It's hard to put my finger on the reason I like PJ Sugar as much as I do. It could be her "take me as I am" attitude, her spunk and tenacity, or her quick wit. She's just an imperfect gal trying to find her way back to living for Jesus.
Whatever the reason, I quickly took to Susan May Warren's latest heroine. PJ makes her debut in Warren's newest release, Nothing but Trouble.
Ten years after fleeing her hometown in Minnesota (under scandalous circumstances), PJ returns at her sister's plea. The engine on her old VW bug has barely cooled before one of her high school teachers is murdered. Worse yet, her best friend's husband is charged with the crime. Although PJ has just met him, her gut instinct tells her that Jack didn't do it. Can she convince her old flame and current cop, Boone, that Jack is innocent? One thing's for sure, PJ's quest for truth has everyone in an uproar.
Nothing but Trouble was a delightful read. (For a sneak peak, check out the first chapter.) I'm already looking forward to the sequel, which is coming out in January.
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