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Lookin' for Trouble

Honky Tonk Angels, Book 6
Narrated by: J. Scott Bennett
Series: Honkey Tonk Angels, Book 6
Length: 5 hrs and 47 mins
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Just when you thought things were starting to simmer down in Cotton Creek, something new crops up. And this time the attention is on the Sweet gals. Hannah may have found her dream guy in Cooper Quinlan, and she's damned determined to plan the perfect wedding - no matter who she drives crazy. Everything would be perfect if she could just ignore the little bursts of excitement she gets every time she sees Bryson Weathers.

Cody isn't being much help. She doesn't give a hoot in hell about fancy dresses and weddings. What she does care about is the clandestine relationship she has with Jaxon Riggs. He's made no bones about the fact that he isn't looking for forever. She is, but if it's not in the cards, then so be it. Riggs trips her switch and she's not about to pass up one moment with him, nor is she about to let anything prevent her from being with him.

That resolve was holding pretty firm until an old friend, Belinda, shows up with a three-year-old daughter, Bernice, in tow. Belinda is sick. If she doesn't get a kidney transplant she'll die. And she wants Cody to commit to being Bernice's godmother, to raise her if Belinda dies.

It's a tall order, but Cody falls in love with the little girl and is ready to say yes. Then all hell breaks loose when Belinda says that Bernice's father is right there in Cotton Creek. If it's true, it's going to cause a whole lot of trouble.

Come share the joys and woes, the danger and the fun as we prove once more that the old saying "nothing ever happens in Cotton Creek" needs to be changed to, "Looking for trouble? You've come to the right place."

©2016, 2017 Ciana Stone (P)2017 Ciana Stone

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An Explosive end to Honky Tonk Angels!

Would you listen to Lookin' for Trouble again? Why?

I enjoyed to whole series, Looking For Trouble was a fitting end to a great series.
Now an going to start at the beginning and listen to it again.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Lookin' for Trouble?

When Cody comes around

Which scene did you most enjoy?

When Riggs asks Cody to marry him.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Come and Hang out with The Honky Tonk Angels!

Any additional comments?

I love listening to J Scott Bennett, his voice is suited to the series.

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Another Honky Tonk Angels Winner!

i really enjoyed this audiobook. i love this series. I love how each story could be stand-alone but realy it is best to read the series in order. The characters reappear, the relationships grow and develop and the plot thickens. Ciana Stone makes it very easy to commit to the story, characters and series.

Both Cody Sweet and Jaxon Riggs are characters that have featured prominently in previous books. Their chemistry has been brewing under the surface thus far and in this book it comes to a head. Choices have to made and changes embraced. Of all the characters, these two are the most accommodating. They just needed a nudge in the right direction.

Hannah Sweet and Cooper Quinlan have thus far been hot and heavy, headed straight for the altar. Their perspectives change and they are forced to look at themselves and their choices.

This story comes with love, family old and new, loss, sadness, joy, a hostage situation, a little angel touch and a wonderful HEA. J. Scott Bennett brings it all to life with his well matched narration.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Erin
  • 28-04-17

The End?......Say it Ain't So!! :`(

Last in the series!! I'm so SAD!!! (They really need to make a boo-boo lip emoji...) The drama in Cotton Creek has ratcheted up, and we witness some of our old friends fall in and out of love, as well as experience trouble, unexpected responsibilities and danger. We also get to meet some new friends who I hope we will see more of in the near future. (Spin-off? please?) There are steady ups and plunging downs on this ride, and Joe is there to lend advice and try to guide the heartbreak and chaos into peace and contentment. Someone else said, "Have tissues handy." I concur.

J. Scott Bennett is the voice of this totally awesome series, and his performances have been instrumental in making it such an excellent listening experience. I have thoroughly enjoyed every book in the series and SO hope we will be treated to more stories about these sexy new neighbors (a cameo here and there wouldn't go amiss). Can't recommend this enough!

I was voluntarily provided this audiobook from the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an UNBIASED review, and that's just what this is.

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  • Laurie Switzer
  • 30-04-17

Cotton Creek continues!

Would you listen to Lookin' for Trouble again? Why?

Yes, but I would do the whole series not just one book. It draws you in and you want to find out what happens next with the characters.

What did you like best about this story?

The way the family stuck together to support each other.

Which character – as performed by J. Scott Bennett – was your favorite?

Cody was my favorite because she was so caring of others.

Any additional comments?

This books is 6th of a series and I believe you really need to read the whole series to get the full story.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Debbie Nutt
  • 28-04-17

Love love love!!!

The first audiobook I listened to was a Ciana Stone book narrated by J Scott Bennett and I was instantly in love. I have been waiting for Codys turn for love and who better than Rigs. But I never expected Butterbean or the ending.

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  • Annette Schwartz
  • 16-12-19

Amazing!

This story had me biting my fingers. The story had me in several emotions at once. I love a great story the makes you feel like you are part of the story. The story in this series just keeps getting better and better.
The narrator is absolutely magnificent! I love the sound of his voice. He does a fantastic job with the characters and voices of each character.

