- File Size: 490 KB
- Print Length: 177 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1942299478
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated (February 16, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B018GZSBE2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,052 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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TROUBLE MAKER opens up with the very tragic history of Marnie. Her story really tugs at your heart so keep the tissues on hand. She’s a woman that was abused by her father from a young age due to his disapproval of her psychic ability, though if it hadn’t been that, he’d have found another reason because he is just that vile of a character. Marnie is able to escape Surrender, Montana just as young love is starting to bloom with the hero, Beckett. She returns fifteen years later, safe from her father but carrying baggage from another abusive relationship. She is determined to make an independent life for herself so she initially holds off on a relationship with Beckett even though, through her visions, she already knows that they will end up together.
This book is a quick read with no lagging parts. The romance is hot and the plotline is intriguing from beginning to end. All of the characters are well developed, especially Marnie. I love how strong she was despite everything that she had been through. It’s impossible to not have an emotional connection to her. Beckett makes a wonderful sweet hero. He’s very patient with waiting for Marnie. In the beginning, I thought he came off as a player. It wasn’t very clear at first the reasons for him breaking up with Hazel so it almost seemed as though he was playing the jerk guy “I don’t like her anymore so she’s ‘crazy'” card. It became clearer what happened in that situation after a couple of chapters.
There are quite a few “easter eggs” that reference the novellas in the Mackenzie Family collection.Read more ›
Still, I don't appreciate mixing supernatural elements with the MacKenzie series (even if these characters barely relate to Security and they've got more to do with the original MacKenzie's). Beckett is a sweet boy and Marnie is nice, although I didn't quite get the vibe from them as a couple I'd hoped I'd get from when they were teens. I get it when they're older and they meet again, but it's not like there was a lot of build-up about who they were or how their feelings for each other came to be in the first place.
An overall okay story but it feels like a fill in to the series more than anything.
This book was awesome off to read the next one
Although I have purchased books in this series that are waiting on my Kindle for me to work my way to them on my never ending TBR, this is the first MacKenzie family book that I have gotten to read and I am so glad I started here. Trouble Maker is a great introduction to the Mackenzies and their extended family but doesn't spoil any of the previous stories.
Marnie was best friends with Darcy MacKenzie as a child, but a violent incident culminating in a tragic outcome took her away from Surrender as a teenager. Before that day, Beckett Hamilton captured her attention in a way no other boy had, and to her shock he accepted her gift without fear or judgment. It wasn't the right time for them then but as Marnie knows, the future isn't written in stone.
Fifteen years later, Beckett is running his family ranch and enjoying Montana life. The single women of the area hope to snag the handsome and wealthy rancher but he has no time or interest for anything permanent - until he finds out Marnie is back in town. He has never forgotten her and still feels as though he failed her all those years ago. He certainly doesn't intend to let her slip away from him a second time and wastes no time letting her know that.
Marnie needed time away from the small town to find her own way, but after escaping from a claustrophobic relationship, she sees it is time to return to Surrender. Her first encounter with Beckett upon her return takes her breath away but she resists him for as long as possible. He is a patient guy with a romantic streak though, and after a gentle nudge from the MacKenzie matriarch, Marnie finally gives in to what they both want. Unfortunately her past doesn’t go away as easily as she'd hoped and it threatens her future.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another great Mackenzie read!! I love that Marnie was different and that was ok and Beckett loved her no matter what. Can't wait for Shane's book.Published 1 month ago by Anne
I love this story, is beautiful written great characters and plot. can't wait for what's next. Liliana Hart you are the best.Published 1 month ago by romanticatheart
I loved this book, it kept me wanting to read more until the book was done!
This book is perfect for reading over and over again!
How I hated her father. I wanted very bad things to happen to him.
Loved the romance. Need more Shane.