Simon Lebeaux inherited Seaton
House from his uncle. He is recuperating from an injury while
staying in the seemingly haunted house. Simon is haunted by his
memories of one fateful night with a beautiful stranger. Simon has
stayed away from women for the past four months and intends to keep
it that way until one rainy night when another beautiful stranger
shows up at his door.
Lottie Santori is in Trouble,
Pennsylvania, researching Josef Zangara for her psychology
professor. Zangara made Seaton House an exclusive hotel in the
nineteen thirties and was later convicted of being a serial killer.
Lottie is overprotected by her five older brothers, so she is
relishing the idea of solving a mystery or two while relaxing and
hopefully finding a hot guy to fool around with while she's at it.
Arriving at Seaton House during a thunderstorm, Lottie meets Simon
and falls instantly in lust but Simon clearly wants nothing to do
with her. Lottie's not giving up though; she plans to discover the
mystery surrounding the house and Simon, all while trying to seduce
him into bed, but strange things are happening. Is someone out to
get Simon? Or is he going crazy?
Leslie Kelly has written another
hit with Asking For Trouble! This funny, sexy, and
sometimes spooky story is a blast to read! Simon had me from the
beginning. His haunted memories and guilt-ridden soul made me want
to hold him and never let go. Lottie is a sweetheart; she's
beautiful, witty and fearless too. The chemistry between Simon and
Lottie simply sizzles. Asking For Trouble is just as
entertaining to read as Here Comes Trouble, the first book in this
series, and with Trouble Or Nothing still to come, readers get
plenty more from the town of Trouble, Pennsylvania, where something
scary and passionate is bound to happen!