Trouble in Loveland - Jennifer Peel

Trouble in Loveland

By Jennifer Peel

  • Release Date: 2015-04-30
  • Genre: Contemporary
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 37 Ratings)
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What does dating the boss + meddling ex-wife + most adorable three-year-old ever equal? Trouble in Loveland.

At seventeen, Charlee Jensen packed her bags and left her beloved hometown of Loveland, swearing she would never have anything to do with the men that left her heartbroken: her father, the man that taught her heroes can fall; and Ryan Carter, her much older neighbor and teenage crush. 

Now eight years later, Charlee has two degrees she never wanted and no job prospects, forcing her to swallow her pride and come home to work for her father’s accounting firm—the same firm where newly divorced Ryan Carter is now a partner. 

But trouble starts to stir when Ryan realizes the girl next door is all grown up and completely smitten with his adorable three-year-old. Ryan finds it hard to resist his beautiful, yet annoyingly charming neighbor and coworker, but is torn between his feelings and trying to keep the peace with his ex-wife, the mother of his child. It’s a recipe for trouble. Will Charlee and Ryan find the formula for success?


  • Slow

    By Kblondie212
    Book moves so slow. Very boring.
  • Trouble in Loveland

    By Tiggy/Cookie
    First time reading this author but it won’t be the last. I am a big reader of many genres, but who doesn’t love an excellent romance ? This was so well written, and the characters became so real to me I didn’t want it to end. It was satisfyingly long, but not long enough that I wanted to give it up. Happily, I find there is a continuation story and I will go there next. This author does something special, she speaks to the reader while telling the story, almost like you are sitting across from her. I haven’t run across that too often. So true to life and the complicated relationships people deal with today. I would have given more stars if they were available, but it is definitely a five star read.