I love Rahcel Gibson! I've bought everyone of her books and I've faithfully read them all as well. Her last book "Daisy" was sad and a HUGE letdown. "Trouble" though is a HUGE step back in the right direction. Not only do we get to re-visit Gospel but the characters both primary and secondary add color and life to a storyline that is far from new and fresh. Rob Sutter was a DOG in the past. He was into women way too much. To the point of being a cheat but than he picks the wrong lady and all holy hannah breaks loose when she turns pyscho, stalker and shoots him not once but three times, effectivly ending his hockey career. Knowing that life as he knew it was over Rob heads to his mom to recover and put his life back together. He is successful in doing this in Gospel Idaho. He is on a ski vacation when he runs into Kate. Now Kate has her own issues. She used to be a P.I. but her last case was the straw that broke the camels back so to speak. She needs to take a break and decides to leave Las Vegas and head to Gospel, Idaho to visit with her grandfather. Maybe, just maybe she will get some clarity. Of course first she has to get there and a stop at a hotel along the way leads to one embaressed incident that just so happens to take place on Valentine's Day and with Rob Sutter of all people. Thinking that she will never set eyes on the jerk again she makes her way to Gosepl and is trying to fit in when one day her grandfather calls her out of the backroom of the grocery store he owns to introduce her to...yup her worst nightmare. Yummy Rob Sutter. Now what's a girl to do? Well, Gospel is small and they are bound to run into each other a lot. So they really have no choice except to let nature take it's course.... Rob and Kate were alternatly obnoxious and fun protagonists. Rob is a jerk. There is no two ways about this. What makes him a "hero" is the fact that he learns from his mistakes and if anything is too careful. Kate on the other hand is strong but at the same time lacks self confidence. They both bring out the good in the other and this is why their romance is believable and entertaining. The secondary storyline of Grace and Stanley is just that...a second story that's just an "extra" treat for readers. The towns people are not as prevelent as they were in the past, but they are still fun and add just the right amount of fun without being over the top. Although this is not one of my favorites by this author, she has redeemed herself with me. I highly recommend this author and this story is worth picking up.