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Asking for Trouble

3.12  ·  Rating Details ·  75 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Her dizzy aunts mean the world to bed-and-breakfast owner, Beth, but couldtheir dabblings in the occult have finally gone too far? Now handsome Dr. Brad Donovan has arrived on her doorstep looking for his missing father- last seen here at the Two Sisters Ordinary. Beth would love to explain the sudden attraction between them- but not if it means implicating her familyin mu ...more
Paperback, 377 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Harlequin Books
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Apr 12, 2014 BookNerdette rated it it was amazing
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May 12, 2015 Courtney rated it did not like it
I have to agree with the other reviewers- the aunts were the only real great part of the book. The romance was not particularly believable and I think there were too many little subplots that made it so nothing really seemed to be driving the story.

For example, the bones. They're made out to be a huge deal and a huge plot driver and then they're written off and tied with a bow in two sentences. The adopted son was unnecessary. The disappearance of the lover was unnecessary. The bones were unnec
May 07, 2010 Jess rated it it was ok
There's not much to say about this one.. the only thing that was really great were the two aunts in the book. They were really funny characters and the only ones who seemed even a tiny bit real.

The other characters were sort of flat, and they just didn't act right. For example, the way a few of them spoke, was just strange. At times they were very polite sounding, and then they would use words in conversation that people just don't use. The plot line was boring, and there were at least two times
Nov 26, 2008 Aubrey rated it liked it
Another OK read. I felt like this book could have been about 50 pages shorter. I get a little tired of reading books where both the her and heroine are beautiful, inexplicably single, virulent people. However, the two aunts in this novel are great characters.
Oct 12, 2009 Allison rated it did not like it
One thing I learned after reading this book: I do not like airport gift shop romance novels. The characters are two dimensional, the plot is rushed, and the book is a pathetic excuse for a cheap thrill.
Aug 18, 2010 Kimberlee rated it liked it
A fun, quick read for when you need to forget the world.
Aug 04, 2010 Debbie rated it it was amazing
This is a GREAT book! Read it in two days!!
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