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Nothing But Trouble Mass Market Paperback – 1 May 2010
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"Gibson's straightforward story of "the one," and the one that got away, is wrapped in sexual tension so hot your palms will sweat."--Booklist on Not Another Bad Date
"With humor an deloquent prose, Gibson brings substance and depth to this loving, modern romance."--Publishers Weekly (starred review) on True Love and Other Disasters
With humor an deloquent prose, Gibson brings substance and depth to this loving, modern romance. --Publishers Weekly (starred review) on True Love and Other Disasters"
Gibson s straightforward story of the one, and the one that got away, is wrapped in sexual tension so hot your palms will sweat. --Booklist on Not Another Bad Date"
Lively, hot, and full of sassy wit, Idaho-based Gibson's latest hilarious hockey turn combines nonstop fun with a touching dash of authenticity.--Library Journal
-With humor an deloquent prose, Gibson brings substance and depth to this loving, modern romance.---Publishers Weekly (starred review) on True Love and Other Disasters
-Gibson's straightforward story of -the one,- and the one that got away, is wrapped in sexual tension so hot your palms will sweat.---Booklist on Not Another Bad Date
When opposites attract, the sparks start to fly... More brilliantly funny and red-hot sexy drama from the fabulous Rachel Gibson. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
The main two characters in this book are hockey player Mark Bressler, and his new PA Chelsea Ross. Mark has been in a car accident which has ended his career as a hockey player, and as such he's permanently in a bad mood through his pain and frustration. Chelsea is the opposite, bright, bubbly and always annoying Mark with her zest for helping him and for life. I thought both characters were fantastic to read about, and although you can probably guess the ending without having to pick up the book at all, I enjoyed the twists and turns it took the pair to get there, and the chemistry between them is positively sizzling throughout! I really enjoyed thier arguments, some funny and some awful but they really keep the pace of the story going. I loved Mark, he is a dark and brooding character but you can't help but like him despite his rotten attitude, and Chelsea is so bubbly and nice, you just can't not like her!Read more ›
However I like this author and have order more of her books and I think it's definitely worth a read!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Rachel Gibson is my Favourite author! You wont want to put this down once you get started! Highly recommend all her books!!!!!!!!Published on 25 Oct. 2013 by Mrs B
I lived this book so much, it just goes to show you should never judge done one before getting to know them! Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2013 by Zoexxx
Loved this book, It was funny in places, serious and sexy. Well written and great story line.
Would recommend to family and friends
Love Rachel Gibson books! They are real pick you up books, can't get enough of them. Have read most of these ice hockey books, this one I read on my 4 hour plane trip!Published on 10 Sept. 2012 by tinksy2
Love this series this is book four in the Chinocks Hockey series and is another funny romantic fun read loved this loved them all! Read morePublished on 25 July 2012 by Kelly Wootton
I have read all Rachel Gibson's book and I wasn't disappointed with this one. A good, light hearted read as with all of her books.Published on 24 Jan. 2012 by jojo
I had never read any of Rachel Gibsons books before and received this copy as part of the Transworld Reading Challenge. Read morePublished on 26 Dec. 2011 by Karen86