Review: The Trouble with Love by Lauren Layne

As Lauren Layne'€™s salacious Sex, Love & Stiletto series returns, a jaded columnist discovers a steamy way to get over an old flame: falling for him all over again.

As Stiletto magazine's authority on all things breakup-and-heartache, Emma Sinclair writes from personal experience. Five years ago, Emma was Charlotte, North Carolina'€™s darling debutante and a blushing bride-to-be. Now she'€™s the ice queen of the Manhattan dating scene. Emma left her sultry Southern drawl behind, but not even her closest friends know that with it she left her heart. Now Emma'€™s latest article forces her to face her demons--namely, the devilishly sexy guy who ditched her at the altar. 

After giving up everything for a pro-soccer career, Alex Cassidy watches his dreams crumble as a knee injury sidelines him for good. Now he'€™s hanging up his cleats and giving journalism a shot. It'€™s just a coincidence that he happens to pick a job in the same field, and the same city, as his former fiance . . . right? But when Emma moves in next door, it'€™s no accident. It'€™s research. And Alex can'€™t help wondering what might have been. Unlike the innocent girl he remembers, this Emma is chic, sophisticated, and assertive--€”and she wants absolutely nothing to do with him. The trouble is, Alex has never wanted her more.
Review:

I just always love reading Lauren Layne novels so much. She always know how to create a wonderful book with great sexy banter between the characters. Reader will finally get to know the true story behind Emma and Cassidy tragic love life. Emma and Cassidy has change a lot throughout the years that reader will root for them to be back together since they have crazy chemistry between them. Emma has created a persona of a Ice queen that no one can see her true self excerpt Cassidy. Cassidy is a sexy man that he has no problem with the ladies excerpt Emma. They have a lot of history together that it will takes some time for them to realize if they are truly meant for each other. Reader will enjoy how vulnerable Emma is that they would understand how she truly felt about her relationship with Cassidy. I am definitely rooting for their relationship because they have the true core of love but they need to communicate and trust each other. P.S. reader will also get to read about the previous characters. Another great hit!
                                                                      *Five Star*

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