Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Book Review: Nothing But Trouble by Trish Jensen

Nothing But Trouble A terrific contemporary, romantic comedy

Nothing But Trouble by Trish Jensen

Reading Level: Adult Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 26, 2013
Publisher: Bell Bridge Books
Pages: 150 pages
Source: Net Galley
Reviewed By: Kate McMurry

Laura Tanner, a Southern gal transplanted to New York City where she owns a bar, has been burned by love and has no interest in romance. Then a gorgeous man named Brandon Prince shows up in her bar the same night her psychic friend predicts Laura's "prince" will arrive and sweep her off her feet. But as much as they are instantly attracted to each other, Laura is not the only one with major commitment issues. On top of that, as far as Laura is concerned, the extreme wealth of Brandon's family makes his world so far from hers, they might as well be from different planets.

Laura is a feisty, independent heroine, and Brandon is smart, handsome and very, very sexy. Underneath all that, he has a strong streak of kindness and empathy, and his determined pursuit of Laura is full of deep emotion as well as witty repartee and comic situations.

Disclaimer: I received a Kindle review copy of this book through NetGalley.

I rate this book as follows:

Heroine: 4

Hero: 4

Romantic Comedy Plot: 4

Writing: 4

Overall: 4

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