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He's not into relationships. She's done with idiots. But where there are friends...sometimes there are benefits. And sometimes the boy next door might be just what you need at the end of every day.
It's been the day from hell for Maddie Gardner. Instead of offering a promotion, her boss made a pass. She quit, and then got dumped by her lukewarm boyfriend. She's in the middle of a foul-mouthed meltdown when she notices her gorgeous green-eyed neighbor standing her in her kitchen.
Flynn McCauley never thought he'd be so cliche as to fall for the girl next door. But when he shows up to fix the sink in Maddie's apartment, he finds himself completely captivated.
When a ride home turns into more, Maddie and Flynn decide to keep things strictly casual-until Flynn wants more. But to get it he'll have to convince Maddie to give him a real shot.
An exquisite blend of humor and heat, "The Troublemaker Next Door "is a refreshing sexy contemporary romance. Fans of Marie Force, Samantha Young, Robin Kaye, and Julie James are sure to be enchanted by this no-strings-attached relationship that becomes far more precious than expected.
The McCauley Brothers Contemporary Romance Series:
The Troublemaker Next Door (Book 1)
How to Handle a Heartbreaker (Book 2): A romance writer, Abby knows a heartbreaker when she sees one. But Brody is determined to make sure their real-life love story gets her the happily-ever-after she deserves.
Ruining Mr. Perfect (Book 3): Vanessa Campbell is a CPA by day and a perfectionist by night. Cameron McCauley is just like Vanessa: smart, attractive, and usually right-except when dealing with her.
What to Do with a Bad Boy (Book 4): Tattooed and tough Delilah, working in a man's world, meets sexy single father Mike McCauley with a snarky lovable kid. Both are outsiders who fit best with each other.What readers are saying about "The Troublemaker Next Door"
"I absolutely adored this story Just thinking about it makes me grin...Humor and witty dialogue are par for the course, and the plot moves at a fast pace, keeping the reader fully entertained from beginning to end."
"The Troublemaker Next Door was such a pleasant surprise for me. I laughed, I fanned myself, and I highly recommend it."
"Whooo-eee, did this book SIZZLE "What reviewers are saying about "The Troublemaker Next Door"
"It was fun, snarky, steamy, and delivered a heartwarming romance."-Smut Book Junkie Book Reviews
"There is humor, laughter, emotional connections and a hero and heroine who strikes delightful sparks off of the other. It's a fast easy read with a lot to enjoy."-Long and Short Reviews
"Filled to bursting with humour, snappy dialogue and honest-to-God hot plumbers The Troublemaker Next Door is a fun read, and a great starter to what should be an entertaining series."-My Written Romance What everyone is saying about "New York Times "and "USA Today" bestselling author Marie Harte
"Ms. Harte has a writing style that rivals Nora Roberts, yet includes the steam that many readers like to read. Fun to read and wickedly hot."-Romantic Romp
"Ms. Harte has a writing style that rivals Nora Roberts, yet includes the steam that many readers like to read."
"Hot sex, good characters... Harte has a gift for writing hot sex scenes that are emotional and specific to her characters."-RT Book Reviews"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2014-04-07
- Reviewer: Staff
In this glaringly obvious setup for a series, Harte (Willa’s Wish) introduces Abby, Maggie, and Vanessa—three gorgeous, clever, and spunky young women whose personalities are almost interchangeable, right down to their mild insecurities about their perfect good looks. They’ve just moved in next to the three McCauley brothers, whose stereotypical macho behavior and “disheveled Adonis” looks make them just as monotonous. Each of the ladies has a personality quirk (one is bad at serious relationships, another is secretly sappy, another is bookish) that matches up perfectly to same personality quirk of one of the studs next door. First up is Maddie and Flynn, neither of whom has had any success finding a stable and meaningful relationship. The two of them are overwhelmed by their unbridled lust-at-first-sight, and the only barrier to achieving a romantic relationship seems to be a simple conversation. But with each character making assumptions, playing games, and inflicting petty revenges, the novel is an infuriatingly puerile slog. (June)