KC Enders


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LISBETH RITTENHOUSE keeps her head down and works hard—she has goals, and nothing is going to stop her from achieving them—especially not a sexy Irishman. Because she knows that relationships only lead to trouble, and she’s had enough of that to last a lifetime.

AIDAN KEARNEY lands in the small town of Beekman Hills, New York desperate to outrun the grief of losing his brother. Hoping to find serenity, he spends his days slinging drinks in a small pub instead of behind his camera capturing the beauty he saw before his brother’s death.

It’s not peace he finds when a gorgeous redhead, whose baggage rivals his own, tumbles into his life.

One look.

One taste.

One distraction.

Aidan is hooked…

But when things get tough, will they let their past insecurities win?

Or will they beat the odds, and fight for what they both want?


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1 review for Troubles

  1. Aerin

    KC Enders has been on my radar for a while now, since she hangs out on several other author groups that I follow and her books have been highly recommended to me by other book friends. I finally got my hands on my own copy of Troubles (Beekman Hills #1) and I’m glad I did.

    I think it’s a testament to the writing and character development that I fell for this couple, even though the plot relies on a few of my less favourite devices. It’s basically an “insta-love” situation, at least for Aiden. He seems to decide that he loves and worships Lis from the first moment he sees her. The saving grace is that Lis takes a lot more convincing. The other device is a meddling third-party, which isn’t a problem in itself, but I hate that neither of the protagonists question it at all. Aargh! Fortunately for our HEA, time and meddling friends heal all ills.

    Neither of these are complete deal-breakers for me though. Aiden and Lis as characters just sucked me in. Aiden is endearingly earnest and strangely naive, for all of his huge family and supposed experience. As an added bonus, he has a sexy Irish accent. Lis has been burned by her past and is unable to move on, but she manages to stay devoted to her friends. The series is centered around McBride’s, which is the best kind of authentic, Irish pub, with a crusty but caring owner and a bevy of hot bartenders. Hard to go wrong there, really.

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