The Trouble with Romance
In the sequel to The Trouble with Playing Cupid, December’s best friend and agent, Clarissa Gregory, finds herself as the latest person destined for love.
Love never felt so good for pop singer December Brown and her boyfriend, Hollywood heartthrob, Tom Elmswood. A year later and they’re still crazy about each other. Now it’s their turn to be the well meaning but still pretty terrible matchmakers.
Except, for Clarissa, it isn’t only meddling friends pushing her towards the dashing detective Peter, but fate itself.
Will December convince the cynical Clarissa to take a chance on romance? Or is she right, that love really is just too much trouble?
Also includes Bonus Story, Have Love.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book as always with Tamara Philip March 1, 2015
Enough about the friendship though, this time around it’s Clarissa’s (December’s best friend) chance at love, but as we can all relate to, love is never easy or come at exactly the moment that you’re expecting it. I’d have to say there is quite a bit of suspense in this book and if you’re up for a wild ride, this is the book for you.
Author of the Liliana Series