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Review: Nothing But Trouble by Jannine Gallant

Honor aka Honey to her friends, comes to Redemption to her her friend who runs the local cafe.  On the way into town she is let out on the side of the road.  Chase happens to be right behind the car and stops to give her a lift the rest of the way.  She is not too sure about Chase and tells him exactly what she thinks of him and his charm.  

Chase seems to show up at the right times as Honey needs help.  Someone in town in leaving messages on her doorstep to convince her to leave town.  Chase never has cared deeply for a woman and realizes Honey means a lot to him. Before she can leave town Chase tells her how he feels can Honor comes to terms and believe him after her failed relationship?

The characters were good and the story was good.  I would have liked it longer but over all a great read.

 

 

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Nothing But Trouble

Jannine Gallant

The Wild Rose Press

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Book Blurb

Chase Paladin avoids commitment like a patch of stinging nettles. He’s seen how love can trample a man, and he doesn’t plan to get hitched—ever. But when Honor Jackson walks into his life, hell-bent on keeping her distance, she turns his convictions inside out.

One look at the too-handsome cowboy with laughing green eyes and a killer smile, and Honor knows he’s nothing but trouble. She’s come to Redemption, Texas to help an old friend, not to let another man charm her into certain heartache.

But every time she turns around, Chase is there, and the closer they get, the more she fears he’ll break her heart. So when anonymous threats make it clear that someone in Redemption wants her gone, Honor is ready to oblige. Only now Chase isn’t certain he can live without her.

Will two wary hearts take a chance on love before it’s too late?

Denise Alicea
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This blog was created by Denise in September 2008 to blog about writing, book reviews, and technology. Slowly, but surely this blog expanded to what it has become now, a central for book reviews of all kinds interviews, contests, and of course promotional venue for authors, etc

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