Fun, light-hearted and witty, The Trouble With Valentines Day had me in stitches at certain points within the story. The main character, Kate, has reached a fork in the road of her life, both professionally and personally. Because of this, she decides to move to Idaho to help her widowed grandfather run his store. Along the way she meets a handsome stranger who fits her wildest of fantasies, but he turns her proposition down! She never expected to be turned down, and never ever expects to see him again, but life's turn of events prove what she expects is not always what will happen...
The Trouble With Valentine's Day is a book about a woman at a turning point, discovering all she ever wanted isn't that far out of reach. It just happens that she ends up in a few sticky situations first! If you want a fun, fast, humorous and sexy read this book is for you.
It's the one day each year when being single is a sin . . .
The Trouble With Valentine's Day?
It just plain stinks!
Kate Hamilton should know. Dumped by her boyfriend, burnt out by her job, she's returned to Gospel, Idaho, where a Mountain Momma Crafters' original poetry reading is about as good as it gets on a Friday night. Then her first attempted seduction of a hunky stranger is completely rejected. So much for her self-esteem!
It turns out that Rob Sutter, former ice hockey madman, owner of Sutter's Sports—and the hunky stranger who told her to get lost—has been more than burned by love and isn't looking for a relationship. But then he and Kate find themselves in an ultra-compromising position in the M&S Market after-hours, giving the phrase "clean up in aisle five" a whole new meaning, and causing a whole lot of gossip in Gospel . . .