Brighton Walsh, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author


Hometown Troublemaker


Release date: 3.14.19
Series: Havenbrook 2 (can be read as a stand alone)

Aurora “Rory” Haven’s life is in shambles. Her ex-husband’s living with the woman he cheated with, her oldest daughter blames her for the divorce, and she’s broke. To make ends meet, she partners with the too-young, way too hot local contractor she has absolutely no business fantasizing about.

Nash King is working overtime so he can take over the family business. He doesn’t need the distraction of his best friend’s sister, but the hot-as-hell, pearl-clutching divorcée barrels her way into his everyday life. He’s managed to ignore his attraction to her for a decade. What’s another couple months?

The summer heat and forced proximity has tempers flaring…and their chemistry sizzling. But Havenbrook’s gossip mill is churning full-force, and the last thing Rory needs is everyone speculating over her crush on a man eight years her junior. Except crushing doesn’t have anything on what’s really going on…

What would happen if the townspeople found out paint wasn’t the only thing being stripped?

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“Hometown Troublemaker is SO SEXY. It’s deliciously steamy and so well done. It’s smart. It’s witty. It’s BLISSFULLY ROMANTIC. It has me absolutely DESPERATE for future books based in Havenbrook.”—Jessica, Angie & Jessica’s Dreamy Reads

“I inhaled this one!”—Nick, The Infinite Limits of Love

“I loved the their banter and their chemistry was so steamy. Just thinking about Rory’s fierceness and Nash’s foul mouth makes me want to fall in love with their relationship all over again!”—Cassie, Rants and Raves of a Bibliophile

“It’s 4 am & I’m writing this review, so that should give you an indication of how, once I let myself get lost in the world of Havenbrook, I was sucked in & legit could not put the iPad down for anything.”—Goodreads Reviewer

“I was all in from the very beginning to the last word in fact I wanted more of these two after I read the last sentence.”—Goodreads Reviewer