Asking for Trouble : The Kincaids

  • by Rosalind James
  • Narrated by Emma Taylor
  • Series: The Kincaids
  • 10 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sometimes you go looking for trouble. And sometimes trouble finds you.
Alyssa Kincaid knows she needs to make some big changes. A move to San Francisco is the first step, and now it's time to get serious and to get the rest of her life on track. If only her messy life would cooperate. And if only it had Joe Hartman in it.
Joe knows all about pain and not much at all about love. But he's clear on one thing: Making a move on his best friend's little sister, the beloved youngest sibling in the closest thing to a family he's got, would be asking for trouble. Unfortunately Alyssa always does seem to be asking for trouble. And it's getting harder and harder for Joe to resist answering.
Note: Despite the fog, San Francisco does get pretty hot at times. If you prefer your romance without steam, this may not be the audiobook for you.


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This is my favorite of the 3 book series. I've read the book a few times and wanted to purchase the audio to put life to it. Joe and Alyssa have known each other for 15 years. 15 LONG years for both of them as they secretly had feelings for one another. Joe is very closed off and doesn't show much emotion. Alyssa is a funny, energetic character and she certainly brings life to Joe.

With a little help from Alyssa's brother and sister-in-law by going on a ski trip, Joe and Alyssa finally, finally come to terms with their feelings. And from there on, there is much passion and steam and compassion and hardships. It's an emotional roller coaster at the end, but they help each other and are able to overcome it all - together!

Rosalind is such a great story teller and brought so much emotion to this story. Joe had a tough life and I believe she made the reader understand how hard some people's lives truly are.

I was a bit disappointed, however, in the narration. I do agree with some reviewers that the female parts were great, but I was so looking forward to hearing Joe and I was disappointed in the voice for him. I felt it was very mature sounding. In my mind, he did have the tough persona, but this voice just didn't do it justice for me.

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- L Kowalewski

Not nearly as good as the others

Rosalind James is one of my favorites. I've read most of her books and will continue to do so but this is her weakest series and this 3rd installment was just meh. Too much petty drama and lectures.
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- Mary Beth Maschner

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-19-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios