Trouble on her Doorstep by Nina Harrington


Dee is like a butterfly spreading her colourful wings and contagious good mood around the place. Hardly a surprise that business type Sean doesn’t really know what to do with her, because she is the exact opposite of everything he is used to when it comes to women.
She almost demands his attention from the very beginning and the beginning is quite memorable. Sean literally falls into her arms and life. What follows is a sweet mating dance between two very different individuals.
The author has added an interesting sub-plots about families, who are used to different cultures, being uprooted and having to settle in an environment, which is the complete opposite of what they are used to. This can have long term influences on people, especially children.
In this case the change has brought about a phobia of sorts in the main character Dee. It has also caused the splitting of the family in a way. The parents have retired to a country they feel more comfortable and their child has stayed in the new country, as is often the case with people who migrate.
In the end Sean has to make a decision about the rest of his life and whether or not the butterfly and her quirky nature are important enough to change his future plans.
I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills & Boon.


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