Title: Undercover Trouble
Author: Autumn Piper
Genre: New Adventure Romantic Comedy
Published: September 14, 2015
Some love lasts a long time, some a lifetime. Can theirs outlast space-time?
Randi’s summer vacation plans? Attending Professor Sudo’s Time Travel Academy so she can blast back to 1980 Miami and figure out where her father disappeared to. She’s the head of her class until hottie Mitch arrives disguised as a geeky geologist and totally messes up her meditation. Goodbye Soulful in Sedona, hello Yearning in Yoga. So long solo time-travel, hello pushy partner--who happens to be a buff tri-athlete, a sympathetic listener, and an ace FBI agent on a secret mission. With his help, she’ll conga her way into the Cuban mafia, try not to destroy the delicate fabric of the space-time continuum, dodge a few bullets, and solve The Mystery of the Missing Dad. And maybe fall just a little in love…
A new adventure in romantic comedy, with a heroine who boldly goes where no chick has gone before, tons of danger and intrigue, a roller-discoing Granny, life and death betrayal, steamy Miami nights and one hot FBI agent.
Born and raised in itty-bitty Rifle, Colorado, Autumn Piper studiously avoided trouble…but is now inclined toward it, particularly in her novels. She thinks the best things in life are funny, and the runners-up, romantic.
An admitted carb addict, Autumn writes, edits, manages two teenagers, one husband and many supersize houseplants, and does the cooking and cleaning when forced to.
Undercover Trouble is a really fun read. I wanted to read it because I love time travel novels, and the idea of searching in the past for a missing parent appealed to me. I also wanted to know if our heroine could resist trying to change the past which she had been warned not to do. As the plot progressed, several interesting and unexpected wrinkles showed up to tease us.
Character wise, I just loved Randi, the heroine. She's funny and pretty, and that attracts a lot of people to her, some of whom she'd rather just went away. I loved that she was so resourceful and that she refused to give up on her quest.
The hero didn't stand out to me as much as Randi did, but he was always there when she needed him.
This was a clean read even though there was a lot of romance in it. No graphic scenes.
I think you'd like this book. I enjoyed it very much. 5 of 5 stars.