Review: The Troubleshooter by Anna Hackett

The Troubleshooter by Anna Hackett

Title:  The Troubleshooter

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Norcross #2

Pages: 258

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Gia Norcross has a successful PR firm, a beautiful apartment, a loving family filled with overprotective brothers, and a great shoe collection. Unfortunately when her high school best friend drags her into trouble she ends up with her brother’s best friend as her bodyguard. He pushes all her buttons and she doesn’t know if she wants to punch him or kiss him.

This was another fast pace romance from Hackett. Gia has been secretly crushing on her brother’s best friend since she was a teenager but he also pushes all her buttons. What she doesn’t know is that he has wanted her for years too. They have pushed each other away for so long their bickering makes them seem like enemies, but it is really just to hide the attraction. 

While I wasn’t sure if I was going to like Saxon in the beginning, he quickly grew on me. He was an alpha male who was extremely protective of Gia, especially after he sees her have a gun pointed at her. I liked how he accepted everything about Gia and found her sharp tongue sexy.

Gia was a firecracker. She was smart, successful, and could kick some butt when she needed to. I liked that when things got rough she knew her brothers would come but still didn’t wait for them to save the day. She wasn’t afraid to rescue herself. 

Overall, this was a great sequel and I can’t wait for the next Norcross couple, which hopefully will be Easton’s story.

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Previous books in the series:

  1. The Investigator

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