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- Listening Length: 9 hours and 45 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Katharine Regnery
- Audible.com Release Date: November 17, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017C26SRM
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Proposing to Preston: The Blueberry Lane Series -The Winslow Brothers #2 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Part II takes place two years later when they are afforded another chance. Elise is offered a role that would be filmed in Haverford Park where Preston’s family is from. This time instead of using that drive and determination to become a world famous actress, Elise uses it to win back Preston’s love. She’s prepared to be met with a hostile bitter Preston but she fought through his defenses and never gave up. In New York, Preston was the one fighting for them, now Elise is the one who must do the fighting.
Katy’s writing style grabs you and takes you on the journey with her characters. You are right there with them through the highs and the lows. Nervously anticipating their happily ever after. Do yourself a favor and read this book. You won’t regret it.
I felt so bad for Preston that I actually sobbed. I was mad at Elise and wanted to shake her until she realized what she was giving up. It just wasn't right, but then she figured that out on her own even though it was a bit to late. Preston became a broken man, but his love for Elise never faded away for even one second.
Two years later Elise has become a world-famous Hollywood actress, but she is not happy. She has a chance to make things right between the two of them, but is it already to late? Has he moved on with someone else?
Katy Regnery is such a gifted writer. She makes you feel every single emotion her characters go through. I can't seem to get enough of her stories, and every one of them that I've read so far---15 of them so far and still counting---are absolutely fantastic.
Preston, through injury, has missed out on his dream to row in the Olympics, and is now an up-and-coming lawyer who gets dragged along to the theatre by the current woman in his life. She sleeps, and he is captivated by the exquisite Elise, a wonderful actress in a truly bad play. Elise is raised in the mennonite community and her family does not support her dream to act. In realising that dream, she is lonely and is totally swept away when Preston is enamored with her. At the same time, she is noticed by a well-known casting director and told to audition for an iconic part in a play on broadway - her dream.
Preston is part of the successful and all-achieving Winslow family, and having failed at achieving Olympic success as his brother Brooks (Book 1) had, is going to succeed in his career and his love for Elise. Elise is young, innocent and unsure how to slow down the force that is Preston, while at the same time playing the dream part that she attained on Broadway. They marry. Preston is sure and Elise is not, and she panics. At the first hurdle, where Preston expects her to up sticks and go with him to the city where he is practising law, she dumps and runs, especially when she has been offered a movie part in another part of the world. Fast forward two years and a broken Preston has moved back home closer to family, no-one knowing what he has been through save one brother. Elsewhere, a successful and more mature Elise laments her impetuous decision.
While this second chance romance does not have insidious characters committing grievous crimes upon our beloved characters, this book has amazing chemistry and depth of love in the face of ultimate hurt that makes it impossible to put down. This is typical of Katy's books. As I finish each story I think it's the best one yet, but she continues to outdo herself.