Trouble Walks In (The McGuire Brothers #2) by Sara Humphreys

Trouble Walks In (The McGuire Brothers) - Sara Humphreys

Big city K-9 cop Ronan McGuire loves women, loves his dog, loves his job - but when old flame Maddy Morgan moves into his jurisdiction, he can’t think about anyone else.
Ronan knows she’s way out of his league, but he’s determined to help Maddy live life to the fullest.

Maddy has immersed herself in work and swiftly made a name for herself in the hot New York City real estate market. She’s looking for safety, not love, but Ronan McGuire is as persistent as he is sexy, and his crooked smile is hard to resist. But all other concerns are wiped away when Maddy goes missing and Ronan and his bloodhound K-9 partner are tasked with finding her and bringing her home.










Trouble Walks In was a satisfying romance that had just the perfect amount of friendship building up to lovers kind of journey for Maddy and Ronan.

I liked that there was more to it than just the thriller mystery which was predictable but I thought would have been just as strong a romance even without the extra background whodunit going on.

Trouble Walks In touched a lot on the wealth of family and friends when you need them most and how lucky you are to have them when you got them.

I've always felt that friendship/relationships can go either way. Either you'll never leave the friendspace or you have the foundations for a serious long term relationship and the best kind of partner.

Of course things weren't as simply for Maddy because she's still in the phase of mourning and letting go so readers have the chance to be a part of her healing and opening process as she learns to let her heart love once more. Its really beautiful.

I enjoyed reading Trouble Walks In from beginning to end.
























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