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  • Just My Opinion
  • 14-12-19

Cody and Hannah

This sixth book in the Honky Tonk Angels Book Series includes both Cody and Hannah’s stories. Cody finds herself caring for a three year old girl after a former resident comes back to town claiming she is ill and asks Cody to be her daughter’s guardian if something happens to her. Things get pretty complicated from there to say the least! Hannah is preparing for her wedding and spending an outrageous amount of money. She is definitely becoming a bridezilla and seems unsure of what she really wants. Meanwhile both Jaxon Riggs and Cooper Quinlan have decisions to make. There is a lot going on in this story and it was difficult to put down once I began listening. Unfortunately tragedy hits at one point so be prepared. J. Scott Bennett does his usual amazing job with the narration. His voices are always spot on and he does a fabulous job with little Bernice’s voice in this one. He always makes it such a pleasure to sit back and listen to these wonderful stories. I received a free copy of this audiobook and have voluntarily provided an unbiased review.

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  • Athena
  • 04-06-17

Drama, Drama, Drama.

Would you listen to Lookin' for Trouble again? Why?

Yes, its a lot of fun, each story line has its own twists and turns. Totally worth a second or 3rd read.

Which character – as performed by J. Scott Bennett – was your favorite?

All of them, he did an amazing job with this book

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, from the first word to the last, it has me hooked

Any additional comments?

I was given this free copy, in return for my unbiased review

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  • Weluvdopey
  • 01-06-17

Great Book!

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This is a great book; this is the sixth book in the Honky Tonk Angels series written by Ciana Stone and narrated by J Scott Bennett. Just when you thought things were starting to simmer down in Cotton Creek, something new crops up. And this time the attention is on the Sweet gals. Hannah may have found her dream guy in Cooper Quinlan, and she's damned determined to plan the perfect wedding - no matter who she drives crazy. Everything would be perfect if she could just ignore the little bursts of excitement she gets every time she sees Bryson Weathers. Cody isn't being much help. She doesn't give a hoot in hell about fancy dresses and weddings. What she does care about is the clandestine relationship she has with Jaxon Riggs. He's made no bones about the fact that he isn't looking for forever. She is, but if it's not in the cards, then so be it. Riggs trips her switch and she's not about to pass up one moment with him, nor is she about to let anything prevent her from being with him.
That resolve was holding pretty firm until an old friend, Belinda, shows up with a three-year-old daughter, Bernice, in tow. Belinda is sick. If she doesn't get a kidney transplant she'll die. And she wants Cody to commit to being Bernice's godmother, to raise her if Belinda dies.
It's a tall order, but Cody falls in love with the little girl and is ready to say yes. Then all hell breaks loose when Belinda says that Bernice's father is right there in Cotton Creek. If it's true, it's going to cause a whole lot of trouble.This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. The story flowed very well and was very enjoyable. This book will keep you reading long into the night and you will not want to put this book down until you finish. This was such a great read and full of surprises. The narrator did a wonderful job with this book. He did a great job with the different voices of each character in this book. It was very easy to listen to and I didn’t want to stop listening until the end. If you are looking for a great book with well-developed characters then you need to listen to this book. I am looking forward to listening to the next book by this author and narrator. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book. The free book held no determination on my personal review.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-05-17

be sure to read the other 5 books

I was gifted this audio ARC for a honest and unbiased review from the author/narrator
This is book 6 of Ciana Stone's series of Honky Tonk Angels series of which this is the only one I have listen to. I really enjoyed this book and will be starting the series from the beginning. With this book I was able to listen to it without the reading first books. Which I believe was due to the wonderful writing of Ciana Stone.
J.Scott Bennett's narrating was far above average. He was able to make me feel like I was inside the book living the story.
I highly recommend this audio book to anyone but suggest you listen to the first 5 books.

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  • Zara Quintana
  • 23-05-17

This CAN'T Be the LAST Book in the Series!!!!

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I was provided this audiobook as a gift at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. I have enjoyed each book in this series, but this has to be my absolute favorite. I'm hoping that Ciana Stone continues to write more for these characters and their world of Cotton Creek, Texas. There are still so many characters that have stories to be told or expanded upon. I love how she writes in 3rd person so that J. Scott Bennett can narrate for all characters POV in an all knowing manner. He does an excellent job bringing the characters and their world to life. I fully enjoy listening to his performance. This is a MUST listen Series!

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  • LeMiliere
  • 17-05-17

Moving, Enjoyable Listen

This is Book 6 in a Series which I admit I had no knowledge of. Very remiss of me I loved this book. Cody was so strong and giving and you just couldn't help but like her. She was, in my opinion, far too trusting but then that was part of her nature. Her love for Jaxson was strong and selfless and I was really hoping she would get her HEA. When Cody opened her home and her heart to Bernice it brought a tear to my eye on the other hand her 'mother' Belinda was so horrible I wanted to shake Cody and say cut her loose, bring in the police.

I was able to enjoy this book with no prior knowledge of the series which I feel was due to the wonderful writing of Ciana Stone. The performance by J. Scott Bennett was very well done, I loved the feeling he put into it, especially when he was speaking as Bernice.

Hannah was at the beginning of this book a very unlikeable character but once she came to her senses I began to like her she proved her worth as a good sister during this story. I never give spoilers so I can't really say any more but what I will say is that now I want to read or listen to the rest of this series.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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