This series has three books, each theoretically a stand-alone story, but best experienced in order and in its entirety.
That said, it isn't just corporate romances, though that is the general setting. This story is about the patriarch of the Maxwell family, Duncan Maxwell, and his second chance at connecting with his three sons. It is about their opportunity to be a family. The three books gently explores the dynamics of sibling relationships. It includes the experiences of being the eldest, the middle and the youngest child. It covers the sometimes turbulent relationship between parent and child. It even incorporates the challenges of fighting for your beliefs, balancing family and work, and risking oneself for the opportunity of something better. It is clear that Leslie North knows how to write books that most readers can relate to on some level.
Despite all these themes, the stories are light and enjoyable. The listener gets to experience the progression of the characters' lives as they address their familial issues and literally mature through the length of the plot. I enjoyed Stephen, Gabe and Nathan's stories and Connor Brown's narration of The Maxwell Brothers' Series.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.