Monday, June 07, 2010

Review: Nothing But Trouble by Rachel Gibson

I've been such a lazy bum lately ^_^; I was so happy that I didn't have to work this week-end, but I ended up doing nothing at home. No cleaning, no blogging, no blog-hopping, sigh. Hmmm, I did go out to buy books and read though :) Ah well, we'll see how it goes this week. Hopefully, work will be less busy and I'll be more motivated... by what, I have no idea LOL.

In the meantime, I had a review go up last Thursday at Breezing Through. See, told ya, lazy ^_^; Anyway, Monroe and I are tackling Rachel Gibson's latest book, Nothing But Trouble. You can click here to go to the review directly.

Nothing but Trouble by Rachel Gibson  
published by Avon in April 2010


Chelsea Ross's acting career has been a total bust. The closest she ever came to stardom was her brilliant performance as "Pretty Dead Girl #1." But leaving Hollywood to become the personal assistant to a famous hockey player could be her stupidest career move ever.

More trouble...

Injured superstar Mark Bressler's glory days are over. The bad-boy ex-jock could at least be civil to the pint-sized, pink-haired bombshell who the Seattle Chinooks hired to be his P.A. If Chelsea didn't need the money, she'd be running from the world's biggest jerk as fast as her feet could carry her.

Big trouble!

Chelsea can deal with Mark's rotten attitude and dark moods. The problem is those biceps and that red-hot bod! And when the bad boy starts to put the moves on her, Chelsea knows it's time she banished him to the penalty box... if only she could resist the kind of trouble he has in mind!

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