Review: Proposal For Love
PROPOSAL FOR LOVE - Sharon C. Cooper
Amaris Publishing
BUY
November 2017
Contemporary Romance
REVIEWER:  Brenda Larnell | RATING: A
REVIEW: We are back in Cincinnati, Ohio, home of Jenkins and Sons Construction Company where Nathaniel Jenkins-Moore and his twin brother, Nick, are involved in a partnership with a larger firm that has the potential to take their family business to another level. It’s an opportunity that Nate can’t pass up, but he has no idea that their proposal to LLC Construction will reunite him with college sweetheart, Liberty Stewart, who is known by Nate as Kayla Jackson. Nate is ready to end the partnership with LLC before it gets started if Liberty is going to be the project manager. Why? Well, let’s say that things did not end well for the college sweethearts.

From the beginning of this story, the reader is drawn in because there are so many questions to be answered and gaps to be filled. First, it’s Nate’s hostile reaction to seeing Liberty for the first time since their college break-up. What has Nate so angry? It seems that Liberty walked away from Nate. Now, you will have to read the story to discover why she walked away because her reason answers a lot of the questions and fills in the gaps. In spite of this, the attraction between Nate and Liberty is still there. Their passion for each other is off the charts. The story becomes totally engaging as author Sharon C. Cooper skillfully incorporates serious content that revolves around poverty, abuse, low self-esteem, and low-key stalking.  (You’ll get that when you read the story.)

One of the highlights of this story is being reunited with the Jenkins clan.
Jenkins and Sons Construction Series is a sequel to the Jenkins Family Series that features the women of construction in the Jenkins’ family. Peyton, the master electrician; Toni, the plumber; Martina, master carpenter; Christina, the painter, and their mates and children are all present in this story to offer support to Nate and Liberty. Another highlight is the Epilogue/HEA. I loved the way this story ended.

Allow me to make a proposal. I propose that if you are not familiar with this series or
The Jenkins Family Series, that you get acquainted with this construction family and their stories. In the meantime, I recommend PROPOSAL FOR LOVE. It’s a good read.

1st November 2017 | romcol@caribsurf.com