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Problems in Paradise (Texas Nights Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Length: 249 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"Starring a sexy lawman and a woman with a scandalous secret, a deliciously fun read."
- Shannon Stacey, New York Times bestselling author

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  • File Size: 780 KB
  • Print Length: 249 pages
  • Publisher: Carina Press (July 14, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 14, 2014
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00K4M5E0U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,436 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kelsey Browning writes sass kickin' love stories and co-authors Southern cozy mysteries. She's also a co-founder of Romance University blog, one of Writer's Digest 101 Best Websites for Writers. Originally from a Texas town smaller than the ones she writes about, Kelsey has also lived in the Middle East and Los Angeles, proving she's either adventurous or downright nuts. These days, she hangs out in northeast Georgia with Tech Guy, Smarty Boy, Bad Dog and Pharaoh, a (fingers crossed) future therapy dog.

She's currently at work on more stories in The Granny Series, a new novella series and a new contemporary romance series. For info on her upcoming releases, subscribe to her Sass Kickin' News or drop by www.KelseyBrowning.com.

About PERSONAL ASSETS:
"A hot man, a headstrong woman, and sizzling chemistry set against a homey Texas backdrop--Browning's contemporary debut has all the assets that count!"
-- Ruthie Knox, USA Today bestselling author of Flirting with Disaster

"Sinfully hot, sassy, and laugh-out-loud hilarious--everything a southern romance should be!" 
-- Macy Beckett, author of the Sultry Springs series

About RUNNING THE RED LIGHT:
"Kelsey Browning is one of my go-to authors for a smart, sweetly sexy, satisfying romance. Running the Red Light solidifies her spot on my keeper shelf!"
-- Robin Covington, Bestselling Author

About PROBLEMS IN PARADISE:
"Starring a sexy lawman and a woman with a scandalous secret, a deliciously fun read."
-- Shannon Stacey, New York Times bestselling author

About DESIGNED FOR LOVE:
"Had me laughing from page one! Browning takes all those awkward little details in life that we like to hide, turns them into hilarious gems, and crafts brilliance with them. I loved the characters, the town, the dog-and the hammock! What a hoot!"
-- Sharla Lovelace, Award Winning Author of DON'T LET GO

Hilarious antics, sassy banter, and sizzling chemistry add up to one fantastic story as Mac and Ashton stumble their way toward happily ever after!
-- Tracy Brogan, International Bestselling Author

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By So, I Read This Book Today on July 17, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Christlike communications are expressions of affection and not anger, truth and not fabrication, compassion and not contention, respect and not ridicule, counsel and not criticism, correction and not condemnation. They are spoken with clarity and not with confusion. They may be tender or they may be tough, but they must always be tempered.-L. Lionel Kendrick

Hypocrisy is not a way of getting back to the moral high ground. Pretending you're moral, saying your moral is not the same as acting morally. -Alan Dershowitz

I have a big problem when the sanctimonious, holier than thou congressmen and women go on national television for six hours and beat somebody up with a stick, and not because I'm `Ms. Manners.' That's not what bothers me. People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. - Bernard Goldberg

First thing to know? Buy this book. Really. If you are into intensity, romance, suspense and intrigue, and enjoy a good mystery, all rolled into one, this is one to buy right away. And don't just buy it and put it in your "TBR" pile. Read the darn thing, OK? Then write a review. I would love to hear what you think.

Now that that is out of the way, you get to listen to me rant like a crazy person. Yep. That's me, you all know I can rant with the best of them. And here goes!

First, Kelsey Browning is one kick-ass Texas gal. Of course, I see that she is now living in Georgia. Smart girl. Second, she has Texans down pat with a capital Sanctimonious A'hole. Common wisdom is that fiction books should draw you in, allow you to identify with the characters and create a world-view you can identify with and remember long after you put the book down. In Problems in Paradise, Browning does that in spades.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nicolerko on July 14, 2014
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Loved this book. It had me right from the start. Loved Eden and Beck. Beck was oh so yummy, great hero material. Some of the characters I wanted to smack them for putting in through the trouble, but that's what makes a story interesting. loved the humor. I definitely laughed out loud a few times. I always love books that make do that. I recommend giving this book a look.
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Review for Ramblings From This Chick. ramblingsfromthischick.blogspot.com

Problems in Paradise is the third book in Kelsey Browning's Texas Nights series. This book can be read as a standalone with no problems in understanding the story. I have to admit that I really liked the first book in this series and it was nice to see familiar characters again, but I was left with mixed feelings about this boo. It was frustrating at times for me, but I did think that it had its cute and sweet moments.

Eden Durant relocated to the small town of Shelbyville, Texas where she runs Paradise Garden Cafe after leaving a life in California behind. She is dedicated to showing the residents that healthy and organic food can taste good. She is determined to help them live better lives through better food. There has been an attraction between Eden and Chief Deputy Beck Childress since she came to town, and Beck is determined to finally convince her to go on a date with him. When her apartment and restaurant get broken into, he takes the opportunity to get her to agree to spend some time with him. As Beck and Eden get closer, some customers get sick after eating at her restaurant. Beck and Eden begin to investigate to see what happened and who is breaking into her place. When Beck decides to run for sheriff, things get even more complicated and Eden begins to wonder if she should be spending time with Beck. Eden has been keeping a big secret, and knows that it getting out could not only make Beck run but also bring down his chances at becoming sheriff. But Beck isn't willing to let Eden run so easily and sets out to convince her that nothing couldn't be worth her leaving him.

I liked Beck a lot. I thought that he was a great guy and he was really thoughtful.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By The Romance Reviews TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 18, 2014
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Any time you can effortlessly combine porn stars and police to make a sexy, drama-filled read, it’s a win in my book! In this third book in the <i>Texas Nights</i> series, Ms. Browning takes the reader on a fun and frisky journey featuring a very private heroine who will steal your heart.

When officer Beck Childress gets a call about a break-in at Eden Durant’s restaurant, he immediately goes into panic mode. Beck wants Eden with an almost debilitating ferocity and being so close to her in such a charged situation makes him insane with desire. Eden isn’t immune to the sexy lawmaker, but she can’t afford to let the man get to know the real her. Maybe she can just sleep with him, scratch the itch, without her heart getting involved…

Beck knows Eden is holding something back, and when it becomes clear that someone is targeting her and her business, he makes it his mission to learn more about the woman who stole his heart the second he laid eyes on her. Eden knows that if Beck or anyone else learned the truth about her past, she’d get run out of town, destroying the peaceful life she’s created for herself in Shelbyville. Can Eden protect her heart from the man who wants to steal it?

PROBLEMS IN PARADISE is the third book in the <i>Texas Nights</i> series and if you thought the others were delicious, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet! Both fast-paced and well-written, PROBLEMS IN PARADISE will touch you in myriad ways, leaving you wanting more. I loved Eden and Beck together, especially the contrast of this stoic cop vs. the porn star’s daughter. Eden’s reasons for staying away from Beck were actually legit and realistic, not just overreaction like in a lot of books.
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