Troublemaker (A Songbird Novel #6) by Melissa Pearl

Book Review #45

* I received this book in an exchange for an honest review.  

My rating: 5/5

Kelly DeMarco is out of Marcus Chapman’s league. When they met in high school he was besotted with the blue-eyed goddess, but she never gave him the time of day.

High school is now over and the tide is turning.
Five years later, Kelly is job-hunting and the best she can find happens to be Marcus Chapman’s personal assistant. He is thrilled by this second chance and determined to win the beauty’s affections, but Kelly has no intention of falling for the “class clown.”

What you’re looking for can be hiding right in front of you.
In spite of her resolve, Marcus’s playful charm begins to chip away at Kelly’s protective veneer, and she starts to realize that tall, dark, and mysterious isn’t a requirement, and sometimes Mr. I Don’t Think So can actually be Mr. Perfect.

Will Kelly’s obsession with keeping up appearances push Marcus away, or will he have enough drawing power to convince his favorite girl that honest love can outclass anything?  


  • A fun and sweet read with the opposite clichèness of a plotline. 
  • This story is definitely refreshing. It is about the main guy – our hero chasing after the girl rather than the girl chasing after the guy. I simply love it!
  • I love how goofy Marcus is. I love everything about him. He is seriously dreamy and so sweet. He makes it his main goal to make his one true love, Kelly constantly happy. 
  • And Kelly, the cold, and perfect wealthy daughter on the surface that you always see is the usual trait of the guy in any other book. 
  • I think the author or the story wants us to get the message that not only hot, tall, handsome and wealthy can make us happy for the rest of our lives, but also the opposite. 
  • Highly recommended. 

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