5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic, romantic read!,
This review is from: Trouble Me: A Rosewood Novel (The Rosewood Trilogy) (Mass Market Paperback)
The last book in the Rosewood trilogy is as fantastic as the first two books (Remember Me and Believe In Me). This can be read as a stand alone novel, but the first two books were so special that I urge you to read them also. The books center around three sisters: Margot, Jordan and Jade. Trouble Me tells the story of Jade, the youngest Radcliffe sister. As a teenager Jade was often rebelious which put her in contact with a policeman she dubbed "Robo Cop". Now as a young woman, much matured, she is headed home to Rosewood horse farm in Virginia, to take up a position as a school teacher and riding instructor. Due to a stormy night, she decides to stay at a hotel where she meets an exciting stranger in the bar. They have a steamy one-night stand and don't exchange names or personal stories. She is shocked when she learns the "stranger" is actually "Robo Cop", Rob Cooper, and his daughter is in her class. Rob's wife died due to illness, and he can't believe Jade, the wild child, will be teaching his daughter and is the stranger he is so drawn to. Will they be able to overcome their pasts and forge a life together?
The book is a wonderful, steamy, romantic novel about forgiveness and finding a place in your life for new loves. Trouble Me is a wonderful book if you truely love romances, horses and children who are real to life. Enjoy! Ms. Moore is a first class story teller, and I, for one, love all her books. I'm looking forward to more novels from a favorite author.