Save the Best for Last by Jennifer Probst is now live!
They’re the best of enemies—both in need of a change—thrown together by a challenging twist of fate in a warm and witty romance by New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Probst. Tessa Harper, makeover queen of a self-care media empire, loves a challenge. But when she’s forced to satisfy her female readership’s growing interest in sports, Tessa reluctantly seeks out Ford Maddox. The popular sportscaster, annoying friend of her bestie, and long-time sparring partner agrees to strike a deal. He’ll give Tessa his expertise if she’ll give him hers. Namely a makeover to help him get past the friend zone with the woman of his dreams. Ford has always considered Tessa to be nothing more than a pampered elitist. But if she can turn his rough style and attitude into boyfriend material it’s worth the aggravation. The plan is working. The problem is, Ford’s also starting to see Tessa in a new light. And there’s more to the complicated woman than meets the eye. Ford is falling hard. But is he ready to give up his ideal love to take a chance on an opinionated, independent spitfire who’s turning his life—and his heart—upside down?
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Narrated by: Lynn Wright & Alastair Haynesbridge
Jennifer Probst wrote her first book at twelve years old. She bound it in a folder, read it to her classmates, and hasn’t stopped writing since. She holds a masters in English Literature and lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley in upstate New York. Her family keeps her active, stressed, joyous, and sad her house will never be truly clean. Her passions include horse racing, Scrabble, rescue dogs, Italian food, and wine—not necessarily in that order.
She is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of sexy and erotic contemporary romance. She was thrilled her book, The Marriage Bargain, spent 26 weeks on the New York Times. Her work has been translated in over a dozen countries, sold over a million copies, and was dubbed a “romance phenom” by Kirkus Reviews. She is also a proud three-time RITA finalist.
She loves hearing from readers. Visit her website for updates on new releases and her street team at www.jenniferprobst.com.
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Pinterest: http://bit.ly/32O8Hn4My Review: **** 3.5 Stars Save the Best for Last is the final book in the Twist of Fate series by Jennifer Probst. The Twist of Fate series follows three best friends, Chiara, Malia, and Tessa. Meant to Be is Chiara Kennedy So it Goes is Malia Evergreen Save the Best for Last is Tessa Harper Tessa is the Director of Beauty and Fashion for Quench. She drives a bright yellow Alpha Romeo 4C Spyder and is a meddler. Tessa’s specialty is matchmaking and meddling in relationships, bringing two lonely people together or showing a woman how to get the man she wants. She has a beautiful big heart but is sometimes misguided by her thoughtfulness and wanting everyone to have someone special in their lives. Since they’re all friends and work together, they know each other very well, so much so that friends of friends know each other well and are often thrown into each other’s company. It’s no surprise that Ford Maddox, best friend of Sebastian Ryder, Chiara Kennedy’s husband. Chiara and Sebastian have a daughter. Veronica. Malia and Tessa are the godmothers, while Ford is the godfather for Ronnie. Ford and Tessa have a frienemies relationship. While babysitting one night, Ford and Tessa find themselves trying to care for a teething Veronica, and that is when they notice that the other isn’t at all what they perceive. They devise a plan to help each other out, and that is when the enemies turn into lovers. This book feels like it was a formula or scripted; actually, the whole series has felt that way. While I’m a massive fan of Jennifer Probst, this series doesn’t appear to be the best. I’m not sure if that is because of Montlake, but I know she is much more capable of writing excellent stories.