Nothing But Trouble

Nothing But Trouble

For five years, Cecilia Morgan’s entire existence has revolved around playing personal assistant to self-centered former NFL quarterback Wade Carter. But just when she finally gives her notice, his father’s health fails, and Wade whisks her back to his hometown. CC will stay for his dad—for now—even if that means ignoring how sexy her boss is starting to look in his Wrangl...

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Title:Nothing But Trouble
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Nothing But Trouble Reviews

  • Kate Meader

    So lucky to read an ARC of this. It's got a Jill Shalvis/SEP vibe and I had a smile on my face all the way through. Loved every minute.

  • Beth

    Rarely do you find a romance with so many amazing characters, right after I finished

    my mind started contemplating whose story I'd want to hear next...

    Amy Andrews emotionally invested me, the reader. She masterfully pulled me through the gambit emotions following the CC's and Wade's rocking relationship while keeping us completely loving their surrounding cast! She even managed taking an very unlikable, self centered, star and turned him into the perfect guy for CC.

    Straight u

    Rarely do you find a romance with so many amazing characters, right after I finished

    my mind started contemplating whose story I'd want to hear next...

    Amy Andrews emotionally invested me, the reader. She masterfully pulled me through the gambit emotions following the CC's and Wade's rocking relationship while keeping us completely loving their surrounding cast! She even managed taking an very unlikable, self centered, star and turned him into the perfect guy for CC.

    Straight up,

    is a feel good, family centered, hometown romance with a golden cast that I just can't get enough of.

    I received this ARC copy of

    from Entangled Publishing, LLC - Amara. This is my honest and voluntary review.

    is set for publication April 30, 2019.

    My Rating: 5 stars

    Written by: Amy Andrews

    Series: Credence, Colorado

    Sequence Series: Book 1

    Mass Market Paperback: 400 pages

    Publisher: Entangled: Amara

    Publication Date: April 30, 2019

    ISBN-10: 1640635378

    ISBN-13: 978-1640635371

    Genre: Romantic Comedy

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  • Crystal

    Oh Wade, I don’t even know what to do with you, but I love you and your Nerds. Cece is a perfect heroine and just perfect for this football player cowboy. The family, the town, and the side romance are just magnificent. Can’t wait for more from this new series!

  • Alison

    Four and half stars.

    CC Morgan has worked for self-centred former Broncos quarterback Wade Carter for nearly six years. Six years of 24/7 catering to his frankly scary Nerds addiction, buying him condoms at 3am, sending flowers to all the women he breaks up, consoling all the women he breaks up with (because heaven forfend he gives women his own cellphone number). Then just as she is about to hand in her notice Wade's father has a heart attack and Wade decides to move from Denver back to the fami

    Four and half stars.

    CC Morgan has worked for self-centred former Broncos quarterback Wade Carter for nearly six years. Six years of 24/7 catering to his frankly scary Nerds addiction, buying him condoms at 3am, sending flowers to all the women he breaks up, consoling all the women he breaks up with (because heaven forfend he gives women his own cellphone number). Then just as she is about to hand in her notice Wade's father has a heart attack and Wade decides to move from Denver back to the family farm in small town Colorado and he wants CC with him.

    Suddenly CC and Wade are living in a small town, getting involved in town politics and opening up to each other in ways they never have before.

    This is just heaven from start to finish, CC and Wade are great together, she doesn't take any of his NFL macho BS, she doesn't think he's all that, in return he relies on her and respects her attitude. Amy Andrews at her best, not as raunchy as some of her others but still with enough smexy times to raise the temperature. Funny, sweet, sassy with baby pigs!

    Can't wait for the next one in this new series, I want Arlo and Winona to be a thing.

    I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

    Bumped for release.

  • Zoe

    Charming, engaging, and fun!

    Nothing But Trouble is a passionate, workplace romance that introduces the hardworking, fiery CC, a young woman dedicated to her job but ready to head out on her own and start anew, and the confident, magnetic Wade, whose past has left him wary of the idea of forever and not too eager to risk his heart once again.

    The writing is amusing and light. The characters, including all the supporting characters, are gregarious, spirited and lovable. And the plot sweeps you away

    Charming, engaging, and fun!

    Nothing But Trouble is a passionate, workplace romance that introduces the hardworking, fiery CC, a young woman dedicated to her job but ready to head out on her own and start anew, and the confident, magnetic Wade, whose past has left him wary of the idea of forever and not too eager to risk his heart once again.

