* Review * NOTHING BUT TROUBLE by Amy Andrews

* Review * NOTHING BUT TROUBLE by Amy AndrewsNothing But Trouble by Amy Andrews
Series: Credence, Colorado #1
Published by Entangled: Amara on April 30, 2019
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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 Wranglers.

To say CC’s notice is a bombshell is an insult to bombs. Wade can’t imagine his life without his “left tackle.” She’s the only person who can tell him “no” and strangely, it’s his favorite quality. He’ll do anything to keep her from leaving, even if it means playing dirty and dragging her back to Credence, Colorado, with him.

But now they’re living under the same roof, getting involved in small-town politics, and bickering like an old married couple. Suddenly, five years of fighting is starting to feel a whole lot like foreplay. What’s a quarterback to do when he realizes he might be falling for his “left tackle”? Throw a Hail Mary she’ll never see coming, of course.


NOTHING BUT TROUBLE is the first book in the Creedence, Colorado series by Amy Andrews and it is laugh out loud funny! The story revolves around a former NFL quarterback and his long-time personal assistant in a delightful boss/employee to lovers story.

Cecilia AKA CC is a super fun character. She truly likes Wade as a person, but she’s getting so fed up with being at his beck and call 24/7 that she’s ready to throw in the towel. It just so happens that her investments have paid off and are handing her the opportunity gift-wrapped … she just has to work up the willpower to tell Wade she’s leaving.

Wade is delightful! He’s hot, sexy, kind-hearted and just enough of a spoiled man-child that we have to crack up time and again at some of his antics. I couldn’t have enjoyed this guy more.

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys snarky comedy mixed into their romance. If this is any indication of what Creedence, Colorado is going to be like, I’ll be jumping on the future books in the series bandwagon right away!


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