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  • Mass Market Paperback: 378 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books (July 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0373772157
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373772155
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 12.7 x 2.6 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,231,246 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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If only he'd taken another route to Trouble, Pennsylvania. Then he'd never have rescued a tire-iron-toting, drop-dead-gorgeous woman whose crazy aunts had stolen her shoes and keys and left her more than a little pissed off. There was no way he was ready to get involved with someone like Jennifer, let alone the decades-old murder case swirling around her nutty family! But writer Jennifer Feeney was one provocative package. And her latest bestseller had stirred up a whole lot of trouble. Which meant that, between rescuing her again and again, Mike had fallen for her, big-time. Just the way he'd promised himself he wouldn't. Now it looks as if her family's past is going to catch up with both of them, and it's time for Mike to choose-solve the case-or get the girl.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
She's No Angel 27 Jun 2007
By MNix - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Michael Taylor is visiting his grandfather, Mortimer Potts, in the very small town of Trouble, Pennsylvania, when he sees the beautiful Jennifer Feeney walking barefoot on the side of the road. He discovers that Jen is currently engaged in a battle with her crazy aunts Ivy and Ida Mae. Mike gives her a ride, but after dropping her off, he can't get her out of his mind.

Mike is a New York City detective. Jen writes self-help books for women. Mike doesn't want anyone unpredictable or unstable in his life and Jen's crazy antics make her the type of woman he wants to avoid, but he can't seem to stay away from her. Jen may not want a protector, but she does want Mike. Even with one mystery after another surrounding them, Jen and Mike's romance may be too hot to stop.

She's No Angel takes an incredibly sexy guy and a tough, beautiful woman and combines their sexy romance with some zany family members and a few mysteries. She's No Angel is an entertaining, suspenseful and fun story. Here Comes Trouble told the story of Max Taylor, and She's No Angel is Mike's. There's one Taylor brother left, and I would love to read about the mysterious and adventurous Morgan Taylor!

Nannette
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Welcome Back to Trouble! 21 Jun 2007
By Patti Fischer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
It's just another uneventful visit to Trouble to see his grandfather for Mike Taylor until he spies a pretty lady walking on the road in the middle of nowhere. She's barefoot and carrying a tire iron, and though the cop in Mike is cautious, the curiosity about her wins out. Mike believes his trip just got a little brighter until he learns who she is - Jennifer Feeney - and she's the niece of the wacky Feeney ladies, Ivy and Ida Mae.

Jen only suggested to her aunts that they check out a retirement center. She didn't expect they'd make her life hell by dumping her off on the side of the road. Well, she can handle her relatives. Too bad the same can't be said about Mike Taylor. Oh, he's nice and friendly, but he clearly doesn't like her aunts and he'll be put off by Jen when he finds out she's the sarcastic author of the bestselling "hate all men" books. But wouldn't you know it? The two unlikeliest people to get together seem to always end up in the same place, with Mike generally rescuing Jen. Is it fate, or the matchmaking shenanigans of someone in Trouble?

Several months ago, Jen's aunts kidnapped Mike's grandfather, Mortimer Potts. Though Mortimer didn't suffer any lasting effects, the women are a force to be reckoned with in Trouble. Ivy and Ida Mae don't want to be forced out of their homes by Jen, who only thought she was doing them a favor. Despite all the problems she's having with her aunts, Jen can't help her attraction to Mike, but is afraid that her male bashing books will ruin any romance. Mike is still recovering from a shooting that has left him wary of romance. Two people not looking for love can't possibly fall in love, right?

SHE'S NO ANGEL is the sequel to HERE COMES TROUBLE and what a wonderful follow up it is. Mix in a little suspense - who is making threatening calls to Jen. Throw in a little history - did Aunt Ivy have more to do with her late husband's death than she let's on? Will the real truth ever be found out? It all adds up to a highly entertaining tale that will keep readers turning the page to see what happens next. Two people honor bound by family ties have to get it all sorted out before they can take the next step to happiness. With several threads going on throughout SHE'S NO ANGEL, you can't help but wonder how they all tie in...but they do.

Leslie Kelly has deftly mixed comedy, suspense, and romance in a purely enjoyable story that's sure to please readers. Welcome back to Trouble. You may not want to leave.

