Nothing but Trouble by Amy Andrews _ Book Review



For five years, PA Cecilia Morgan’s entire existence has revolved around playing “left tackle” to former NFL quarterback Wade Carter. She’s so good at her job, the man can’t even buy his own condoms! Well, today she’s giving the Worst-Boss-Ever her notice.

To say CC’s announcement was a bombshell is an insult to bombs. And horribly timed, with his publisher breathing down his neck. Not too many things defy Wade Carter. Well…except his mother. His PA. And the blinking cursor of doom.

Time to call an audible.

CC is gobsmacked. Three months in his small hometown—somewhere devoid of “female distractions,” he says—while he finishes his book, and he’ll cut her loose?! And he thinks a cowboy hat and dimpled smile and she’ll just say yes? Penalty flag.

Wade can’t believe CC and the council arranged busloads of single women to visit their dying town. She never gives up. But three Super Bowl rings prove he’s no quitter, either.

But then their fighting starts to feel a whole lot like foreplay. What’s a quarterback to do when he realizes he might be falling for his left tackle?

Time to throw a Hail Mary.

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About Amy Andrews

Amy is an Aussie author of hot contemporary romance who believes in multiple orgasms, mighty wangs and happily ever afters. She’s been penning them for over twenty years and has 70+ books to her name.

As well as unforgettable characters and great sex you’ll also be treated to some laughs and a dollop of quirk because Amy doesn’t seem to know how to write a book without a bit of both. You might also cry a little because there’s nothing she loves more than a laughy-criey book!

She also loves sunsets and rainbows, unicorns and mermaids, booze and travel. And her home that overlooks the ocean. She may also happen to believe she was a Roman goddess in her past life because its the only thing that explains her adoration for all things Italy.

Connect with Amy

Twitter: @amyandrewsbooks


[I received a physical copy for an honest review]

Nothing But Trouble is the first book in Amy Andrews new country romance series, Credence, Colorado. It was an adorable story that I enjoyed every minute of.

Watching him croon and calm a fussing piglet was about the damn sexiest thing she’d ever seen. It was like… farm porn.

This story is a complete feel good read with its small town community, meddling seniors, close-knit friends, and cute farm animals. The story line flows and the characters are all well-developed. CC was a fantastic strong independent woman with a soft side, you can’t help but like her. Wade was a bit full of himself, a tad childish and somewhat of a playboy but for some reason of was instantly smitten with him. All these behaviors came off as innocent from him, especially how clueless he was when it came to his feelings for CC. When the finally start getting to know each other on more personal level instead of strictly boss and assistant they had a genuine connection. The book doesn’t have a ton of intimacy scenes in it but the ones that there is are passionate.

His heart kicked in his chest. Their relationship was shifting. It was subtle but undeniable. Right now it felt …cozy. And domestic. And he liked it.

I also really loved Wade’s brother Wyatt. I instantly wanted him to find his happy and I’m glad he did. Amy Andrews did a great job of introducing all of Wade’s friends and got me excited for them to get their own books in the future, at least I hope that the direction the series goes. Overall, Nothing But Trouble was a wonderful feel good small town romance. A great start to a series and one I recommend to all cowboy loving readers.

She wasn’t like any other woman he’d ever met. She was rare. Unique. A one-off. She was five Superbowl rings. An eighty-yard hail mary.



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