By:Andrew Troy Keller

If I'm not mistaken,there was a movie entitled 'I Love Trouble',which starred Nick Note and Julia Roberts and was about two rival reporters who develop a strong relationship to each other,while chasing a really hot news story--and it got me to thinking what would happen if it had happened in real life?

Case in point:David Stevenson has been in the TV news business for most of his life and no other reporter had dared to take that type of job security away from him--but that was until the Fourteenth day of June,when a new reporter,a Yasmine Bleeth type beauty named Susan Waltrip has arrived for her first day of work and told her new coworkers that she'll honored to be the new face to replace a certain piece of dead weight named Stevenson.

But then,after he had heard what she had said,a very angry David had gotten out of his seat,walked over to the new reporter and tapped on her shoulder,only to have her turn around,so that he was able to see how beautiful she really was.

And after he had gotten a good look at his new coworker and cleared his throat,David had introduced himself and invited her to go out to dinner with him after the broadcast was over,which she said 'yes' to the invitation.

Meanwhile,while they were at a local italian bistrol and enjoying a plate of spaghetti and meat sauce,David had looked at Susan and asked,"Why do you want to work as a TV news reporter?"

"Well,let's just say that I'm one of those people who loves trouble.",answered Susan,after she had placed her hand on top of David's."How about you,David?Do you also love trouble?"

"I sure do,Susan.",answered David,after he had placed his gentle hand on her cheek."As a matter of fact,I'll show you how much trouble I love."

And after he had moved his lips closer to Susan's,both she and David had kissed each other ever so passionately on the lips,before they had gone over to his apartment,removed all of their clothes and began to make mad,passionate love to each other.

After that,they so much in love with each other,that one year later,David Stevenson had married his newfound bride,Susan Waltrip-Stevenson at the same studio where they've first met--and after they had returned from their Hawaiian honeymoon,they had decided to give up their careers and move to Los Angeles,where they had just sold a script to Paramount Television for a comedy-drama entitled 'Those Who Love Trouble'.