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Here Comes Trouble

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2006

    amusing contemporary romance

    He is part of a media and customer frenzy because of a tell all biography by Grace Wellington, widow of a Congressman, who devoted an entire chapter to his mile high sexual exploits, so former Air Force pilot Max Taylor needs a place to hide until his fifteen minutes of notoriety ends. He decides to combine two activities into one by visiting Trouble, Pennsylvania, a town his grandfather octogenarian millionaire Mortimer Potts just purchased to avoid the boredom of retirement while Max¿s attorney sues to have the degrading chapter removed. Junior editor Sabrina Cavanaugh goes to Trouble to prove that Max is a womanizing seducer, which will augment her firm¿s defense of the tell-all bio. Sabrina assumes that when she succeeds she will get a raise, which she badly needs to help support her pregnant unwed younger sister. She never expected Max to be a caring kindhearted hunk who she falls in love with and owes the truth, but fears their relationship will die out of a lack of trust on his part. --- This is an amusing contemporary romance starring two likable protagonists trapped in one delicate situation after another by a horde of eccentric characters led by the hero¿s grandfather and the heroine¿s siblings. The jocular story line never takes itself seriously as Max and Sabrina end up in nothing but Trouble. However what makes this plot extra delightful is the audience wondering whether Max really did the mile high deed numerous times including with the Congressman¿s wife. --- Harriet Klausner

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