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    Jennifer Probst does it again!! She is my new favorite author, coming out with new stories every few months. I think her character, Miranda is my favorite so far. She is strong, yet vulnerable and not afraid to show it. The relationship between Miranda and Gavin is hot and intense at times. But mostly fun and you can't help but hope they'll end up together.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2013

    another get book by Jennifer Probst!

    I loved this book! Just like every other book by her. You won't be disappointed.

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