Here Comes Trouble by Kathy Carmichael

Quin, an investigative reporter who travels far and wide and lives dangerously, returns home to recuperate from injuries sustained at work. Stella, Quin’s childhood best friend who still lives in the same tiny town where they grew up, lives a quiet life gardening, sewing, and teaching biology. Their mothers and their friends – collectively known as TROUBLE – immediately start scheming to get Quin and Stella together. Little do they realize their efforts harm more than help and might not be needed in the first place.

Here Comes Trouble by Kathy Carmichael is a silly, predictable, mildly romantic, quick, enjoyable read. It’s light, simple, and perfect mind candy. Sometimes you just need to read something fun and not taxing. This is the perfect book for those times!

4 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2014: 40
Pages Read in 2014: 9738
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