I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Trouble Next Door by Stefanie London Published by Entangled Publishing, LLC (Lovestruck) on November 13th 2017 Genres: Contemporary, Romance Pages: 192 Format: eARC Source: the author Goodreads Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks McKenna Prescott is the queen of picking the wrong men. When her latest boyfriend dumps her, she decides to devote her time to “exploring herself” (read: drinking wine and ordering sex toys online) and starting her freelance makeup business. That is, until an embarrassing delivery mix-up puts her sexy, gruff neighbor in her path… Beckett Walsh is married to his job…which is a deal-breaker for the woman he’s supposed to be marrying. Even worse, his would-be father-in-law has pulled support from Beckett’s startup and now Beckett stands to lose everything. But the gorgeous, […]
Author: Stefanie London
I was happy to hang out at First for the brief amount of time we spent here, and as usual, I’m excited to see what Stefanie London will do next. -Smut Matters
I believed in these two as a couple. I think they’re the kind of couple who will only grow closer and grow better the longer they’re together. They each have lessons to learn from the other, and they’re open to doing so. Their connection is immediate and palpable. – Smut Matters
if you’re looking to up your holiday romance quotient, if you need a fun, charming story to help you escape the garbage fire we’re all currently dealing with, if you’re just looking for a good book, pick this one up. – Smut Matters
Overall, this was a really fun, sexy story. I can’t wait to read more from Stefanie London.
The heat between them was apparent from their first meeting, even through their bickering about him following her around. And, really, what is good bickering besides the best kind of foreplay? – Smut Matters
These two were really charming together. They were there for each other and supported each other in ways they hadn’t experienced before. Neither of them were used to having someone in their corner, someone there just for them, and it was really sweet to see how they learned to recognize and accept that. – Smut Matters