At All (The Adams Brothers Book 3) by Mindy McKinley – Review by Jennifer Gordon

At All (Adams Brothers, #3)At All by Mindy McKinley
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Having read and enjoyed the previous two books in this series about the Adams brothers, I was looking forward to reading this novel and to discovering Sebastian Adams story. Sebastian was the best tenor saxophonist in the country but now he is back home in Chicago teaching private lessons after one to many alcohol fuelled mistakes. Struggling with teaching things become complicated when Maelie Barre moves into the studio next to his. Maelie is a successful and respected violin teacher who has spent her life in her fathers shadow, as he is a world famous violinist. She didn’t have time for men until her new studio neighbour turns out to be a very sexy saxophonist. Even though Seb finds Maelie a bit too uptight and they seem to have constant arguments he can’t deny their chemistry and following a very hot kiss neither can she. However, Maelie is reluctant to upend her quiet life and Seb is supposed to be proving he can go without alcohol and women. I loved Seb and Maelie and their chemistry really came across in the narrative and led to some steamy scenes. As usual the storyline flowed well and the plot had plenty going on to keep me happily turning the pages. I was hooked from page one and felt totally immersed in the story. ‘At All’ can be read as a standalone story but I would recommend reading the other books in the series first to get to know the Adams brothers better.

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