Along Came Trouble
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TROUBLE HAS ARRIVED
Elisa Cardoso longs for passion in her life. Though she'd much rather spend her days photographing the stunning Wyoming landscape, food photography is a lucrative, if uninspiring, way to pay her bills. But when her next assignment brings her face to face with sexy restaurant owner Brody McDermott, Elisa can't deny the delicious effect he has on her.
From the minute Brody sees Elisa, he's dying to unleash her inner bad girl. He knows there's more to the sophisticated photographer than meets the eye. Now getting the sexy shutterbug into his bed is on his menu, but when she starts making her way into his heart-big problem. Love has been tricky for Brody, and he's not too eager to try his luck again. But when a golden opportunity means Elisa may be leaving Trouble for good, can Brody find the courage to grab on to love . . . before it slips away?
This is a REALLY good book
This is a REALLY good book!
I absolutely loved the length and depth of this story. I felt the characters were well-developed and very likable.
The tension and chemistry between Elisa and Brody was very well done. I also loved getting to know the other characters in the series. Although I haven't read their respective stories (yet!), I really want to read a whole lot more about what happened in Trouble, Wyoming!
Erin is definitely VERY talented and this is the second book of hers I've read, and I would read anything she writes. That being said, in this particular story, I felt a certain element that was introduced later on in the book, and removed shortly thereafter, was unnecessary and didn't really add much to the story. Having experienced the general scenario several times, I felt Elisa's actions were not at all realistic and made me incredibly frustrated with her and the story, flipping through the parts that included this aforementioned element.
I also had a feeling of "loose ends" leftover at the end, but maybe they would be resolved in subsequent books.
But the town and characters of Trouble are absolutely lovely, and I wouldn't hesitate to spend more time there!
(I received a copy of this book in consideration of my honest thoughts)