The Trouble with Love by Beth Ciotta
A Cupcake Lovers Novel (The Cupcake Lovers)

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The "suspense" plot was weak and implausible. It didn't really have anything to do with the rest of the story, and while the resolution wasn't surprising, it also wasn't particularly logical or believable.
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THE TROUBLE WITH LOVE
BETH CIOTTA
Rocky Monroe's bad luck is legendary. So it stands to reason that during a quick trip to New York on behalf of the Cupcake Lovers' forthcoming book, she winds up in the arms of the one man she never wants to see again. So what if he's also the man she can't stop dreaming about? Mouth-watering Jayce Bello has always been Rocky's biggest mistake, and she's not going to let history repeat itself … unless she gets a new taste of his delicious kisses.
When Jayce Bello left Sugar Creek ten years ago, it was the right thing to do—for him and for Rocky, his best friend's little sister. But one passionate night with gorgeous, reckless Rocky is enough to prove that she's the missing ingredient in his happiness. Now, with scandalous secrets souring the sweetness of the Cupcake Lovers' club, Jayce needs to convince Rocky that their love is something to savor …

 

About Beth Ciotta

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Storytelling comes naturally to award-winning author Beth Ciotta. Dubbed "fun and sexy" by Publisher's Weekly, Beth is published in contemporary, historical, steampunk and paranormal romantic fiction. "I can't think of anything more fulfilling than writing stories where everyone (except the villain, of course) gets a happy ending!" A retired professional performer, Beth now pours her artistic passion into her writing.
 
Published March 26, 2013 by St. Martin's Paperbacks. 347 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane Granville on May 13 2013

The "suspense" plot was weak and implausible. It didn't really have anything to do with the rest of the story, and while the resolution wasn't surprising, it also wasn't particularly logical or believable.

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