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Aşk Yeniden (Chinooks Hockey Team #5)

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Hayallerinin peşinden koşmaya ara vermiş güzel bir kadın.
Yeni başlangıçlar için güç toplamaya çalışan yakışıklı bir erkek.

Chelsea Ross'un oyunculuk kariyeri talihsizliklerle doludur. Renkli Hollywood dünyasından bir süreliğine uzaklaşmaya karar verir ve ünlü bir hokey oyuncusunun asistanlığını yapmaya başlar. Kariyerindeki en gereksiz hamleyi yaptığını düşünmektedir ama
250 pages
Published 2011 by Nemesis Yayıncılık (first published January 1st 2010)
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Hot, funny, sexy contemporary romance + hockey = one happy reader!

I'm lovin' this series--I haven't read a bad one yet! Rachel Gibson has me hooked and I couldn't be happier. I'm having a blast reading this series, and devour each one and can't wait to start the next. I'm a sucker for a sports romance, and a sports romance where the heroes are all studly, somewhat grumpy but ultimately sweet hockey players in love with their spunky heroines? I'm sold!

This one's the story of retired (due to a hor
♡Karlyn P♡
Sadly, I was bored through most of the book. In five words? Boring. Uneventful. Lackluster. Forgettable. Predictable.

I used to be a huge fan of Rachel Gibson, but a few years back she changed her writing style and now her books are noticably shorter and have far less layers and plot development. The characters are more one dimensional than her earlier books too, and the heat just doesn't sizzle as well because of it. BUT, on the plus side she was always able to keep the dialog, heat and storyli
Nothing but Trouble picks up right where True Love and Other Disasters left off. Mark Bressler, the former captain of the Chinooks, was nearly killed in a serious car accident 6 months prior. He's alive, but will never play hockey again due to the injuries he received in the car accident. Playing hockey was all he ever wanted to do and winning the Stanley Cup his life dream. Well the Chinooks have finally won the Stanley Cup, but Mark doesn't feel like he deserves any of the recognition because ...more
Toni Aleo
i have realized that hockey romances are right up my alley :D
Michelle [Helen Geek]
12/28/2014 -- Re-read

Not sure why I only gave this 4 Stars before. I don't adjust ratings, but if I did, I think it would be 4.5 Stars. Maybe its because of all the crappy reads I've had this year? Who knows, but this is a go to author for me. Even her 3 Star reads are better than most books available right now. Bitch about big publishing, but I do think they separated the chaf from the cash crops. Pretty apparent lately. I hope we can get to a happy medium. Maybe 2015 will be that year.

Lynsey A
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3.5 stars.

I couldn't put this down because Rachel Gibson's storytelling was quite engaging but at the same time, it left me feeling a little bemused.

Separately, Mark and Chelsea were really interesting characters and there is no doubting their sexual chemistry; but there was just no emotional connection between them. It felt like something was missing. Especially when they finally caved into their intense chemistry and made a go of it. It just seemed like they were together because that's just
I love Rachel Gibson. I think her releasing 1 book a year is far too few books.

I liked the premise of this book and I like Gibson's writing style. Overall the book was very enjoyable.

There were some holes in the storyline, and the ending felt rushed (did I miss something or was the revelation on Mark's part super quick and did they not skip from casually fucking (basically) to proposing). I don't know, I just didn't feel like the relationship was fully developed and believably transitioned from
When he woke up in the hospital after a car accident that almost cost him his life, Mark Bressler knew his hockey career was over. Months later, the slow and incredibly painful rehabilitation process is no more crippling that the dark morass of self pity into which he's slid. Morose and beaten, he's lost everything that ever meant anything to him, and when his team wins the coveted Stanley Cup without him, it almost kills him. All he wants to do is sit in his huge house and be left alone with hi ...more
Anne OK
Another witty, sassy book about a Chinook hockey player and the one woman who finally catches him. Nothing new. It's Rachel Gibson's writing style that gets to me everytime. She can definitely write the romance and snarky, witty, funny lines! Up next in Spring 2011, another hockey player. There's a nice excerpt in the back of NBT.
Laura (Kyahgirl)
3.5/5; 4 stars; B+

Rachel Gibson always delivers a fun romance with likeable characters. Her stories often have some insights into and commentary on human nature. This story was one where a quirky but determined woman helps a grumpy and messed up hockey player get on the road to recovery as well as helping him see that there is more than one way to excel at his sport. I liked that she also got him to come out of his self absorbed funk and finally notice that other people have their own struggles
I felt like Gibson wrote herself into a corner with this book.

The book's tone keeps reaching for light-hearted contemporary, but the hero Mark Bressler is a destroyed man. How do you write a comedic romance novel about a man whose hopes and dreams were shattered, along with his body, in a terrible car accident?

