More Trouble in Loveland (Timeless Romance Single Book 6)
Series: Trouble in Loveland #2
Published by Mirror Press
Publication Date November 28, 2017
Genres: Clean Romance
Setting: Colorado Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-35
Written for: Adult
Another Timeless Single Romance! Join Jennifer Peel for MORE TROUBLE IN LOVELAND.
Charlee Jensen-Carter has been looking forward to her first Christmas with her new husband, Ryan, and her adorable stepson for weeks. Not only is her dad tying the knot, but she’s looking forward to two weeks of no exes, no drama, and especially no trouble. At least that’s what she thinks.
First, she gets talked into wearing red hooker heels again. Next, she finds herself trying to save her dad’s wedding. And if that isn’t bad enough, more than one ex shows up, and she's suddenly in the middle of more trouble than she ever bargained for. On top of it all, everyone is counting on her to save the day.
Will she ever find the right moment to give Ryan the best Christmas present ever? Or will her Christmas hopes and dreams die a fiery death in this comical holiday tale?
Other Timeless Romance Singles: From Cairo, With Love by Nancy Campbell Allen Sophia's Leap-Year Courtship by Kristin Holt Starting Over at Steeple Ridge by Liz Isaacson The Matchmaking Game by Donna Hatch The Heart Only Grows by Michele Paige Holmes
I would like to thank Heather B. Moore for giving me this copy of the book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
I really liked Ryan when I read Trouble in Loveland when I read it more than two years ago. I mean, when I wasn’t busy hating him. Yeah, he is that kind of hero. Well, More Trouble in Loveland picks up a few months after the end of the first book. I would say that it isn’t necessary to read the first book, but it is so good and does fill in some details, so I strongly recommend reading both books.
I am happy to say that Ryan is a little less clueless in this book. In fact, I don’t think I hated him at all this time. I loved the way you couldn’t quite figure out if Ryan had any clue about Charlee’s secret until the end when it was all revealed. It was super sweet how protective both Ryan and Charlee were regarding Victoria, Ryan’s ex. Really, you heard me right. They were both concerned about her this time around, and for good reason.
This book managed to be funny, sweet, romantic, and troubling all wrapped up in one great read.
This story is a clean romance. There are a few places where there are references to things like the “hooker” heels that Charlee’s friend had her wear to her wedding and conversations between Ryan and Charlee that are a little steamy, but nothing inappropriate.