The Trouble With Green

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Josie Loyshner has a big problem: Bad boy Nathan Brown just sauntered through the door of her earth-friendly inn looking for a room. Worse, her architect husband wants to invite him to the bar for a drink.

Nothing about Nathan has ever been simple, and his arrival now, when her business and her marriage are on the rocks, can only mean trouble. If only she knew how much. More

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About Liv James

Novels by Liv James include Retreat, The Trouble With Green and One for the Road.

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Review by: William Peter Grasso on Aug. 07, 2011 :
We’ve probably all known women like Josie Loysher. She’s strong, determined, attractive, and able to convert her dream into a successful enterprise. But beneath her composed, professional veneer and earth-toned wardrobe, there’s a terrible secret. When that secret becomes a deadly instrument in an ultra-hostile corporate takeover of her business, will she find a way to overcome the past and still survive?

I must confess that when I began reading this book, I expected little more than the standard Lifetime MOW format: some man screwed me over! But I was delighted to find it far superior. With an exacting eye for detail that paints vivid, memorable pictures, Liv James has created an intelligent story, full of interesting, well-developed characters. Even when Josie finds herself dangerously over her head, Ms. James never swerves into damsel-in-distress clichés. Give this book a try…you’ll find it difficult to put down.
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Review by: Pink Maiden on July 04, 2011 :
I really do like mystery/detective stories. I have to say, I really did enjoy this book. I thought the main character was delightful and very likeable. The plot was great and it flowed nicely throughout the book, I was intrigued until the end. The story was original and nicely thought out. I do have to say though, I really liked the original cover better than this one. Ms. James, you did a wonderful job, keep up the great work and I look forward to reading more of your writings.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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