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  • Sometimes Trouble Is Good

    Nothing But Trouble is the first in the new series by author P. Dangelico and my first read by this author. Alice is a strong, young woman determined to make it through college and get her dream job. Reagan is a sexy water polo player just trying to live up to his parents dream for him. Two people from two totally different families walk through friendship, love, and grief all while trying to deny the attraction between each other. Neither of them want anything or anyone to get in the way of their dreams. This book is so much more than just a sports romance! It will have you feeling all the emotions that are unleashed at every turn of the page! I truly loved all of the characters in this story and wasn’t ready for it to end when it did. Although the ending was abrupt, it doesn’t take anything away from this fantastic story and will leave you wanting more!

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  • Sexy Water Polo Player

    P. Dangelico scores again! I loved every minute of this slow burn, witty story filled with lots of snappy dialogue. From the first page, I was transported into the world of Reagan and Alice, who meet in college when Reagan almost runs Alice over. Reagan and Alice are total opposites. Reagan is a rich, entitled, popular water polo player. Alice is a sarcastic, smart mouthed New Jersey native thrown into the rich, glamorous world of Malibu. She doesn’t recognize Reagan and has never heard of water polo. Reagan is a good guy and feels bad for injuring Alice when he nearly hits her with his car. He comes from money and parents with a lot of expectations. He wants to help Alice but she continually refuses his help and that drives Reagan crazy. He is not used to being ignored. Alice grew up with a lot of love but little money. She is snarky, fun, honest, down to earth and Reagan is drawn to her. This college sports romance is a great start to a new series by P. Dangelico. I fell in love with Reagan and was also highly entertained by his water polo teammates. I love all the entertaining interactions between Reagan and his friends. I was laughing out loud at all their bantering. Alice girlfriends are fun and snarky, too. My only problem with the story was its abrupt ending. I was so invested in these characters I needed more.

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  • slow burn

    Alice and Reagan are the main character in this slow burn sweet new adult romance novel. I really enjoyed reading this book, it was funny with interesting characters. Alice makes a retrospective of her journey from the start when she comes to new city, school, how she meets her new friends and how she falls in love. Great written novel with wonderful interesting well developed characters. Both Alice and Reagan are interesting and easy to love. I loved the whole story with what I was bothered was Reagan disappearing. I cannot wait to see what happens with the next watrepolo boy. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly

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  • cute

    Sweet new adult romance novel. Dangelico is new to me but has written numerous books with various levels of spice. This one is probably one-chilli spicy, with sex, but not tons. So, there are a few elements that gave me pause, like the use of the phrase "bad neighborhood." I really liked how the characters were there own heros, and how it was fairly sex positive. The author did a good job of differentiating the voices as she toggled between the first person of the two MCs. But, overall, I thought this was a solid New adult romance. Note: Drug addiction and poor parenting are part of the story if those are triggers, be aware. Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Just Wonderful

    A wonderful, quick, light, easy and addictive read. I love sports romance, and I thought I’d pretty much read across all sports, but water polo is new to me. I’ve googled the heck out of it and yes water polo players have fantastic bodies, hot, hot, hot. So yes we’ve got a hot as hell main character Reagan Reynolds, the thing is, Reagan is also a great person, and when he nearly knocks down Alice Bailey in his car, Alice ends up with an ankle injury, and Reagan does everything in his power to help her. Alice however is unwilling to accept his assistance, she’s very independent and stubborn, this however only makes Reagan more determined. Herein starts an unlikely friendship, both feeling the attraction, but unwilling to act on it. Wonderful writing, characters (and friendship groups), and an all round great story that had me shedding a tear at one point. I am so looking forward to more in this series. I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. This is my honest review.

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