Final Proposal (SIN #3) by K. Bromberg
Narrated by Rose Dioro and Jason Clarke
Book 3 in a 3-book Series, does not have to be read in order
Fordham’s book, Final Proposal, is the 3rd and final book of the S.I.N. Series, about three gorgeous triplets who run a hotel empire together after their father passes. This book stands alone very well, I don’t think you have to read the first two first.
Ford is the middle son, the dependable, easygoing son who holds it all together. That is, until their father’s biography is released and while there are stories of his brothers in it, Ford is barely mentioned. He is devastated that his father thought so little of him, and mad that his brothers don’t get why he feels that way. He stalks off for a drive in the Hamptons while a tropical storm ends up closing the roads and he takes refuge in a small inn’s bar.
Ellery ends up stranded in that same bar and she and Ford spend the night bonding over shared interests and germy Chex mix. Ford dozes off and when he wakes up, Ellery is gone, but he can’t get that little Inn and it’s potential out of his mind.
Ellery inherited her mother’s half of her step-family’s construction business, and she was determined to prove herself to her asshole stepbrothers. She also couldn’t get that little inn out of her mind. After a few twists and surprises, Ford and Ellery meet again and decide to become partners to renovate the inn they were stranded at.
“Desire. Need. Want. Greed. The four battled within me in those split seconds. Fuck decorum. Screw our partnership. The things that were going through my head were anything but partnership-amiable.”
You can guess what happens next, right? Well that was my only real issue with Final Proposal. It was just too predictable from the first page. I enjoyed getting to know the characters and their motivations, but there was nothing particularly memorable to me.
- Kristy Bromberg knows how to tell a story and make it hard to put down.
- I loved finally seeing Ford find his happiness.
- The other brothers appearances.
- I loved the meet-cute.
- They both needed to prove themselves to their families.
- Final Proposal reminded me a lot of Last Resort which reminded me of another book I read recently. There was nothing that made this one stand out.
- Very predictable.
You can never go wrong with Jason Clarke and Rose Dioro did a great job as “Celery Ellery”. I think the narration made the story even better.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 4 Stars, 4 Flames, 5 Narration
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