Tuesday, May 05, 2020

Storing Up Trouble by Jen Turano

About the Book
When Miss Beatrix Waterbury's Chicago-bound train ride is interrupted by a heist, Mr. Norman Nesbit, a man of science who believes his research was the target of the heist, comes to her aid. Despite the fact that they immediately butt heads, they join forces to make a quick escape.
Upon her arrival in Chicago, Beatrix is surprised to discover her supposedly querulous Aunt Gladys shares her own suffragette passions. Encouraged by Gladys to leave her sheltered world, Beatrix begins working as a salesclerk at the Marshall Field and Company department store. When she again encounters Norman on a shopping expedition, he is quickly swept up in the havoc she always seems to attract.

But when another attempt is made to part Norman from his research papers, and it becomes clear Beatrix's safety is also at risk, they soon discover the curious way feelings can grow between two very different people in the midst of chaos.

My Thoughts
Get ready for another Turano adventure full of mishaps, miscommunications, misunderstandings, all sprinkled with Turano’s trademark outlandish humor! We’re thrown right into the thick of things as the book starts off and follow the characters from one topsy-turvy situation to the next!
The characters all had their unique eccentricities and had to learn how to embrace who they were while also being considerate of others and what was expected of them.
In addition to the main characters there were a couple other side romances and it was lovely to see everyone find their happily ever after! It was also nice to get glimpses of the characters from the first two books of this series.

If you’re looking for a light-read to entertain you this might be the one for you!

Meet the Author
Jen Turano, a USA Today bestselling author, has written four historical romance series. She is a member of ACFW and RWA and lives in a suburb of Denver, Colorado. Visit her website at www.jenturano.com.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own. 


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