There is a lot a lot of telling in this book. Stuff like "Mark knew he wasn't an addict, he was just in pain" or "Chelsea had to re-evaluate her dreams and decide her future." I've read on
I could barely finish it. The first half went quickly, although the almost immediate lust right off the bat had me a little wary. Chelsea was an interesting heroine and kept me hooked at the beginning; Mark is the tortured type of hero, which I always have a soft spot for. All I felt they had between them though was lust, and it was hard for me to sense anything else. Definitely doesn't compare to my Gibson favorites: See Jane Score , It Must Be Love , and Truly Madly Yours .

Review by: C.M. Lessard,

Nothing But Trouble” (Contemporary, Avon , 354 pages, $7.99), by Rachel Gibson: Former NHL player Mark Bressler is damaged goods. As captain of the Seattle Chinooks, his career is sidelined after a car accident leaves him severely injured and unable to play hockey. And to top it off, his team goes on to win the Stanley Cup without him.

Mark doesn’t want to depend on anyone. His prickly demeanor has forced several of his previous home health care worker
This is my third Chinooks Hockey Team in a few days and find myself somewhat addicted. The books bring to mind Susan Elizabeth Phillip's series about the Chicago Stars, but Ms. Gibson's books are - to me, at any rate - less predictable and not always neatly putting everything in place in a sugary-sweet epilogue.
So far, I have not encountered insta-love (though that seems to be the case with Chinooks #1, which I will not read but mostly due to the "secret baby"-trope).

Anywho, the heroines of the
Fast, breezy read; sometimes humorous and overall enjoyable. That said, Nothing But Trouble doesn't bear too close an examination. Read it, enjoy it, and don't think too much about the shortcomings. I like Gibson's writing style and that carried me through a weak plot and somewhat underdeveloped characters. The fast pace kept me from dwelling too much on the missed opportunities for a deeper, more nuanced story.

A fun, relaxing way to spend a day on the beach, or cuddled on your couch on a rainy
Jess the Romanceaholic
A light, easy read.. WAY too many pop-culture references though.. Makes the book feel dated already and it just came out..

Other than that, a nice read. 3 1/2 Stars
Nereyda Gonzalez
I read my first Rachel Gibson book in 2007 and proceeded to go to the bookstore to buy all of her released books and read them all within the span of a month. When this book was released (2010), my author crush was well established. I would pre-order the books but also buy the ebooks so that I could start reading them at midnight. I’ve read this book a few times and was so excited when I found out that this had a really good narrator. (Unfortunately, some of her books have narrators that sound r ...more
christine danielle (Bibliophilic Madness)
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Nothing but Trouble

Cover: 4
Plot: 5
Characters: 5

Overall Rating: 5

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Hot guys in spandex shorts, what more can a girl ask for?

"I’ve only ever been good at two things. Hockey and sex"

Mark Bressler Former NHL superstar due to an accident was hospitalized and needed someone to take care of him. Not that he really needed it. After numerous care workers, Chelsea Ross came into his life wearing Pucci and an ugly as hell jacket. After a faiked marriage,
I am a sucker for a sports-themed, contemporary romance and Gibson delivers on all counts.

First of all I must say it's pure Marketing genius to release a book about a hockey player during the height of the NHL playoffs, but you don't have to be a fan of sports or hockey in particular to enjoy Nothing But Trouble because there is very little actual "hockey" action contained within this book.

Mark Bressler, ex-captain of the Seattle Chinooks had it all. Fame, fortune and a brilliant career as a s
Oh, this was one sexy book (you couldn't tell from the pretty innocent cover, right?). Since this was my first Gibson book, I didn't know what to expect. It wasn't life-changing, but it was enjoyable and funny and -did I mention-sexy. Very much so.
As for the plot, it's your regular romance plot. They hate each other, they are attracted to each other, they have sex, a secret surfaces, there's tears and eventually a happy ending. I enjoyed it mostly because of the characters. You have a very House
I picked this one up on a whim and because there were a lot of the friends I have here on Goodreads that had marked it to-read. I'm not regretting that decision at all. This one surprised me and was a fun read that I will be recommending.

Mark Bressler is a famous Hockey player that is in a terrible accident and is recovering. When his team wins the Stanley Cup he goes even farther down hill to his dark and unhappy place. But the last straw is when the Hockey Team offices sends him a new heath c
Jun 16, 2011 Elisabeth rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: romance readers
Recommended to Elisabeth by: RG glom
Enjoyed it - read in almost one night. I had heard such lousy things about this one that I was a bit worried but it was really good. Nice slow build-up to the relationship with lots of sexual tension. The hero Mark Bressler was big, dark, handsome and damaged, interesting to have a hero dealing with loss of physical strength, although, of course his still very strong and manly to the heroine. Most of his bad humour came from dealing with the loss of the life he knew before the accident and the l ...more
Let me just start off by saying that Rachel Gibson is absolutely AMAZING! I tend to lean towards reading historical romances, but I love reading a good contemporary every now and then. “Nothing but Trouble” by Rachel Gibson is a fun and sexy read with compelling characters.

