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Here Comes Trouble

Donna Kauffman

ISBN 9780758231338
Publish Date 1/26/2010
Format Trade Paperback
Categories Brava, Contemporary
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A child of Vegas, Brett Hennessey knows about luck—especially the bad kind. But when this poker superstar hops on his Harley to outrun Lady Misfortune and ends up at a pretty B&B run by an even prettier proprietor, he can’t help thinking he’s stumbled onto a winning streak…

Sure, Kirby Farrell’s new B&B ski lodge opened to the warmest winter in Vermont memory, but fate brought her a bad boy on a hot bike and settled him into her best room. She’s still broke, but the view across the breakfast table has definitely improved…

Only now Brett’s past has finally caught up to him. He has two choices: run again—and lose the best hand fortune’s dealt him yet. Or stay and risk everything for something he never thought would come his way...

About Donna Kauffman:

Donna Kauffman is the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of over 70 novels, translated and sold in more than 26 countries around the world. Born into the maelstrom of Washington, D.C., politics, she now lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, where she is surrounded by a completely different kind of wildlife. A contributing blogger for, she is also a DIYer, a baker, a gardener and a volunteer transporter for the Wildlife Center of Virginia and Rockfish Sanctuary. Please visit her online at


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A review from Coffee Time Romance (Friday, January 29, 2010)

Here Comes Trouble is a great book full of picturesque beauty and steamy scenes. Ms. Kauffman shows the reader how two people with similar backgrounds overcome some very harsh odds that have them achieving major goals in life and making something of themselves. Brett has mixed characteristics like riding a motorcycle yet getting a manicure. Kirby is a woman who has had to learn the hard way not to trust anyone except herself. Both personas have realistic qualities about them that bring this tale to life and will leave the reader happy knowing they have picked a good book to read.

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