Serving Up Trouble by Jill Shalvis Release Date: August 15, 2003 Publisher: Harlequin Special Release Standalone Number of Pages: 256 Kindle Edition Source: MCL Contemporary Romance M/F Rating: R Read 6/6/18 to 6/8/18
I’ve had some hits and misses when it comes to reading this author’s older library. After recently catching up on her amazing Heartbreaker Bay series I was really hoping this wouldn’t be a miss. So I’m happy to say…Whew! I actually really enjoyed this one.
Angie is really such a ray of sunshine. Not only does she bring a smile to pretty much anyone she interacts with, she is genuinely a really good person to her soul. Poor Sam doesn’t know how to deal with someone like Angie. She doesn’t let that deter her, though.
This story is really about self-acceptance and being true to yourself. Both Sam and Angie have been burned enough to know they had not time for anyone who would expect them to change. But they also know their own minds enough to know they have something special between them.
It’s always a joy to read a solid Jill Shalvis book. Fingers crossed my next throw-back Shalvis is as wonderful as this one.