Was sich liebt, das küsst sich: Roman - Seattle Chinooks 5 by Rachel Gibson

Was sich liebt, das küsst sich: Roman - Seattle Chinooks 5

byRachel Gibson, Antje Althans

Kobo ebook | April 12, 2011 | German

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Zwei wie Feuer und Wasser – es ist nur eine Frage der Zeit, bis die Emotionen überkochen!

Für den gut aussehenden Mark Bressler gibt es zwei Arenen, in denen er unschlagbar ist: auf dem Eishockeyfeld und im Bett. Bis er sich vor einem wichtigen Spiel verletzt – und strikte körperliche Schonung – in jeder Hinsicht – verordnet bekommt. Mark lässt seine schlechte Laune an jedem aus, der ihm über den Weg läuft. Pech für Chelsea Ross, seine neue Assistentin, für die sich wieder einmal bestätigt, dass alle Stars überheblich und arrogant sind. Einfach unausstehlich – und unglaublich anziehend ...

Title:Was sich liebt, das küsst sich: Roman - Seattle Chinooks 5Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 12, 2011Publisher:Goldmann VerlagLanguage:German

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ISBN - 10:3641054826

ISBN - 13:9783641054823

Customer Reviews of Was sich liebt, das küsst sich: Roman - Seattle Chinooks 5

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun This was a fun story. Great chemistry.
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great I forgot how much I enjoyed Rachel Gibson. I love when you find a book you can reread over and over
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love love love This is one of my favorite books
Date published: 2014-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love love love This is one of my favorite books
Date published: 2014-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved it I thought this was a great story. The love story is so good and the characters are loveable. I laughed out loud reading this book and I couldn't put it down.
Date published: 2010-05-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from She Shoots! She Scores! I am a sucker for a sports-themed, contemporary romance and Gibson delivers on all counts. First of all I must say it's pure Marketing genius to release a book about a hockey player during the height of the NHL playoffs, but you don't have to be a fan of sports or hockey in particular to enjoy Nothing But Trouble because there is very little actual "hockey" action contained within this book. Mark Bressler, ex-captain of the Seattle Chinooks had it all. Fame, fortune and a brilliant career as a superstar hockey player and in an instant in a life-altering car crash his life was forever changed. He's got a huge chip on his shoulder at the bad blow life has dealt him. His wife left him for greener (as in money) pastures, he walks with a cane, pops Vicodin like they're Tic-Tacs and worst of all he'll never play hockey again. He's pissed at life and is quite content to wallow in his self-pity and isolation and be a big old (albeit HAWT) Mr Crankypants. How can you help but feel empathy for the guy? Perky, aspiring but out of work actress Chelsea Ross with her blond/reddish/pink hair, colourful clothes (or like she just got off the boat - Mark's words not mine) and big honkin' boobs is not what the Doctor ordered as far as Mark is concerned . He thinks she's his new health care worker, but she's actually been hired by the Chinooks to be Mark's personal assistant. Chelsea's twin sister Bo works in the Chinooks front office and was instrumental in getting Chelsea the gig. Mark wants an assistant like he wants another hole in his head. He's managed to run off the last few "assistants" the team has sent over to his home in record time and Chelsea isn't going to be the exception if Mark has anything to do with it. He's a man on a mission to get rid of the latest intrusion in his live and the sooner the better. But a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do to make ends meet. And with a bonus of $10,000.00 on the line if she can stick it out for 3 months, Mark can do his worse, because Chelsea ain't going nowhere! Chelsea is obsessed with her boobs. Big honkin' Dolly Parton boobs. I am qualified to work at Hooter's boobs! And they are mentioned again and again. One of the reasons Chelsea agrees to take the job as Mark's assistant is so that she can save enough money to have breast reduction surgery. This is something her family is totally against and can't comprehend. Surprisingly once Mark finds out about her insecurities concerning her large ta-tas and her desire to have the surgery - he is actually very supportive (might also be because while he can appreciate her fine assets, he is actually a leg man). It was just one more reason to fall a little bit more in love with him. This book could have been entitled Hello House (as in the Fox TV show starring Hugh Laurie) meet Dolly(Parton). That's kind of what the character's reminded me of while reading it. There are some very funny scenes between these two especially one in which Mark sends Chelsea on an errand to the drugstore to purchase some "items" for him. I have been reading romance novels for alooooong time and one of these items I did not even know existed or that it was possible to buy it from a drug store and not a specialty sex shop. Another very funny scene occurred when Mark was giving Chelsea the silent treatment. She continually bombarded him on his cell phone even though they were in the same house, a few feet apart just to bug him about the most mundane things. I couldn't help but laugh. Mark and Chelsea are great together...funny and sexy and as mean as he tries to be, she knows just how to handle him and keep him on his toes. My only complaint about the book is a personal one. I need more than a few pages at the end of a book for such a deserving couple to get their HEA. I felt cheated and I wanted and needed to read more. Rachel Gibson is an auto-buy for me and I don't see that changing anytime soon. Nothing But Trouble delivers nothing but a fun, sexy romp. Run don't walk to get your copy!
Date published: 2010-05-13