Review Card – So It Goes By Jennifer Probst

The truth? Lonely advertising rep Malia Evergreen is still waiting for a soul mate, marriage, and a family. The lie? Telling every busybody she knows that she’s met someone. Now it’s a matter of finding him. Malia needs a date for a wedding. In a pinch she strikes a bargain with her former client, CEO Palmer Matterson—an arrogant, defiantly single, alpha billionaire whose best quality is insincerity. The perfect fake date.

Palmer has wanted Malia from the first moment he saw her. A challenging, sexy career woman who knows what she wants. It’s just not him. Not yet, anyway. This is Palmer’s chance to win her heart.

As fate throws them together, Malia unravels the layers of the man she thought she knew and, against the odds, finds herself falling in love. Palmer’s falling too. If only they can convince each other what they share…a belief in a happy ever after.

My Favourite Quote

I’m not afraid of you or what you’re about to do. Too many women marry someone they don’t love because they’re desperate to have a family, and it ends up in disaster. When you fall for someone, it will be for the man he is, and you’ll never let him forget.

About the Author

Jennifer lives in the beautiful Hudson Valley in upstate New York. She has traveled to many places but always seem to be drawn back to the mountains. Jennifer graduated with a business degree, worked for Mercy College, and now spend most days dedicated to her family and her characters. After pursuing many career paths such as travel agent, yoga teacher and insurance salesperson, she wanted to be an airline pilot, a dancer, an archaeologist, and a vineyard owner. She has been all of the above through romance novels, and intend to explore many more.

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