Genres: Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Women's Fiction
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A laugh-out-loud romantic mystery! "Deliciously frothy, and small comedic details abound." - Publishers Weekly Sometimes the best laid plans go sideways . . . Three single female mystery book editors in Manhattan have personal and professional problems galore-which seem to intersect with one bad-boy agent. When they set out to humiliate their problematic playboy, their plans go horribly awry. The women suddenly realize that when it comes to friendship, flirtation and felony, they're in a WHOLE LOTTA TROUBLE! "A fun plot, a great cast of characters and a small glimpse into the world of publishing." -The Best Reviews "Stephanie Bond seems to get so much enjoyment out of writing her stories that the joy spills over to the reader. If you like a dash of mystery, outlandish situations, great characters, and enjoy laughing, then this is the book for you." -AOL Romance Fiction Forum "An author who has remained on my 'must-buy' list for years." -Romance Reviews Today
About five years ago, I went on to What to Read Next and stumbled across a new favorite author. If you’ve never used this website before, you should. Basically you put in a book or an author favorite, and it will give you a list of books that are similar.
I happen to enter Janet Evanovich and the website suggested the author Stephanie Bond. I then proceeded to read several of her books with gleeful voracity.
Well, last night I was on the hunt for an entertaining read. I opened Kindle Unlimited and started browsing. Imagine my surprise when I noticed my old favorite Stephanie Bond has several of her books in the Unlimited library. I couldn’t be happier!
Whole Lotta Trouble was a lot of fun. A mystery and a romantic comedy all rolled up in one. The two main female characters are strong working women who happened to be total opposites of each other, yet make perfect best friends. They are quirky and real. It’s fun to see them navigate work, romance, and murder. I found them completely relatable and would love having them as real life friends.
It was fun seeing a relationship unfold between Tallie and Keith. Kelly has some serious insecurities she needs to get over and it’s nice to see her grow with the help of a good man.
Time for me to go… I need to get back to Mad About You.