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All The Way
     

All The Way

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by Jennifer Probst, Coleen Marlo (Narrated by)
 

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Miranda Storme never expected to see Gavin Luciano again. Three years ago, they had an intense affair—and then he bolted. Now he's back, and Miranda has the pleasure of a little payback: a scathing review of his restaurant. Revenge is a dish best served the first chance you get.

With three months to make his family's struggling Italian restaurant

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Miranda Storme never expected to see Gavin Luciano again. Three years ago, they had an intense affair—and then he bolted. Now he's back, and Miranda has the pleasure of a little payback: a scathing review of his restaurant. Revenge is a dish best served the first chance you get.

With three months to make his family's struggling Italian restaurant successful, a bad review is Gavin's worst nightmare. But this isn't just about the meal. He's finally realized what he left behind and is determined to spend the next eight weeks proving himself to Miranda in the kitchen . . . and in the bedroom! This is one dish she won't be able to refuse.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Audio
09/02/2013
When Gavin Luciano left New York City three years ago to make his fortune, he left not only his family’s traditional Italian restaurant, but a broken-hearted Miranda Storme as well. His family asks him to return to rescue the failing restaurant, which he does by using both his money and his persuasive business skills. Miranda is now a popular food critic, and when she finds Gavin waiting tables, she can’t resist feeling vengeful and gives the restaurant a poor review. Narrator Coleen Marlo offers up a pleasant, entertaining reading. She creates voices that are well suited to the book’s characters, young and old, male and female. And while her Miranda may be a little too breathy, her Gavin comes across as deep, competent, and sexy. An Entangled: Indulgence e-book. (Apr.)
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"Narrator Coleen Marlo offers up a pleasant, entertaining reading." —Publishers Weekly Audio Review

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452663166
Publisher:
Tantor Media, Inc.
Publication date:
04/29/2013
Edition description:
MP3 - Unabridged CD
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.60(d)

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Meet the Author

Jennifer Probst is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of several books, including Heart of Steel, the Steele Brothers series, and the Marriage to a Billionaire series.

AudioFile Earphones Award winner Coleen Marlo has earned numerous Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Awards and won an Audie Award for her narration of Snakewoman of Little Egypt by Robert Hellenga.

