The Trouble With Valentine's Day
New York Times extended bestselling and RITA award winning author Rachel Gibson's smart, sassy contemporary romances are making her one of the genre's fastest rising stars. When everything about her life in Las Vegas just seems to be going wrong, Kate Hamilton leaves her job as a PI and points... show more
New York Times extended bestselling and RITA award winning author Rachel Gibson's smart, sassy contemporary romances are making her one of the genre's fastest rising stars. When everything about her life in Las Vegas just seems to be going wrong, Kate Hamilton leaves her job as a PI and points her car toward Gospel, Idaho. Gospel is the kind of town where a girl can take it easy and just be herself, or so she hopes. But when she gets there, people get the impression that she's a bit of a ball–buster. And she is, at first. But Gospel has a way of softening people up. One of those ways is Rob Sutter. He's a spectacular–looking former hockey player with a wild past of his own, who now lives a quiet (albeit slightly macho) life running his sporting goods store and fly–fishing. Kate and Rob are so wrong for each other that there must be something right. If only they can start seeing each other for who they really are...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2005-01-25
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Sports And Games
, Sports Romance
She's looking for love. He's not. They both have baggage. After some witty banter, they break down each other's walls. I didn't dislike it, but I didn't find anything special about it either. It was basically a nice love story.
Oh man, I hope the soul patch the lead male (Rob Sutter) is sporting gets shaved or something, because I just can't handle a guy with a soul patch. Rachel Gibson does such a great job of balancing humor with serious issues. Plus there is no other author I have ever read who writes about hockey in ...
I like this book and its probably a 3.5 read for me and I always round up but I’m so tempted to round it down to 3 stars. Why? Because of a few editing mistakes. They totally distracted me. I highlighted them just so I could rant about them here. lol1) The hero in True Confessions name is Dylan Tabe...
I really liked the two characters in this one and I would have probably have given it 5 stars if not for two things:The first sex scene. YICK. I was with it through the whip cream on the boobs until he basically throws her down on the floor and does her like a dirty dog. Ew. That may be some peo...