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    Strong Showing for Book #2 of the Alpine Valley Se

    GOOD TROUBLE Alpine Valleys–Book 2 by author Laura Simpson provides the readers with another batch of interesting, well-developed characters. Some of the supporting characters were in Book One and are very much felt in this storyline. The protagonists, Annie, the Physical Therapist and Erik, the Football Player/Viking/Lumberjack. Erik is very attracted to Annie and during his PT appointments is always asking her out to which she refuses. Then complications from her past resurfaces back in England, her homeland. Her brother calls. She has not spoken to him or any family member in four years due to a horrific accident. She left at the urging of her evil mother. Annie has long held the belief that because of her, her brother is a paraplegic but, when he calls her out of the blue and they finally talk he sets the record straight on that and soon thereafter shows up on her doorstep with her ex boyfriend. Erik and Annie continue to become close despite their agreement. Then not only does have Annie have these unexpected family issues, Erik also has unexpected family that appears and severely test long held beliefs. Will both be open to hear different stories? Or, are their perceptions fixed? Will they be able to move beyond all the nonsense and into a relationship? I liked this storyline. The group of women were supportive of each other and were inclusive. The flow of the storyline read well with my only complaint being the same as it was for book one...the name of the first person needs to be the head of a chapter. Again, it is irksome to be reading almost a paragraph without knowing if this is Annie or Erik perspective. I am recommending this book for your reading enjoyment and pleasure. While it can be read alone, I do think you would enjoy it more if you read book one, Beyond Today, so you can meet the women, Molly, Hannah, Leslie. Peace. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Awesome

    I loved this storyline that is well written and flows smoothly while having well developed and engaging characters with plenty of chemistry helps keep my attention till the end. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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