Rhoda Baxter

Girl in Trouble

“If the song “Miss Independent” was a book, it would be Girl In Trouble” 

Olivia doesn't believe in happy families. She can't trust men to be reliable, so she’d rather manage without one.

Marine biologist Walter thinks Olivia is amazing. With his daughter moving to the USA with her mother, he feels like he's failing at being a father.

When Olivia discovers she's pregnant by her douchebag ex, Walter finally sees a way to be more than just a friend-with-benefits to her. It might also give him the second chance to be a good dad.

But how can he persuade the most independent woman he's ever met to accept his help, let alone his heart?

Girl In Trouble is a standalone novel in the award nominated Smart Girls series. If you like warm, witty, closed door romance, you'll love this contemporary romantic comedy. Ideal for fans of Meg Cabot, Jenny Holiday or Jennifer Crusie. Buy Girl In Trouble and have a laugh today.

What readers are saying:
Heartwarming. Funny. Sad. Just perfect.” Texas, Amazon review

Bought this yesterday and practically inhaled it because I really really had to know how it ended before I went to sleep!” Madhuka, Amazon review

I absolutely loved every second of Girl In Trouble, it’s witty in places and utterly emotional at other times, and it deals with some deeper issues too.” Rachel’s Random Reads

Rhoda Baxter's characters are the real deal. She writes heroes and heroines who jump from the pages to carry me along to their happy endings." — Sue Moorcroft (Bestselling Author)

«If the song “Miss Independent” was a book, it would be Girl In Trouble» Jocelyn on Twitter

Sets up the sentimental situation only to send it spinning in entirely unexpected directions.” Romance Novels for Feminists

I liked how Walter and Olivia complete each other. She can sometimes be a little too hard and he can be a bit too soft, so they complement one another beautifully. For me that was the biggest strength of the story, something I absolutely loved.” With Love For Books

If you’re going on holiday, or a long train journey, you will devour this.” Sandra Danby (author and book blogger)

The characters are what makes it — they keep you turning the pages as you're so invested in what might happen to them.” Jo on Amazon

There was a real punch of emotional depth — one minute I'd be grinning at what the characters were saying or doing and the next I was fighting tears. Highly recommended.” KT on Amazon

«The pages fly by» — Goodreads review
271 printed pages
Original publication
Rhoda Baxter



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