Book Review - Everything Changes (Creek Canyon Book 3) by Catherine Bybee -- Read and listen for free with Kindle Unlimited!
A woman proving herself in a man’s world finds love in the suspenseful and emotional conclusion to the Creek Canyon series from New York Times bestselling author Catherine Bybee.
As the only female civil engineer in her department, Grace Hudson needs space from men. Her last love interest traumatized her in ways she never saw coming; with that behind her, she is determined to focus on her career. Even so, a little flirting with a handsome stranger over coffee can’t hurt, right?
In their short interaction, Grace dazzles Dameon Locke. But he’s focused on his newest development project and keeping his company afloat after his biggest investor pulled out. So during the planning huddle with the city board, he’s stunned to find the petite spitfire he met at the coffee shop running the show.
Grace can’t ignore Dameon’s charm, but when a disgruntled developer accuses Grace of taking bribes, her world is upended. Worse still, something much more important than her job may be in peril.
With her career in shambles and her life in danger, Grace turns to Dameon…but will she risk putting him in danger too?
There is so much to love about this story. The story starts with a bit of a slow-burn, which I love due to its authentic feel. Insta-love can be nice, but it rarely feels like something that happens to regular people. As characters go, both Grace and Dameon are great characters. Grace is a strong woman who great at what she does but is also still dealing with the misogyny and limitations that still come with being a woman working in a predominantly male profession. I also really enjoyed how playboy Dameon's infatuation with Grace hits him over the head, causing him to start changing and chasing after the girl before the girl gives him a reason to believe he'll be successful. Finally, I love the mystery subplot. There wasn't anything surprising about it, but it blended well with the story and added to the action and overall character development.
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