About Landin’ in Trouble

landin in trouble

One woman is about to ruin everything.

They call me Landon-In-Trouble for a reason. I think it has something to do with my dimples and
ability to charm my way out of anything. And if causing a little trouble grabs the attention of a beautiful woman, even better.
The spotlight and I are old friends and perfect partners.

That is, until Brynn Foster dances her way into my life and my heart. She’s stunning and
everything I never knew I wanted—grounded, down-to-earth, good with kids. She has this ability
to see right through my usual crap to the dark secrets beneath. But that’s just the problem–although my charm may have won her over once, it won’t be enough to keep her. She already gave up a career in the spotlight. There’s no way she’s going to compete with my need to still be in it, whether I have dimples or not.

So it’s time for an impossible choice: the life I always craved or the woman who’s unexpectedly
stolen my heart.

Landin’ in Trouble is a sweet and sizzling closed-door romcom that will have you laughing out
loud. It also includes the sensitive topic of disordered eating. Please be aware should this be a triggering subject for you.

My review

I love these books set in Creekville! The characters there, especially Gran, are some of my favorite characters ever. I loved that we get to see both the now and the then chapters in this book. It really helped to understand Landon and Brynn’s relationship. And how they got where they are.

Both Landon and Brynn have done some growing and changing. But neither is really sure of the other. And that makes things between them a little awkward at first. I loved the way Brynn is pretending to be engaged, on Izzy’s advice. But Landon knows and she doesn’t know he knows. This whole beginning bit made me laugh.

This is a rom-com. But it deals with some serious things. Brynn’s disordered eating is a huge one. I love how the reader can tell she was trying to get over it. But…it’s one of those things that just seems to get stuck in your mind. It’s hard to get over that kind of thing.

This book was one of those books. It made me laugh. I worried over the characters in different spots. And I just loved the ending. I’ll be thinking about this one for a while.

I was sent an e-copy of Landin’ in Trouble as a gift from the author. All opinions are my own.

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