The heroine and hero: Our heroine, Chelsea, is an altogether different type of heroine. She’s an actress who has only gotten “slutty bimbo” roles because of her large breasts. In order to make money to get a breast-reduction s
Hockey superstar Mark Bressler had it all, until a fateful crash took away his ability to get back on the ice. Drowning in self pity he has managed to alienate every home health nurse the Chinooks have sent his way, until he meets Chelsea Ross.

Chelsea sitting on his front porch in a god awful mismatched outfit has made it clear his insults have left no impact. Not easily disuaded Mark decides to amp up the bad behavior trying to get her to quit, but Chelsea is determined to stay, for if she doe
I was in denial with everyone else's review that said this book was boring. I thought, how could the author that wrote Simply Irresistible, Any Man of Mine and The Trouble With Valentine's Day write a boring book? I was wrong, she can write a boring book and it's called Nothing But Trouble. The premise of this book was interesting, so I have no idea how RG could have made it so boring, but she did. I hated that the heroine wanted to get breast reduction surgery because she wore double dees. Talk ...more
I can't tell if my low review for this story is just because all these books are starting to sound the same and I'm growing a little tired of reading about the same two characters in slightly different situations with different names and this is just toward the end of the series, or if it's because I really just thought this was an okay book.

After hockey star Mark Bressler has a near-death accident and is told he can never play hockey again, life becomes dark and all he's left with is anger. The
Jill Dunlop
Nothing but Trouble is part of Rachel Gibson's Chinook's Hockey series. Mark Bressler is recovering from a very bad car accident which has devastatingly ended his career as a professional hockey player for the Chinooks. To make matters worse, his team has just won the Stanley Cup and he had to sit at home and watch instead of skating on the ice with his teammates. Chelsea Ross is a struggling actress who takes a position as Mark Bressler's home health care assistant. Mark's surly demeanor and gr ...more
Beverley Kendall
With sexual tension that crackles, passion that sizzles, and wit that’s sure to bring a smile to even the most jaded reader’s face, Nothing But Trouble seductively pulls you in, holds you captive, and never lets go.

Rachel Gibson, where have you been all my life? Where? Why haven’t I read any of your books up to this point? Have I been living in a cave? Apparently, but now I’m out and I’m addicted. One book, and I went out and bought eight from your backlist. That’s how much I absolutely loved N
Amelia Fransiska
Gak tau knapa gw dapet bgt feelnya ni NTB..
Mungkin krna gw lg hepi kale.

Mule dr bab 1 gw udah ngakak guling2 pas psywar nya Mark n Ty (True Love and other Disaster)
Mark nyebut kalo Ty ntu An overrated primadonna asshole LOL
Ty ngebales kalo Mark A second rate wannabe pussy ROTFL

Trus Chelsea nongol buat jd 'asisten' Mark.
Menurut Mark Chelsea ky kanvas abstrak bjalan, krna baju2 anehnya..
Menurut Chelsea Mark ntu brengsek numero uno di dunia..

Lanjut ke masalah GPS mercedes nya Mark..
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Rachel was born in Boise, Idaho, USA. Her father worked for a telephone company, and her mother was a house wife. Idaho has the largest population of Basques outside of the Basque lands of Spain. She grew up with kids with last names like Uberuaga, Berriochoa, and Egisquiza, but years later she discovered the rest of the country didn't really know much about the Basque culture or history.

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Other Books in the Series

Chinooks Hockey Team (6 books)
  • Simply Irresistible (Chinooks Hockey Team, #1)
  • See Jane Score (Chinooks Hockey Team, #2)
  • The Trouble With Valentine's Day (Chinooks Hockey Team, #3)
  • True Love and Other Disasters (Chinooks Hockey Team #4)
  • Any Man of Mine (Chinooks Hockey Team, #6)
See Jane Score (Chinooks Hockey Team, #2) Simply Irresistible (Chinooks Hockey Team, #1) Any Man of Mine (Chinooks Hockey Team, #6) True Love and Other Disasters (Chinooks Hockey Team #4) Truly Madly Yours (Truly, Idaho, #1)

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“Chelsea, I knew when you showed up on my porch that you were going to be trouble. You were bossy and annoying and you brought sunshine into a very dark time in my life. You saved me when I didn’t even know I needed saving. I love you for that. I will always love you for that.” He raised her hand to his
lips and kissed the backs of her knuckles. “Please say you’ll stay in my life and make
trouble with me forever.” -Mark Bressler”
“I didn’t mean to fall in love with you, but I did.
- Chelsea”
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