Bubbles in Trouble (Bubbles Yablonsky Series #2)

Bubbles in Trouble (Bubbles Yablonsky Series #2)

by Sarah Strohmeyer

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BN ID: 2940157919115
Publisher: Sarah Strohmeyer
Publication date: 03/08/2016
Series: Bubbles Yablonsky Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 350
Sales rank: 244,814
File size: 594 KB

About the Author

Sarah Strohmeyer is the nationally bestselling author of seventeen books for adults (Dutton/NAL) and young adults (HarperCollins/Balzer+Bray), including THE CINDERELLA PACT that was adapted for Lifetime as the TV movie LYING TO BE PERFECT. She lives in Vermont where she also works as an elected Town Clerk.

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Bubbles in Trouble (Bubbles Yablonsky Series #2) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
kymmayfield on LibraryThing 4 hours ago
Great book! Started out kinda iffy but by the end i couldn't put it down. A lot of suspense and a little romance thrown in. This book you start to know more about the characters you have read about. A very intriguing book at the very least. I will definitely read the next in the series.
Jeyra on LibraryThing 3 months ago
A ditzyish hairdresser-come-detective investigates a murder in the Amish community. The main character is unusual and endearing. Contains sexual references and mild violence.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book at the local book store and just reading the jacket cover had to find the first book in the series before I left the store. I am a BIG Janet Evanovich fan and was hoping this series could compare to her. It DOES!! Bubbles is a real delight to read and her mother is crazier than Grandma Mazur!!!! I found myself laughing out loud, just like I do when reading the Plum series. Her characters are very appealling and the beauty tips in the book are great. I hope Sarah keeps writing because I will keep reading!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to say I was a little disappointed in this book. I have read all of Janet Evanovich's books and I was looking for something else to read when I came across this at the book store. It has a cute gimmick with the beauty recipes and the main character being a hair dresser turned report/sleuth. However it is layed out exactly, and I mean exactly like a Janet Evanovich book. Crazy mom, nutty characters and a hot body boy friend that causes the same sexual tension. However it does not flow as well as Evanovich's books. It was very hard to get through. I am only a third of the way through the second one and I had to put it down and look for something else.
harstan More than 1 year ago
If one can get past Bubbles¿ bleached hair, heavy make up and tight clothes, it isn¿t hard to understand why the Lehigh, Pennsylvania hairdresser wants to be a reporter. A story is the furthest thing from Bubbles¿ mind when she arrives at the church to walk her best friend Janice Kramer down the aisle. When Janice fails to show up, Bubbles goes to her house where she finds her buddy¿s dead uncle but no bride.

Learning that Janice was brought up Amish, Bubbles heads for her hometown of Wheelie in Pennsylvania¿s Lancaster County to find her friend and clear her name. She goes undercover dressing Amish and living with an Amish family and gets involved in a different investigation, one that could get her killed if she¿s not careful.

BUBBLES IN TROUBLE is a light breezy amateur sleuth novel that doesn¿t take it self very seriously but is none the less a very entertaining mystery. The protagonist is totally refreshing as she stays true to herself while trying to better herself. Reading a Bubbles Yablonsky novel is like watching an episode of I love Lucy.

Harriet Klausner