Patti Fischer
Romance Reviews Today
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
entertaining contemporary romantic suspense 6 July 2007
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Trouble, Pennsylvania town owner wealthy octogenarian Mortimer Potts loves his grandsons, but is particularly concerned that Michael is becoming cold due to his work as a New York City police officer. He thinks Mike needs a woman who will warm him up when the job turns unbearable. He selects author Jennifer Feeney in spite of her damaged ancestry; her aunts are the eccentrically crazy Ida Mae and Ivy.

When Mike comes to see his grandfather, he "accidentally" meets Jennifer, who is in town from New York visiting family. Sparks fly between them and continues to ignite even when they return to the city. As a stalker harasses Jen, Mike tries to keep her safe even as they become lovers. However, although she loves her protective cop, she wonders how a relationship can last between a macho take charge cop and an unfettered writer.

From the moment they meet when she tries to hit him with a tire iron and he knew he found trouble in Trouble, readers are hooked. The story line is fast-paced as Mike falls in love while rescuing his beloved several times and becoming embroiled in her lunatic aunts' "ancient history" homicide mystery. As with HERE COMES TROUBLE, the cast is eccentric, the romance is fun and the whodunit is delightful as Leslie Kelly provides an entertaining contemporary romantic suspense.

Harriet Klausner
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Go get yourself into some Trouble 30 Jun 2007
By F. Chen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Quick summary:
I loved this! Great characters--an especially yummy hero and a smart, interesting heroine, wonderful supporting cast; great story--involving plot, good pacing, excellent tension between the protagonists... humor and romance balance well with an engrossing story. Overall, a well-written, nicely balanced romance. What's not to like??

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She's No Angel was a pleasure to read--I would have said guilty pleasure, but I don't have anything to feel guilty about! Guilty pleasure somehow implies that there's something embarrassing or not-good-for you about what you've consumed, but She's No Angel is well-written with an interesting plot and strong, likeable main characters and a whole host of entertaining supporting characters to meet and follow. It's simply a good read!

She's No Angel is Ms. Kelly's fourth story set in the town of Trouble, Pennsylvania, and have characters that appear in all of them so that as you read, it feels a bit like you're getting to know these small-town folks. (But you don't need to have read the previous books to enjoy this one completely.) The "man behind the curtain" is the incredibly wealthy Mortimer Potts, who's recently bought most of Trouble and is trying to get this forsaken town back on its feet. He's dabbling in matchmaking, too...

I loved She's No Angel--Ms. Kelly's created some incredibly likeable characters who are engaging from the very first pages. Of course Jennifer Feeney and Mike Taylor are gorgeous and funny and sexy and really smart, but they're also people I wouldn't mind actually knowing as friends. And though some of the plot details are out the realm of my mundane existence (for instance, I don't have any experience with being drop-dead gorgeous, writing best-sellers, or spending time with multi-millionaires), so much of what is at the core is stuff I can completely relate to--the mixed feelings for family members who you cannot choose, the delicate balancing act that interacting with said relatives can be, the need to be needed and loved--Ms. Kelly articulates all these and more so well and pulls together a terrific and absorbing story.

I'm not sure there's much more to be said except go out and get Ms Kelly's books and get into some Trouble! You'll only be sorry if you don't!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Do yourself a favor and get this book, it's great fun! 28 Jun 2007
By Laurie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
From the moment NYC cop Mike Taylor meets author Jennifer Feeney, there's never a dull moment. Not in a slapstick kind of way, but there's an unmistakable attraction right off the bat, and clever banter that will make you smile - repeatedly. Mike is in Trouble, PA to visit his aging grandfather when he runs into Jen walking alongside the road, barefoot and wielding a tire-iron, muttering something about murdering her two aunts. After he rescues her from the side of the road again the next day after another episode with her nutty aunts, and then the two are thrown together at a dinner party soon after, it's clear (this is a romance, after all) that the two are going to hook up. When Mike learns that Jen has been threatened, seemingly by an unhappy reader, he quickly steps in to keep her safe. Mike's grandfather is a fun-loving, worldly old guy who seems to have an endless array of matchmaking skills up his sleeve. Between the grandfather and his British butler, Jen's two aunts and a mysterious murder looming from their past, and a side romance that is just too sweet, the secondary characters are a colorful addition to Mike and Jen's romance, serving to round out a very entertaining book. Fun quips from Jen's "books" open each chapter and I found myself looking forward to them.
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