The Winslow Brothers Series, Book 2
Published July 7th 2015
Proposing to Preston is the second of four books about the Philadelphia-based, wildly-handsome Winslow brothers who are all on the look-out for love.
(Except Brooks… he’s probably sailing around the world with Skye by now. And Cameron, who’s having too much fun sparring with Margaret. And Christopher, who’s only on the look-out for a congressional seat and absolutely. nothing. else.)
Preston Winslow has a heart as open as the sky and room in his life for someone special. When he falls in love with Broadway actress, Elise Klassan, he holds nothing back.
Elise, who has made tremendous sacrifices to forward her career, is swept off her feet by handsome, charming Preston…but the stage has been her first love for so many years, she doesn’t know if there’s room for Preston in her life. When the day comes that she must choose between her ambition and her heart, she profoundly hurts the one man who could have made her happy.
Two years later, Elise has become a world-famous actress and Preston is a very successful lawyer. But fame has not equaled happiness for Elise, and Preston is much too bitter and cynical to ever consider falling in love again.
Is it possible that the only person who can mend Preston’s heart is the one who originally broke it? Only if Elise can figure out a way to make him believe in love all over again.
Preston is a man after my own heart. A true romantic. So kind, caring and giving, when his status in life could have made him a very different person.
Elise is still learning what the outside world is. Talented beyond the stars, yet naïve and unsure. Even in her selfishness, she longed for something she didn’t realize she had until she pushed it away and tried to gain it back.
I had a total love/hate/love relationship with Proposing to Preston. I loved Preston and Elise’s meeting. All the little romantic gestures. Holding hands, walking her home and flowers. That was just the beginning of what became a total upturn of emotions. Heartache, pain and what could be considered betrayal. Totally didn’t see that one coming. On the drop of a dime Preston and Elise were spiraling in two different directions. Throwing this reader for one hell of a loop. I believe I wanted to stop reading for a few. I didn’t. As I continued, it just prove I was so right about Preston.
An enjoyable read that will pull the heart strings in many, many ways.
A complementary of this title was provided for an honest review.