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  • Posted October 31, 2013

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    Reviewed by Melissa D
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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book


    Trouble is the Making by Lissa Matthews is not part of a series yet but I hope we get to see these characters again in the future. I would love to know what the future hold for these two. I chose this book because of the summery. It was interesting and I wanted to see if the book lived up to the summery or not. Boy did it!

    Liz is not what I expected she is quiet and shy. She is what I would expect a romance author would be. Therefore, when she propositioned him it seemed out of the norm for her. She has known Johnny since high school and always had a crush on him but when they reconnect at their high school reunion, they become friends again.

    Johnny is a rocker complete with leather and tattoos and long hair. Johnny seems grateful to Liz to proposition him because now he gets to act on his feelings for her. I loved that he did not come with the ego that many celebrities seem to have and he thought Liz was sexy even when she was in messy clothes.

    The chemistry between Liz and Johnny was scorching hot. These two are a great match for each other. They can communicate with each other very well, a benefit of their friendship over the years. The sex scenes were amazing and realistic.

    Nothing could have made this story any better than it was I just wished it was longer than the 93 pages it was. I loved it. It was the right mix of hot and sexy. I also like that the characters were very down to earth. Overall, I loved this story. I really hot we get to see these characters again in the future.

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