REVIEW: “Nothing But Trouble” by Susan May Warren

NothingButTrouble_WarrenAs always, Susan’s book managed to pull me in right from the very beginning, and I couldn’t put it down ’til I finished it. All of the characters were very well fleshed-out, and the scenarios presented were realistic enough.

While I figured out who-done-it LONG before the book said who it was, I still really enjoyed seeing how everything would unfold. 😉

Basically… PJ Sugar left town 10 years ago after getting into trouble ~ that she says she didn’t cause. Now she’s back to care for her nephew, Davy, while her sister goes on her honeymoon. And, PJ is getting into more trouble.

First, there’s her old flame, Boone, who she’s having a hard time avoiding. Then there’s Jeremy, a mysterious “pizza delivery guy” who seems to be stalking her.

Lastly, PJ gets involved in investigating a murder mystery in order to clear her friend’s husband’s name from charges she doesn’t believe he deserves.

A really great book, and highly recommended! 😀

Rated: A+

0 Replies to “REVIEW: “Nothing But Trouble” by Susan May Warren”

  1. This sounds like an interesting book. And your review really makes me want to track it down and read it. Thanks for the recommendation! 🙂

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