Heart Trouble

Heart Trouble

by Jenny Lyn
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Heart Trouble 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Peachs44 More than 1 year ago
Take one hot cop, a smexy doctor and a serial killer and you have one heck of a story. Heart Trouble is on fantastic story filled with great characters, good sex and intrigue. Dr. Erin Taylor is exactly what I enjoy from a female character. Smart, strong yet still fragile. Really, her character feels like someone I could know. Now Detective Sean Rembert is someone I wish I DID know. Yummies! Who wouldn’t want a hot sexy cop to protect them? And protect her he does...Hello! The attraction between them is smooth and hot. The sizzling part aside, I really enjoyed the interactions between them as well between the secondary characters as well. All the exchanges felt very personal and real. I was so lost in their stories that when it can time to reveal the killer’s identity, I was caught off guard. Usually I can guess who it is and then get bored waiting for the big reveal but luckily not in this case. I was completely engrossed in the story and am so sad to see it end. Way back when I started reading romance novels, I pretty much would read whatever I could get my hands on. As I developed a taste for what I liked I found, there weren’t many book I enjoyed that scratched my book itch so I changed genres to PNR. Had Jenny Lyn been writing books oh so many years ago, I would probably still be reading contemporary romances. Heart Trouble is a fantastic story! This is my first book by this author and I got to say…Me likey! This is definitely a book worth recommending. I received this book from JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated. Stars – 4 Flames - 3
HarlequinJunkie_ More than 1 year ago
Rating: 4.5 Stars Heart Trouble by Jenny Lyn: Blue, the swankiest nightclub in Jacksonville, Florida, is where emergency room doctor Erin Taylor is fulfilling a bet she lost to her best friend Tess. And Erin never reneges on a promise or bet of any kind. So, here she sits along with Tess, dressed to the nines in a outfit far more sexy than her chosen scrubs and rubber-soled shoes, looking for a guy to converse with for ten minutes. Erin is a smart, driven, stunner, and has dedicated her life to her profession. Thus, many of the men she meets find her intimidating, which usually puts the kibosh on dating. Tess zeros in on one of the hottest guys at the bar, plain-clothes, on-duty police officer Sean Rembert. The instant spark between Erin and Sean is magical and penetrating. Their flirting, teasing and banter is easy and seductive. They get lost in each other very rapidly and Sean slightly forgets that he is in the bar looking for leads that may help him catch a serial rapist. Erin fits the profile of the rapist's victims and after her purse gets stolen, Sean decrees himself to be her personal bodyguard. Although Erin is terrified about the possibility of being the rapist's next victim, she feels safe when she is with Sean. He has basically moved in with her for the time being, while he and his team continue to search for clues in order to hunt the rapist down. Spending so much time together forces them to get to know each other. One kiss leads to another kiss, which quickly evolves into mind-blowing sex. Every minute of every day deepens their feelings and attraction to each other. After only a few days, Sean feels comfortable enough to bring Erin to his childhood home for a previously planned celebration. For the first time since her parents died in a car accident when she was thirteen, Erin feels like part of a family. With the exception of the real reason why they are together, Erin and Sean are blissfully happy. That is until Sean's father has a heart-attack and Sean realizes that Erin knew all along about his father's heart condition. He says some extremely hurtful words before leaving her in the care of his team and going to the hospital. Now Sean's team is in charge of Erin's safety. Both Erin and Sam are heartbroken without each other. Providing any more information about the plot would ruin both the anticipation and outcome of this suspenseful romance. Although the relationship between the two main characters is a little far-fetched, and the ending is somewhat predictable, I was completely engaged until the very last sentence. The sex scenes are hot and erotic. The characters are well defined and truly likeable. I really enjoyed the author's rhythm and effortless way of storytelling. If you are seeking a a steamy, suspenseful romance, look no further than Heart Trouble.