The Trouble with Valentine's Day

  • by Rachel Gibson
  • Narrated by Kathleen Early
  • 9 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The trouble with Valentine's Day?
It just plain stinks!
Kate Hamilton should know. Dumped by her boyfriend and burnt out by her job, she's returned to Gospel, Idaho, where a Mountain Momma Crafters' original poetry reading is about as good as it gets on a Friday night. Then her first attempted seduction of a hunky stranger is completely rejected. So much for her self-esteem!
It turns out that Rob Sutter, former ice hockey madman, owner of Sutter's Sports - and the hunky stranger who told her to get lost - has been more than burned by love and isn't looking for a relationship. But then he and Kate find themselves in an ultra-compromising position in the M&S Market, giving the phrase "clean up in aisle five" a whole new meaning and causing a whole lot of gossip in Gospel.

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Chick Lit as it was jntended

Rachel Gibson does a fabulous job of writing fun and steamy books that keep you interested without having to think or concentrate too hard. The Trouble with Valentine's Day is just that. Not too much drama, but enough for some substance. GREAT performance by Kathleen Early. Good read when you need an out loud giggle and a little fantasy indulgence. Fun.
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- Theresa "I love to read / listen and I write as well. Hope to have something published some day and see my work here for all to enjoy!"

Very Little Humor

I usually love Rachel Gibson's book for the humor, so I was disappointed in The Trouble with Valentine's Day. I also didn't really connect to either former private detective Kate (mid 30s) or Rob, a retired professional hockey player.

When Kate goes to Gospel, Idaho to spend time with family, she keeps running into Rob, who has opened a sporting goods store next to her grandfather's grocery store. They seem too ready to believe the worst of the other, due to their first unfortunate meeting, which I found annoying and rather boring.

Normally I enjoy a small town setting but Gospel seemed to be the hometown of every redneck, bigot, gossipmonger and desperate widow in the state of Idaho. Not horrible yet absolutely not up to this author's usual standards.


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- Rusty "Good Books Don't Promote Violence"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-28-2015
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.