    The writing is amusing and light. The characters, including all the supporting characters, are gregarious, spirited and lovable. And the plot sweeps you away into an original, irresistible, push-pull storyline filled with witty banter, honest emotion, shameless flirting, palpable chemistry, light drama, swoon-worthy romance, family, friendship, and community.

    Overall, Nothing But Trouble is a fabulous, entertaining read that I thoroughly enjoyed. It has a wonderful cast of characters, a unique and steamy storyline, and a happy-ever-after ending that will not only leave you smiling but anxious to read what will happen in Credence, Colorado next.

    Thank you to Entangled Publishing, for providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

  • Saly

    3.5 stars

    As always Amy knows how to turn up the heat. The book for me had its pros and cons. One of the biggest pros was that the heroine had not been lusting/loving the hero over the past 5 and a half years and after seeing his revolving bedroom like any sane woman had serious doubts over his "fidelity". Our hero Wade was a pro-athlete and obviously a player. The heroine worked for him, basically 24* & and had signed her life away for a hefty paycheck, which would help her realise her dream

    3.5 stars

    As always Amy knows how to turn up the heat. The book for me had its pros and cons. One of the biggest pros was that the heroine had not been lusting/loving the hero over the past 5 and a half years and after seeing his revolving bedroom like any sane woman had serious doubts over his "fidelity". Our hero Wade was a pro-athlete and obviously a player. The heroine worked for him, basically 24* & and had signed her life away for a hefty paycheck, which would help her realise her dream.

    When she sees the end is near, and raring to leave, trouble with hero's family means they negotiate and she can leave earlier if she a city girl agrees to go home with him. The romance in this one is slow-burn. There has been no stolen glances and sighing the past few years which I appreciated. This was a nice, enjoyable read despite the cliched romance-land man-ho hero.

  • Yodamom

    PA CC has been working for a demanding ex quarterback for years. He works her hard, demanding her to always be on call, doing everything from setting making appointments , buying condoms, and dumping his one night stands. She has a plan, she has saved and it's time to move on and find him a new PA. There is only one problem, Wade does not want to let her go. He finds a way to manipulate her and it leads to a whole new complication.

    This was a great read, so much fun. There was so much conflict b

    PA CC has been working for a demanding ex quarterback for years. He works her hard, demanding her to always be on call, doing everything from setting making appointments , buying condoms, and dumping his one night stands. She has a plan, she has saved and it's time to move on and find him a new PA. There is only one problem, Wade does not want to let her go. He finds a way to manipulate her and it leads to a whole new complication.

    This was a great read, so much fun. There was so much conflict between these two. Wade was a womanizing irresponsible man child and CC responsible one, the one with a plan. She knows everything about him, he knows little about her. She wants to stay on a professional level, he wants to test that line. They couldn't be more oil and water, and that makes the best coupling. Hot, steamy, with a slow build up that is perfect for this relationship.

    If you are looking for some snarky, romantic fun, this might be the one for you.

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  • Nicola

    I’m into double figures when it comes to the number of books I’ve read by Amy Andrews and me being the lover I am of small town romances, I was looking forward to this.

    Sexy former NFL players/farmers can only bring joy to the world as can independent sassy women and

    brings us that but it didn’t hit the heights I was hoping for. The storyline in general was sound enough with a fun bunch of characters, however I have to be honest, you

    I’m into double figures when it comes to the number of books I’ve read by Amy Andrews and me being the lover I am of small town romances, I was looking forward to this.

    Sexy former NFL players/farmers can only bring joy to the world as can independent sassy women and

    brings us that but it didn’t hit the heights I was hoping for. The storyline in general was sound enough with a fun bunch of characters, however I have to be honest, you could have shaved a third off the length to no real detriment and that fell largely on CC and Wade’s shoulders as they danced around one another which became tiring.

    But there are cute baby piggies, a sweet—albeit very insta and closed-door—side romance involving Wade’s shyer older brother, banter courtesy of his family and friends, and a raft of quirky vocal residents all determined to do their bit in encouraging more women to make Credence their home. I simply found it too long and CC and Wade’s romance too slow off the mark to become entirely invested in on this occasion.

  • Wendy'sThoughts

    A Cocky Football Stars takes his personal assistant sort of for granted. She has worked with him for years and knows the drill. She takes no crap from him and calls him out when he needs it.

    But the time has come and she gives her notice.

