Stirring Up Trouble, by Shelly Bell


To meet the conditions of a will, Braden Angelopoulos has thirty days to teach musician Viola Dubrovsky how to run his restaurant and help her write three songs. Worried that she’ll sell the property to his competition, Braden uses everything in his arsenal to seduce her into falling in love with him, never intending to fall for his own charade. While the pink-haired, tattooed, Viola doesn’t care about money, she postpones her plan to move to California, determined to save Braden’s restaurant while keeping her hands to herself and her heart protected.

As Viola comes into her powers as a Muse, she transfers her emotions to the food she cooks and inspires Braden to write lyrics rivaling his favorite Shakespearean Sonnets. But when the conditions of the will are met, will she leave for her California dream or stay to make beautiful music and a new dream?

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