It’s a Trust Thing by Peggy Jaeger

It’s a Trust Thing by Peggy Jaeger
DotComGirls, book 2
Publisher: Self-published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full length (393 pages)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 5 stars
Reviewed by Mistflower

Nell Newbery has trust issues. It’s hard to trust when you’re the daughter of a fallen financial scion who bilked people out of billions. Nell’s done everything in her power to keep away from men who see her as their ticket to fortune and fame. All she wants to do is run her ultra-successful business, HELPFUL HUNKS, in peace.

But it wouldn’t hurt to find a guy who doesn’t know a thing about her father’s felonious past; one she can give her heart to and trust it won’t come back to her battered, bruised, and broken.

Is Charlie Churchill that guy? On the surface he seems perfect, all polished manners and quiet mirth. Nell’s convinced he knows nothing about her, other than she likes superhero movies and views junk food as a food group.

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For Nell, trust is everything in life…and in love.

This book is the embodiment of what I look for in a romance book. It has all the feel-good components I hope to experience when reading a love story. I’m an emotional person and enjoy connecting with my characters on a personal level. The writing techniques in It’s a Trust Thing really brought the story to life. This isn’t my first Peggy Jaeger novel and it will definitely not be my last.

I didn’t get a chance to read the first book in the DotComGirls series before I discovered It’s a Trust Thing, so I’m secure in saying that It’s a Trust Thing can be read as a standalone. I have yet to be disappointed in a Peggy Jaeger novel and I’m pleased to share that this story, like the others, more than satisfied me.

This particular book was a great deal of fun to read. My attention was captured from the beginning and carried onto the end. I lost count how many times I laughed. I really want to share how surprised I was with the unexpected plot twist near the end of the book.

I often talk about book boyfriends but rarely talk about having favorite heroines. Nell Newbery makes my list of favorite heroines. She was a kindred klutz like me. She was also a heartwarming character as I enjoyed reading about her overcoming her trust issues. Nell’s character was a role model for following your dreams despite adversity.

Charlie Churchill doesn’t win the book boyfriend award but he gets an honorary mention. I really loved him, and even though I didn’t get much of his inner thoughts and feelings, I found it wasn’t necessary because actions speak louder than words. Charlie clearly demonstrated his love and passion for Nell.

Together, Charlie and Nell made a compelling romance. They were an inspiring couple as they opened their hearts up to each other.

I don’t have any qualms about recommending this book.


  1. I couldn’t stop crying when I read this review. What a wonderful way to start a wednesday. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart and all the parts in between, from the lovely words about the story.

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