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All the Way 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 67 reviews.
Allyson0 More than 1 year ago
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!
rn-writes More than 1 year ago
All The Way, the newest installment of Jennifer Probst's must reads, will not disappoint the reader who wants warmth, humor, steamy sexual tension with smoking love scenes, and real life characters that you love at first sight, including the hero's family. You can never go wrong with a story from Ms. Probst.
shannschoice More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## I enjoyed reading this book. With 167 pages it was a perfect afternoon read. The chatacters were interesting and developed fully. The hero was sure he wanted the heroine this time around without doubts but struggled with his professional decisions. In most second chance stories the heroine seems to forgive much too easily for my taste, so I loved how in this story she made sure the hero knew how much hurt he caused. Several times in fact. And I love how he wanted to prove that he could be trusted this time. Worth your time and money.
MichelleP1 More than 1 year ago
Loved this story!  I enjoyed the family scenes as much as the romance. I couldn't help but fall in love with them all. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As always the story was great, funny , hot sex and a happy ending. Love this author cannot wait for her next book in the billionare series
RRPNC More than 1 year ago
Great Story!! Recommend Very Highly!!!
sharonc06 More than 1 year ago
All the Way is a great book! I love the way Jennifer Probst writes! From the begin of the story your aware that Miranda and Gavin have past. Miranda was heartbroken by Gavin. Gavin knows he made a mistake all that time ago. I love watching Miranda and Gavin build back the their relationship! I enjoyed reading how Miranda learns the Gavin is not the same person as he was berfore. I love the Gavin wants to show Miranda who he is now! Gavin has a sweet and caring side. Miranda is not the same either senstive person she was. It is wonderful to see that two people can find love their way. I love the way Jennifer writes the story and the way it unfolds! I love how Jennifer used Frank Sintra lines in her story. Truly a great read
booknerd81 More than 1 year ago
Couldn't Put it down! Jennifer had done it again! This is a beutiful book that will hook you from the first page and won't let you go until the last. If you are a lover of good food, amazing characters and a heart warming love story don't hesitate to buy this book. You will not be sorry.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed seeing how this story played out. Miranda runs into her former lover Gavin. Gavin is the one who left her in the past. Now he wants her back. She tries to fight those old feelings. He doesn't seem to give up so easily. Food is also mentioned a lot in the story and would make me hungry for the meals described! Another great story Jennifer!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another amazing book from Jennifer Probst, could NOT put it down!! writing is amazing, you'll fall in love with Gavin & Miranda. Buy it now!! Thank you Ms.Probst for another amazing book and making my Monday so much better, YOU ROCK!!!
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by: Rachel Book provided by: the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Italians? Restaurants? GAVIN? Oh. My. I’m a huge fan of Jennifer Probst. I feel like she brings a really unique feel to every book she writes. This book, does not disappoint in the least. In fact, once I got through the first two chapters, I was well on my way to believing this was the best book she’s written yet. Miranda is a control freak food critique. Of course, it shouldn’t have surprised her that the very restaurant she walks into is the one owned by her ex, Gavin. He’s supposed to be working for corporate America! Not waiting tables! She soon discovers he’s helping his family out for a few months–and that he’s never forgotten about her. But Miranda has way too much pride to go crawling back to the man who broke her heart. Years ago she gave him a part of her and he sent her an email, breaking things off! She leaves in a fury and writes a terrible review for the restaurant, making Gavin and his family furious, hurt, and stressed. What follows is a very romantic story about Gavin and Miranda, and how Gavin teaches Miranda how to let go, and most importantly how to trust again. There are quite a few twists and turns in this book, ones I didn’t see coming, which I really appreciated. I always felt like I was kept on my toes and I never lost focus or got bored. I LOVED Gavin’s character. His sexuality and masculinity literally flew off the pages. He had such a good heart and really did want to make things right with Miranda. Miranda kind of drove me crazy. I wanted to shake her sometimes. I mean Gavin had only given her one reason not to trust her and it was years ago. But she eventually redeemed herself, and you learn why she is the way she is. The ending was tied up quite nicely and I found myself happily sighing once I was finished. Minor swearing and a few sex scenes.
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I usually enjoy JP books but this one just wasn't very good. I did not like Miranda at all. She was silly and vindictive. Gavin was a better character but wasn't great. The book was written as if it was just thrown together in about a week. Very disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this new series. I enjoy Native American history & excited to see how the vampire legend & indian relate to each other. Looking forward to Hunter's story & his upcoming 12 tests.
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pilsilver30 More than 1 year ago
it was a very fine read - I enjoyed the characters but wanted to see more of a dominant side of Gavin. Otherwise, it was good.
ljtljtljt More than 1 year ago
Good Book! 4.5 Stars I am a huge fan of all books authored by Jennifer Probst. Her writing is fun, realistic and sincere. All the Way is no exception, it is a well-paced steamy romance that I could not put down. Sexy Miranda Storme is a very successful New York City food critic. Her reviews are honest, fair and have the power to make or break a restaurant. The day she was sharing a meal with her good friend Andy, she runs into her gorgeous ex-boyfriend, Gavin Luciano, the love of her life that left her three years ago by way of an email. Gavin has returned to help manage and fix Mia Casa, his family's restaurant, which happens to be where Miranda is having lunch. Revenge is sweet as Miranda decides to review Mia Casa, and unfortunately for Gavin, the truthfulness of her review may put an end to his family's business. In spite of the negative review, Miranda and Gavin find time to reach out to each other and communicate. Little by little they rip each others emotional barriers down and fall in love all over again. However, the journey to true love and ultimate forgiveness is difficult and painful. Luckily, they are able to find it once again. I highly recommend All the Way!
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As I read this book I had heartache for the two main characters. The twist and turns and the stubboness they both possessed, you didn't know how it would end. I am happy with the ending and as always Jennifer Probst wrote a wonderful story!
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