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Trouble Never Sleeps

Narrated by: Kathleen McInerney
Series: Trouble (Tromly), Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 33 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Happily ever after gets a serious makeover in this swoony, nonstop thrill-ride of a conclusion to the Trouble Is a Friend of Mine trilogy.

Digby and Zoe have been skirting around each other for so long that you might think they'd lose their magic if they ever actually hooked up. But never fear - there's all the acerbic wit, steamy chemistry, and sarcastic banter you could possibly hope for.

Now that Digby's back in town, he's plunged Zoe (and their Scooby Gang of wealthy frenemy Sloane, nerd-tastic genius Felix, and aw-shucks-handsome Henry) back into the deep end on the hunt for his kidnapped sister. He's got a lead, but it involves breaking into a secret government research facility, paying a drug dealer off with a Bentley, and possibly committing treason. The schemes might be over-the-top, but this Breakfast Club cast is irresistibly real as they cope with regular high school stuff from social media shaming to dating your best friend, all with a twist no one will see coming.

©2018 Stephanie Tromly (P)2018 Listening Library

Critic Reviews

"This third outing finds Tromly at the top of her game, seamlessly weaving in high-school scandal, government espionage, a hilarious mix of high- and low-culture references, and social-media sabotage in a turbocharged plot.... If this is the last tango with Digby, at least we get to go out on a high note." (Booklist Online)

"A fast read, with continuous action and nonstop witty banter." (VOYA)

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So sad it's the end

I liked this book and the series is really special. My only criticism is that the conclusion of the mystery that's been driving Digby, finding his sister, is anticlimactic. The adventures leading g up to this are good however. I'm so sad that this seems to be the end of the series.