Nothing But Trouble

Rated 3.00/5 based on 4 reviews
Stoney Buxton needs to raise cash fast to save the family ranch after a barn fire left the family finances in ruin. Re-entering the rodeo circuit seems like the best way to get the money he needs...until Melanie Summers shows up at his ranch asking him to guide her through the Wyoming wilderness for a month. Is she the answer to his prayers...or nothing but trouble to his cowboy heart? More

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About Lisa Mondello

I'm a self described romance and music junky. I writer just about every kind of romance story out there. I'm currently writing Inspirational fiction for Harlequin Love Inspired Romance, but have my backlist of books ready to self publish. My Fate with a Helping Hand in Massachusetts series will be published in the fall of 2011.

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Review by: zen on June 05, 2014 :
Usual cowboy romance, greatly written though
(review of free book)

Review by: Whitney (Shooting Stars Reviews) on June 03, 2013 : (no rating)
I love books with cowboy's, farms, and ranches. And this one was no different. I really enjoyed this book!

It starts out with Melanie being a city girl needing a tour guide for a month in the mountains. So she finds a cowboy who needs the money to save his family's ranch, and offers him this opportunity for a whole month with her in the mountains.
Things start out really rocky between them because they each have a major attraction to the other, but they aren't going to act on it. And Melanie is bound and determined to prove to her father, herself, and to Stoney that she can make it in the mountains.

There is a lot more to Melanie than just a rich girl, she has a lot of depth, and secret that she doesn't want anyone to know about because of how her parents have treated her because of the "secret."

I thought Melanie was slightly dumb keeping this a secret but I guess I understood some what. But I really didn't understand why Stoney acted the way he did towards the end, I really thought he was being a jerk about everything.

The book turned out to be pretty good. I did enjoy it a lot.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Beverly S on Nov. 12, 2012 : (no rating)
My thoughts:
Once again Lisa Mondello has created fantastic characters, the kind of people that you wish truly lived, and set them in a wonderful story. The book reads fast, drawing you in at the very start; making you love the characters more and more with each turn of the page. You feel what they feel and almost seem to be living through the struggles with them.
She carries a feeling of strong family bonds and ties throughout her books.
She is such a great storyteller. Do not miss out on this or any of her other titles.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: judy kay on Jan. 27, 2012 : (no rating)
Great book. Can't wait for more from this author.

Thank You.
Judy K
(review of free book)

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