Books by Jennifer Probst

B-
A Brand New Ending

Ophelia Bishop was a lovestruck teenage girl when she and Kyle Kimpton chased their dreams to Hollywood. Kyle’s dreams came true. Ophelia’s did not. When Kyle chose his career over their relationship, Ophelia returned home to rural New York to run the family’s B & B—wiser, and more guard ...

B-
The Start of Something Good

The Start of Something Good is the tale of Mia and Ethan, opposites and enemies-on-first-sight who fall into a beautiful something after getting to know one another. Mia is a PR exec in charge of the campaign for the future mayor of New York City, while Ethan is a former Special Forces officer, come ...

B
Everywhere and Every Way

Although I struggled to get into Everywhere and Every Way, I am glad I didn’t give up on it. The story is romantic and sexy, and I really enjoyed the characters. I am already looking forward to reading the rest of the story. I have been a fan of Jennifer Probst since The Marriage Bargain was fi ...

C
Searching for Beautiful

Usually, a book that keeps me up to read more of it scores at least in the B range. Unfortunately, so many things were wrong with Searching for Beautiful that I was mostly reading faster to try to get it over with. I was excited for a friends-to-lovers story and intrigued by the runaway bride openin ...

B+
Searching for Perfect

I’ve always had a thing for nerds. I think it comes from growing up around them. My father, for instance, apparently spent most of his years at school with his nose buried in a book, stumbling over his words every time he had to remove himself and speak to members of the opposite sex. Thus it was ...

B+
Searching for Someday

Jennifer Probst is a hidden gem in the romance genre. I really would like more people to know about her because I think she delivers a satisfying read every time. Searching for Someday kicks off a new series that is kind of a spinoff of Probst’s previous Marriage to a Billionaire books. The ...

B
The Marriage Merger

Fans of Probst’s Marriage to a Billionaire books will find The Marriage Merger to be a fitting new (and possibly last) addition to the series. Although this book breaks no new ground, it provides a fun enough read that will satisfy readers of the Probst’s earlier works who have been hungrily a ...