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Trolling for Trouble
Series: The Lynlee Lincoln Series Book One
Author: Olivia Hardin
Genre: Fiction, Romance, Paranormal
Release: September 18, 2012
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
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About the book:
A NOVELETTE- The Lynlee Lincoln Series One: Magical and undead creatures can get into plenty of sticky situations. Lynlee Lincoln loves her job as a neutralizer, but she needs a break from the supernatural chaos after an ultra-busy Halloween night. Coming home, she’s ready to collapse into her bed and forget the day… until she discovers two children scavenging through her refrigerator. One look at the pair and she feels a tug on her heartstrings, then she learns their father is the man she spent years trying to forget. When Beck pleads with her to help save his daughter, Lynlee gets thrust into a heap of trouble.
Trolling for Trouble by Olivia Hardin
Lynlee is a neutralizer and a witch. What that means is that she helps fix the messes any of her charges cause using their magic so that normal people don’t know magic exists. At the end of a very difficult day, she returns home only to find that Beck, a man from her past is there with his two children. Beck needs her help to save his daughter and through talking with her, Lynlee learns that she is a nymph and there is a troll that she needs to take care of. She’s not sure she can handle being this close to Beck again but she has to help his daughter.
Trolling for Trouble is a novelette that is the perfect length for a quick lunch time read. I love the characters and the imagery the author uses made their situation really come to life even in a novelette. Beck’s children are absolutely adorable and I can totally understand why Lynlee felt she has to help them. If you’re looking for a quick read that will make you smile, Trolling for Trouble by Olivia Hardin is definitely it.