Trouble Me

Trouble Me Review

TROUBLE ISN’T THE ONLY THING ON HER MIND.
 
The youngest and wildest of the Radcliffe sisters, Jade is the last to return home to her family’s sprawling Virginia horse farm and its unsettling memories. She never planned on a night of passion with a stranger before starting her new life as a teacher and riding instructor—or the shock of recognizing the man who gave her so much pleasure standing right there in her classroom.

Officer Rob Cooper is stunned. Not only is the woman who rocked his world his daughter’s second grade teacher, but she’s the troubled teen whom he blames for his wife’s death years ago. Worse, now that he sees her in the light of day, he wants her more than ever. Time has softened Jade’s hard, rebellious edge—she’s spirited, honest, and sexy to distraction. But will the feelings ignited in the heat of desire be enough to heal a past that needs forgiving?


From the Paperback edition.

Title:Trouble Me
Edition Language:English

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  • Anne OK

    You can’t go wrong when you choose a book by Laura Moore. The Rosewood Trilogy is a true treasure of stories centering around three sisters and their struggles to keep their cherished Rosewood Farm....

  • PepperP0t

    In this final entry to the series youngest sister Jade Radcliffe has outgrown her angry teen rebel years. College degree and certificates in hand, she's on her way home to become Warburg's newest seco...

  • Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews

    Originally posted at: http://www.longandshortreviews.blogsp...The Rosewood novels are a pleasure to read. Laura Moore’s stories are her canvas, and she paints each page with vivid descriptions, real...

  • Romancing the Book

    Posted on Romancing the Book's blogReveiwed by StaceyReview Copy Provided by the AuthorTrouble Me is the third and final book in the Rosewood trilogy and Laura Moore wastes no time in heating things u...

  • Wanderlust

    Cover & Title - 3/5Favorite Character - JadeThe story starts of with a steamy sex scene in a hotel between Jade & Rob. The sex scenes in this book aren't frequent but they are passionate. The chemistr...

  • Jackie

    After reading three of Laura Moore's books, I see that she's ideologically consistent: women are slightly in peril (hero interferes when unpleasant men are hitting on the heroine in a bar; hero cautio...

  • Terri Nguyen

    Good story but WAY too many details that did not move the story along....

  • Jessica

    Enter Jade, the smart aleck baby sister with more tragedy and trouble in her short life than is fair. She wants to be the 'good girl', but it's so hard. The cop is a good guy, but Jade makes him very ...

  • Dorine

    Jade’s anxious to start a riding school for children, until she realizes how much her past may disrupt her future. Officer Rob Cooper doesn’t expect his nameless out of town one-night-stand to be...

  • Michelle

    I started late on this series, with book 3, so this is my first Laura Moore book. I did not feel that missing the first two in this series hurt my understanding of this book at all. There are a lot of...