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    Loved it!

    I loved this book! Not only is it well written with great characters and a nice pace but the story is fun and completely entertaining. It's a wonderful friends to lovers (well boss and employee) story with a nice slow burn to the romance. There's lots of witty banter and flirty fun making it a great relaxing read. I highly recommend this one.
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    Not what I expected.

    Cecilia "CC" Morgan had six months left on her contract as personal assistant to former NFL great Wade Carter. But having to deal with Wade's latest conquest did it: she was going to hand over her resignation and leave for California. But when Wade's father has a health scare, Wade tells her they're leaving for Credence, and CC doesn't have much choice but to agree. NOTHING BUT TROUBLE is a classic manwhore and sex-starved heroine trope, served Amy Andrews style. Ms. Andrews is one of my favourite contemporary romance authors, but this was not what I expected. It suffers a bit from "first book in a series" syndrome: the town's eligible bachelors are introduced, some eventual female romantic interests as well, along with Credence, in all its small-town glory. Early on, I was already looking forward to what I thought would be book two, a romance that promised to be a very emotional read. I felt it was a more interesting and unusual romance, which deserved to be told separately and with loving care instead of being speedily dispatched. I must admit that I was not feeling the romance between Wade and CC. As I saw it, the romance would not have happened without the forced proximity element. Leaving the second romance for book two, as well as some of the small-town stuff, a lot of which was not necessary to Wade and CC's romance, would have given more room to better develop both stories instead of rushing to the end zone for the touchdown, after countless lateral passes and feints. Amy Andrews' writing is energetic and dynamic, she does a great job with her fictional Colorado town, the numerous characters are all surprisingly well fleshed out, and there are cute critters. NOTHING BUT TROUBLE is a longish novel but a quick and easy read.
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    Nothing But Trouble

    So much fun and flirty and sexy good times! This is a friends to lovers or maybe we should call it boss to employee romance between Cecilia and Wade. First she works for him as his personal assistant and wants to quit and just as she is going to Wade ends up moving them back to his home town to take care of his ailing father. So much fun and witty banter and flirting fun to keep this story going. This had a slow burn to the romance but it was a hot one when it got going. Definitely recommend this one! **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Enjoyable

    4 Star Review Nothing But Trouble (Credence, Colorado #1) by Amy Andrews   Amy Andrews is a new author to me and I have to ask myself why that is. Cecilia Morgan’s life has been totally focused on the man she works for, former NFL quarterback Wade Carter. However one can only work for someone for so long and when CC finally hands in her notice he is shocked,; he cannot imagine his life without CC. However all that will have to wait as Wade is heading back to Credence due to his father’ sill health and he is determined that CC accompany him. I love cowboys and small town romance and Nothing But Trouble certainly made for entertaining reading. It was amusing to watch Wade and CC dance around the feelings that were developing between them. The secondary characters were great, particularly Wade’s family, and I am looking forward to reading their stories. Thrust into life in a small town, Wade and CC soon find themselves involved in small town gossip. There was humour and fun, little piglets and a whole lot of feel good moments in Nothing But Trouble. I really liked CC although Wade annoyed me at first, he grew on me as the story progressed. I look forward to reading more in the series.
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    The romance was explosive and consuming

    I love small town romances, but this one is so much more. The characters are so well developed and quirky (think Nerds candy addiction meets OCD) and the setting in Credence, CO is idyllic. I loved the Tara mansion. The romance was explosive and consuming. Great read that I couldn't put down.

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