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ASKING FOR TROUBLE (Loveswept) ebook

by Mary Kay McComas

Asking for Trouble book. Mass Market Paperback, Loveswept 192 pages.

Asking for Trouble book. Published August 1991 by Bantam Books. Asking For Trouble by Mary Kay McComas is a romantic comedy set in Anywhere USA. I am not much of a romance reader but it was featured on my Kindle Unlimited and the premise sounded fun so I decuded to read it. The novel is like reading a Hallmark movie. All cutesy and no real substance.

Mary Kay McComas (Author). Series: Loveswept (Book 722).

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Sydney Wiesman is looking for an electric, passionate love-and she’s willing to do anything, even go on a television dating show, to make it happen.

Title: ASKING FOR TROUBLE (Loveswept) Author(s): Mary Kay McComas ISBN: 0-553-44146-9 .

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The Trouble with Magic Mary Kay McComas For Matt and Nick and Ben. It’s okay to believe in miracles. Your mom says so, and she has you as proof. Contents One Two Three. For Matt and Nick and Ben. May I help you, sir? the desk clerk asked. This is the gentleman I made the reservation for, Cyrus, a female voice said from directly behind him-a distinctly familiar female voice. I’m Harriet Wheaton, Mr. Dunsmore.

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More by Mary Kay McComas. Ms. Miller and the Midas Man (Loveswept). TROUBLE WITH MAGIC, THE (Loveswept, No 611). Got it Bad (Loveswept, No 793). Talk of the Town (Loveswept, No 738). SWEET DREAMIN' BABY (Loveswept No. 542).

Mary Kay McComas started her writing career 25 years ago. To date she’s written 21 short contemporary . To date she’s written 21 short contemporary romances, five. Asking for Trouble Open Road Media.

A Biography of Mary Kay McComas. ON OCTOBER SIXTEENTH HOLLY Ann Loftin died. The woman beside her turned a page in her book. The man shifted his legs uncomfortably and tried to ignore her. You must feel like you’ve been here for weeks, she said, and when he looked at her, she added, You look real uncomfortable, wadded up in your seat that way.

Sydney Wiesman and Tom Ghorman are drawn to each other in spite of the fact that their first date wound up being a disastrous comedy of errors, but Sydney soon learns the one thing about Tom that could keep her from loving him for the rest of her life
Love Mary K McComas Books. Characters are rich and stories moving! Highly Recommend!
Sydney and Tom met on a game show and their first date involved stuck elevators and muggings and stolen cars and arrests. Imagine their next date
Mary Kay’s stories are unique. That’s the best description I can provide. For an enjoyable contemporary romance, I definitely recommend her Loveswept books.
3.5 stars

I ended up enjoying this book in spite of a few irritating flaws. First, the positives: The book was well paced, had an entertaining premise, and was a very sweet love story. It is about a couple who meet on a TV dating show and have a laughably horrible first date. They get into one disaster after another, but despite it all, realize that they are meant to be together. It is endearing and mildly funny, something I like in a romance.

My main issue is constantly the switching POVs. From one paragraph to the next the POVs change, and often I found myself confused as to who was the person speaking. It was distracting. I would have liked it better if they switched from chapter to chapter or something more ordered. My second issue is that the book was a bit saccharine for my taste. It was full blown insta-love and despite some minor drama with his job description (a fun twist BTW that I saw coming but nevertheless I enjoyed), it was a sticky-sweet, happy read.

That being said, I did enjoy that book, it just might appeal to a different sort of reader more. I like a bit more grit in my romances and this was a smooth-sailing one.
Sydney Wiesman has picked Tom Ghorman for a date from a video-dating show called Electra Love. Their date starts out with Tom being 24 hours late, and esculates from there. Mary Kay knows just how to reach your funny bone as she spend 3/4's of the book on that first, unforgettable date. You keep saying to yourself, this can't be happening, and yet, you find yourself believing every word she writes. She doesn't let up until the end, which I might add is quite a kicker.
Apparently, Random House is releasing previously published Loveswept romance books as Kindle books. My experience has been that they are somewhat dated (this one was originally published in 1991) and are all extremely similar in plot and writing style. They're not great; they're not bad; they're just the same thing you've read hundreds of times if you read Loveswept or Silhouette books in the nineties.
Disclaimer: I received the Kindle book in exchange for my honest review.
ASKING FOR TROUBLE (Loveswept) ebook
Mary Kay McComas
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