Sunday, 14 September 2014

The Troublemaker Next Door by Marie Harte

The Troublemaker Next Door by Marie Harte
The McCauley Brothers #1

Published on 3 June 2014
Genre: Romance
Page Count: 337

Synopsis
He can fix her sink, but can he wrench his way into her heart?

Flynn McCauley never thought he’d be so cliché as to fall for the girl next door. But when Maddie calls him over to help fix her faulty sink, he’s a goner. Too bad the fiercely independent interior designer wants nothing to do with him. Even worse, he’s forced to rely on the advice of his nosy brothers—and his five-year-old nephew!—to figure out how to make her give him a shot.


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Picked up this book after I saw the review at Caffeinated Book Reviewer and know that I will enjoy reading this book. We get to met the McCauley brothers--the whole lot of them--though this book focuses mainly on Flynn (nice name by the way). I enjoy reading the brotherly bonds--how they'd tease, fight and care for one another. 

Maddie is a tough girl and had a super bad day and it just so happens that Flynn was in her house, which she shared with 2 Abby and Vanessa, when she was venting to Abby. Imagine her shock when Maddie found out that there's a stranger in her house who heard her rant--but no, she turned her anger on him. Interesting right?

Maddie was told to apologize to the poor man, who came to help them with their sink, and so she did. The chemistry between the two of them was prevalent throughout the book and Maddie was just too stubborn to realize what was it she was feeling. *rolls eyes* Kudos to Flynn though! I had to admire his patience throughout their whole encounter and "agreement" and it came to a surprise to me that he was the one who realized his feelings first. 

I laughed a little at the epilogue, totally taken aback by the small surprise there. I'll definitely be picking up the second book and read about the second McCauley Brother. 



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2 comments:

  1. This sounds fun! Great review!

    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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  2. Sorry for the late reply. It's definitely a fun read. :)

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