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Publisher Description

You can design a perfect life, then a woman comes along and messes it all up!

Prescott Chance is the go-to architect for the wealthy and famous, which has made him more wealthy and famous than he's ever wanted to be. He turns down more commissions than he accepts and is extremely private. Holly Legere is barely making ends meet between rent and student loans. As an assistant to Alistair Rupert, the notoriously difficult industrialist, she works night and day for slave wages, hanging on in hopes of a promised promotion in his huge organization. When Alistair Rupert's wife decides she wants a Prescott Chance designed house, and Prescott turns her down, it's Holly's job to make the choosy architect change his mind. And Holly is a very determined woman. In this modern romantic comedy, she'll go to any lengths to get him to design her boss a house, including pulling in his huge family for support. This is the third book in the Take a Chance series, though the books stand alone.

September 1
Ambleside Publishing
Nancy Weatherley Warren

Customer Reviews

JEP* ,

Blueprint for a kiss

Love this Chance family and their life stories

angie1229 ,

Loved it

This is the first title I have read by this author and I totally loved it! The characters are dynamic and it had the right combination (ratio) of emotional depth to actions. My only issue was on the ebook version I was reading (is it the same everywhere?) that there was no space break between scenes so there was a couple times I had to go back and try to figure out where the scene had changed.
I’ve already downloaded the books that come before this, because I enjoyed it so thoroughly!

1Alannah ,

Winning series

Holly and Prescott's love story had some witty dialogue that added to their love story. Prescott's adoptive parents and siblings love still left left him feeling detached. Holly was able to break down his walls and help him to heal. Prescott showed Holly how to believe in herself. The Chance family series should be an interesting saga.

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