Allergic to fun
He’s all dirty jokes and curse words, while she’s quiet and shy. She blends into the background, while he is the center of everyone’s attention.
Clay Mitchell never expected to fall in love. Especially not with a girl he’s known all his life and one who’s always been off-limits.
Opposites might attract, but in this case of explosive chemistry, someone’s heart is bound to be shattered.
As enemies become friends and friends morph into more; Clay has definitely met his match.
Looking for Trouble was a good read about college frenemies that struggle with what they really are to one another. Clay and Kat have know each other for years and have been like oil and water. They clash about everything and throw jabs at each other whenever they can.
These two are opposites in every way possible yet they run in the same circle of friends. When I first started reading I honestly thought it was going to be two different love stories because to me there was no way these two would ever even be caught alone together.
Things come crashing down on Kat and her whole perspective on her life changes. Clay gets swallowed up by it too and together they struggle with the new feelings they are both experiencing.
“Kat hasn’t noticed that the only female I’ve spent anytime with recently…is her. No one else holds my interest.”
Clay the manwhore was morphing before my eyes as I read. As the reader you could see what they were both feeling in their POV chapters yet they were both still clueless as to what they were feeling. This was a book that made me want to shake BOTH main characters.
Looking for Trouble was sweet and sexy with a smidgen of angst!
About the Author
She’s also the single mom of three amazingly crazy boys and since she’s a transplanted Yankee, considers herself a big city girl living in a small town. Because she can’t live in the cities she loves – Nashville, New York, Chicago – she writes about people who do instead. When she isn’t writing, you can usually find her curled up with a sexy book, or more accurately, scrolling through Tumblr. She also isn’t afraid to admit her favorite addictions: Tumblr GIF’s, social media, Spotify, Dr. Pepper, and of course, dirty books. Hunky heroes with control issues and strong heroines who stand up to them are her weakness. She loves to talk books – not just her own – with anyone, so send her a message!
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