Falling for Trouble

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Falling for Trouble

Librarians in Love, #2

“Falling for Trouble” was a funny read that I went through it rather quickly. Peggy is such a sweetheart and I loved her from the first page. Picturing her running after an old dog;Starr, who ran every time the leash came out was rather amusing. It made me smile when Peggy felt accomplished in her task. Her love for Joanna is strong even though she doesn't understand everything she does. Peggy may be an elderly lady but that doesn't stop her from ogling the decadent Liam while he’s jogging and in doing so, breaks her leg.

Liam is rather funny in his own right and may be a Librarian but he’s not a pushover. Feeling responsible for Peggy’s spill aside, I really grew to like him. He see’s the world in a different light and sometimes he takes too much on his shoulders. His interactions with Joanna are amusing and downright hostile at times. I like him because he tries to be a good person and doesn’t just think about himself.

Joanna is a pure rebel who hates that town she grew up in and despises it even more that she has to come back to it after her record deal fell through. One thing I can say about her is that she loves her Granny Peggy. I loved reading the relationship and interactions they had. Some of them made me laugh out right. Watching Peggy squirm while trying to explain to Joanna how she broke her leg, made my day. I really enjoyed reading this book and recommended it.

At the end of “Falling for Trouble” you get a short blurb of the next book in the series called “Laws of Attraction.”


Book Blurb for Falling for Trouble

The riot grrrl and the bookworm—just the pair to get the whole town talking…

Liam Byrd loves Halikarnassus, New York. He loves its friendliness, its nosiness, the vibrant library at the center of it all. And now that Joanna Green is home, the whole town sizzles. A rebel like her stirs up excitement, action, desire—at least in Liam.

Joanna never thought she’d have to come back to her dull, tiny fishbowl of a hometown ever again. She almost had a record deal for her all-girl rock band. She almost had it made in L.A. And then her deal went sour and her granny broke her leg . . . and now here she is, running into everybody’s favorite librarian every time she heads to a dive bar or catches up with old friends.

He has charm, he has good taste in music—and the sight of him in running shorts is dangerously distracting. But when he loves her old town and she can’t wait to check out, their new romance is surely destined for the book drop...


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2017 4.00