Romance novel looks for trouble

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If you are a serial romance novel reader, and you’re looking for a new read, pick up “Nothing But Trouble” by Rachel Gibson.
Chelsea Ross is an out-of-work actress who takes on the job of being a personal assistant to spoiled hockey star Mark Bressler. The buxom heroine is put to the test in her new job. As part of the deal with Mark’s managers, Chelsea gets $10,000 if she can put up with him for more than three months.
When she arrives on the job, Mark is rude and arrogant. He was injured in a car accident and can’t play hockey and vents his subsequent bitterness on Chelsea. Mark tries everything he can to make Chelsea lose it and leave, as he had done to six personal assistants before her. When she doesn’t leave, they eventually grow to be good friends and more.
The title “Nothing But Trouble” best describes Chelsea and Mark’s connection. While Chelsea had been a personal assistant to a number of celebrities before Mark, she never let her professional life bleed into her personal life. When it does, it’s a recipe for relationship mayhem. Mark, a stuck-up jock in the beginning, proves to be nothing but trouble for Chelsea.
“Nothing But Trouble” provides all of the steamy ups and downs to keep the most avid romance novel reader reading for hours. The plot goes by quickly and the end is satisfying.

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One Response to Romance novel looks for trouble

  1. I love your website…” – “Thank you for writing and publishing these wonderful stories online. They are each beautiful and special. :) Chantay Foote

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