    Unfortunately, the guy's dad has a heart attack and that changes everything. She puts off quitting an

    A Cocky Football Stars takes his personal assistant sort of for granted. She has worked with him for years and knows the drill. She takes no crap from him and calls him out when he needs it.

    But the time has come and she gives her notice.

    Unfortunately, the guy's dad has a heart attack and that changes everything. She puts off quitting and goes out to the farm in Colorado to help take care of the dad. It is there that both of them start to see each other for more than what they were before.

  • ♥ WishfulMiss ♥

    After reading this one it feels weird that I was able to actually finish this the whole way through and not pick it apart and go off the deep end when some of my major pet peeves reared their ugly heads. I feel like I should treat myself for not automatically hating this one, lol. I surprised myself by actually liking this one as much as I did so kudos to the author for making two really likable characters.

    So this book is something outside my comfort zone. I don’t usually like reading about sta

    After reading this one it feels weird that I was able to actually finish this the whole way through and not pick it apart and go off the deep end when some of my major pet peeves reared their ugly heads. I feel like I should treat myself for not automatically hating this one, lol. I surprised myself by actually liking this one as much as I did so kudos to the author for making two really likable characters.

    So this book is something outside my comfort zone. I don’t usually like reading about star athletes and their co-workers/employees/acquaintances falling in love because typically the H is a huge giant manwhore, the h isn’t, there are usually one sided feelings (or unrequited love) and in this trope it’s almost a guarantee that there will be a lot of unwanted details about his past conquests and the OW are always in your face and that type of drama and angst isn’t fun for me.

    managed to avoid most of these and depict the rest so well that even the triggers that did come up did not phase me. It goes to show that the right kind/amount of drama and sweetly redeemed characters can make a huge difference!

    Right off the bat the story opened up with CC, who has been Wade’s PA (for almost 6 years now), realizing that she is finally ready to move on. She’s tired of being at the beck and call of basically a big horny teen trapped in a adult’s body. She’s tired of putting her life on hold for him and his countless women and she’s sick of all of his over indulging and she's also starting to feel aimless in her life.

    But right after she finally works up the nerve to quit, Wade gets some news about his father’s health and in a spur of the moment decision, decides to pack up and head home to the family farm to pitch in and to finally dedicate some time to writing his autobiography, something he's been putting off for a while now. CC feels she owes him and agrees to go but with the understanding that this will basically be her two week notice.

    CC and Wade have a complicated relationship. Both heavily rely on the other but never allowed themselves to see each other as anything other than professionals. AKA boss and employee.

    It’s not until they move in together and small town life and family force them to see each other in a different light. Suddenly they aren’t just boss and employee, their friends and partners, confidants and team mates. This can definitely be classified as a friends to lovers romance and again it complete took me by surprise how much I liked these two really getting to know each other and actually slowly and progressively falling in love.

    As far as their romance goes, this one is a slow burn. It’s not unrequited love either. These two do not develop one sided feelings for each and pine away while the other goes about their love life with no care in the world. They were 100% platonic and I really appreciated that small detail because the overflow of info regarding Wade's promiscuity were pesky enough, but if CC had liked him and he was able to ignore her for almost 6 years? That would have been a hard sell and a big fat fail for me. This only worked for me because his past stayed his past (we only get details about his manwhore behavior in the beginning of the book and it's not constantly thrown in the readers face) and there was no major OW drama. Wade becomes 100% devoted to CC and he never wavers from her or his feelings once he realizes how he feels for her.

    There are a few intertwining plot lines in the story and they all pull at your heartstrings and show you a vulnerable side of the MC. For CC its was her reason behind her California dreams and for Wade, it was finally putting a painful incident in the past, where it belonged and moving forward. I loved meeting Wade’s family too. Especially his brother Wyatt and his mother. Both were great secondary characters.

    Secondary characters actually stole the show for me which is kind of funny because Jenny and Wyatt (Wade’s virgin brother) had very little page time but when they do, they hog the spot light. I loved their meet cute and they were just so perfectly adorable together. I fell in love with their love story and wish they’d gotten their own book! I could have savored their sweet awkward goofball romance a lot longer and not complained once.

    Probably not to the safety gang but others might enjoy this boss/employee, friends to lovers romance. It had really cute moments, some laugh out loud humor and fleshed out characters that will not bore you. I usually steer clear of these types of reads because they can be overly angsty and dramatized but surprisingly this one was well balanced. Some things I could have done without (see quotes below) but overall it was a good read.

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