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Here Comes Trouble-Joyfully Recommended Read
on August 24, 2006
Max Taylor is heading for Trouble. Trouble, Pennsylvania that is. Max's eccentric grandfather, Mortimer, just bought the town and Max is laying low because a scandalous book is about to be published that contains details of his sexual conquests. He intends to stop the book from being published before it ruins him. Max has been a bit of a womanizer in the past but he is reforming his ways.
Sabrina Cavanaugh works as a junior editor for Liberty Books. Sabrina is in Trouble, Pennsylvania, undercover, attempting to prove that Max is indeed a womanizer. When Sabrina first gets to Trouble, she meets a man that throws her libido into overdrive. Little does she know this man is Max. Max is shocked by the beauty standing before him, but he needs to stay away from women until this mess with the book is sorted out.
Sabrina's younger sister Allie is pregnant. Peter Prescott is the father of the baby; he is also Sabrina's ex boyfriend and the bane of both hers and Allie's existence. Along with that, someone is trying to run Mortimer out of town, trying to discover where the town's stolen money is. During it all, Sabrina and Max are falling hard for each other. They still hold secrets though. When the truth comes out, Sabrina is worried about how Max will take it, but Max has worries of his own.
Here Comes Trouble is fantastic! Max is to die for and Sabrina is a sweetheart; they are perfect for each other. Ms. Kelly's flawless wit, the side-splitting antics of the towns people, the sultry passion between Max and Sabrina and each endearing character make Here Comes Trouble an unbelievably entertaining story. This is my first Leslie Kelly book but definitely not my last! Reading Here Comes Trouble is a perfect way to spend an afternoon!
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