Review: All for You by Jennifer Probst


Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Valentine PR.

Might I suggest that you read this book in an air-conditioned room, or at the very least, one with an electric fan aimed solely at you? Because this novella is H-O-T. It may have been almost two years since I last something penned by Jennifer Probst, but I still know all too well how much of a fantastic author she is, especially when it comes to steam. Her newest release may "only" be a quick read, but don't judge this book by quantity, i.e. the number of pages it has, because it's got a good quality story that's actually worth reading.

Originally published as The Tantric Principle, All for You has been updated and contains additional scenes. This is the story of a twenty-eight-year-old advertising executive named Ariel Devlin who uses yoga as a way to help her destress and maintain some balance in her hectic life. Crushing on her yoga teacher is an unexpected distraction, but it's not as if it'll lead to anything. After all, Grant Madison has made it clear he doesn't become involved with his students. But Ariel is a temptation he can't resist, and when she agrees to his suggestion of a secret affair, they both get to give in to their lustful desires. What happens when lust transitions into love and life-changing choices must be made?

This novella was an entertaining read, one that held my attention throughout. I really liked the main characters, both of whom appeared to be exactly what each one needed, giving them that extra push to come to certain realizations. I mentioned earlier this was a super hot book, and I wasn't kidding. If you're like me and you wear glasses, don't be surprised if they do fog up. Jennifer Probst's All for You is a four-starred erotic romance.

Release Date: 21 October 2021

Date Read: 20 October 2021

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