“ ’Tis better to never have loved and lost than to live with the regret of your stupidity.” ~ Sienna Miller, Wallflower
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, or in this case, Wallflowers to behave. Then again . . .
Sienna Miller spent her whole life being the odd woman out. Shunned and misunderstood by her family, she finally has a chance for a new start thanks to Calla and Poppy, her Wallflower sisters. Now all she needs is a Prince Charming.
Bo Strawn is a cop with a troubled past. He’s stubborn and set in his ways until a certain Wallflower shakes up his life for good. Bo’s finally got a shot at happily ever after. That is, he’s got a shot if he can solve a mystery surrounding the Wallflowers and keep his headstrong woman off the back of a horse.
Rated mature for language and sexual content.
4 Wallflower Stars
I've been a fan of this author since her first book and I couldn't wait to get more of the Wallflower ladies. The friends who call themselves "wallflowers" are hilarious, sassy and always looking for trouble--or maybe trouble just followed them around. Calla, Poppy and Sienna are three ladies who I would love to hang out with!
Sienna Miller is truly the funniest wallflower in the bunch. When she finds herself caught up in crazy shenanigans, Bo Strawn, is not far behind to save this woman from her troubles. There is something about the sassy Sienna that drives Bo insane and falling for more. But he thinks he's no good for her and pushes her away. But that doesn't last long...
When Bo is determined to get what he wants, he gets it. Bo is the ultimate alpha-male. And Sienna has no chance but to give into him. Their chemistry is funny, sweet and oh-so-sexy!
Double Trouble is a fun read that has plenty of steam and mystery to solve. Looking forward in more in this series.
#1 – Wallflowers: Three of a Kind
About the Author
CP Smith lives in Oklahoma with her husband and five children. She loves football, reading, and card games. Writing for her is about escape. She writes what she loves to read, and leaves the rest to those with better imaginations.
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