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Here Comes Trouble

The second book in the new Invertary Too, romantic comedy, series!

A demolitions expert. A fixer for hire. And an explosive attraction they might not survive.

Veronica Ross is the person you call when you have a problem you just can’t fix. She’s smart, she’s sassy, and she doesn’t take no for an answer.

Her latest client’s problem is right in the middle of the Scottish Highlands. Which works out great, because there’s a building that needs blown up and it just so happens that the best demolitions expert in the country lives in a small Highland town. Bain MacGregor might be retired from his…um…extra-curricular activities to work with his brothers’ building company, but Veronica can be very persuasive when she’s on a job. Which means, either Bain comes out of retirement to help her, or she’ll make his life a living hell until he does.

Bain doesn’t stand a chance against Veronica and her…er…charms…


A hacker with dangerous secrets. A spy with his own agenda.

And a threat that leaves them with nowhere to run but to each other.

Elle Roberts is the hacker-girl-turned-good cliché with her blue hair, cartoon T-shirts, and an ever-present laptop. And that’s just how she likes it. It’s an image she’s cultivated in an effort to hide in plain sight, and it’s worked great. Until now.

Now, her cover’s been blown, putting everyone she knows in danger.

MI5 wants her to turn evidence on her brother’s money-laundering operation. Her brother wants her skills enough to kill for them. And Scotland Yard has questions about some burned bodies from years earlier.

With enemies closing in on every side and her team at Benson Security in hiding because of her, Elle is on her own.

Or…maybe not…

There is one mysterious spy she could call for help—if she can find him. Her chemistry with David has been off the charts for years, but a few teasing kisses haven’t fooled Elle. David has an agenda all of his own. And even with her skills, she hasn’t managed to uncover what it is or what, if anything, it has to do with her.

So, the question is, can she trust him? Or will contacting David make everything worse? And, more importantly, does she have a choice either way when there’s nowhere else to run?


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