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Along Came Trouble by [Kern, Erin]
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3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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"An unexpected surprise..."

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The third installment in Erin Kern's bestselling Trouble series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1288 KB
  • Print Length: 426 pages
  • Publisher: Forever (19 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00HG5HSQ6
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #291,813 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Clare O'Beara TOP 500 REVIEWER on 31 Dec. 2013
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This story is initially about running a family-owned restaurant in a small Wyoming town called Trouble.
Brody is the manager and has chef difficulties but asks a photographer to come along and take images of his latest menus. He then gets impressed with Elisa the photographer, though she's less impressed with the Caesar salad. When the chef is sacked in turn, the bartender turns out to have an unexpected flair for food preparation and design.

There were too many situations erupting at once, with Brody's young son needing care because his ex-wife was busy, Elisa who happened to be a friend of that woman stepping in, and various other family members and their issues getting introduced. These people appear to have been in other books but we really don't care about them if we have not read those books. Elisa has an issue with a website which is selling her images and not giving her payment. All this makes it hard to focus on the developing relationship between Brody and Elisa, which becomes an adult romance doomed to separation as Elisa takes on her dream challenge of photography work on the other side of the world.

I don't know about America, but in Ireland the sous-chefs - there were at least two - would appeal to their union if a bartender with no chef training was put in as chef. They'd want him to start by peeling vegetables, not designing and plating up meals. I failed to see why one of them could not move up as they seemed to be reliable at least. In a small town I also could not see it happening that Elisa didn't know who her good friend's ex-husband was, even though she hadn't lived there all her life.

This was a reasonable romance but would have been better if it was treated as a standalone instead of part of a series which readers had not necessarily read.
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Along Came Trouble by Erin Kern
Rating ***.5 3/5
Along Came Trouble is the third book in the romantic Trouble series but can be easily read as a standalone romantic novel.
Trouble is a small town in Wyoming and features the family-owned restaurant, the Golden Glove, managed by Brody McDermott, Martin McDermott’s son. Unfortunately, for the family and in particular, Brody the restaurant is failing due to the incompetence of a succession of chefs and subsequent bad reviews. Martin has given Brody one last chance to make the business viable.
Brody is the very handsome, sexually attractive but insecure father to Tyler; his only child by his ex-wife Kelly. Married at a very young age, although Brody loved his son, he was unable to make the marriage work and has as a consequence has carried his demons for a number of years.
Elisa Cordosa, is a beautiful, intelligent and down to earth former model who has graduated in photography and currently making a living in food photography. Although not the field of her choice, it is one she is very competent in.
The instant attraction when Brody hires Elisa, as a food photographer, is almost tangible but Brody’s inability to commit causes friction in the relationship.
Erin Kern’s skill to develop the relationships in her characters is well done and at times, humorous. Brody’s relationship, fraught with insecurities and angst, with his son is spot on and well written. Anyone who has involvement with split families cannot fail to be moved by this.
The passionate relationship between Brody and Elisa is well written. It is good to read about the developing union in both a romantic and sexual sense rather than reading about constant sexual acts. Do not get me wrong, the passion is all there and some.
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Another "hot" book. It ticked all the boxes with a good storyline that was easy to read. Enjoyable, light read
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