Review: Trouble by Tia Louise


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Grey's Promotions.

Tia Louise is back with her newest standalone, and it's a companion novel to her previous release, Twist of Fate. If you're familiar with that aforementioned book, then you may recall Spencer Carrollton and Joselyn Winthrop. He's a thirty-two-year-old billionaire who has no interest in being tied down to any singular woman; she's a twenty-five-year-old massage therapist with a specialty in sports medicine who believes in happily-ever-afters. Trouble is their story, and that's exactly what they find themselves in once they become entangled in each other. It is a romantic comedy with a sprinkling of angst to it.

Spencer Carrollton offers Joselyn Winthrop a job just when she needs it. You'd think she'd be wise to keep things between purely professional. After all, NOT becoming involved with a client is a hard and fast rule of hers; however, Joselyn finds herself falling hard and fast. The thing is, Spencer has made it clear he isn't the type to become romantically involved or committed to any woman. So why can't he seem to get enough of this one woman who seems to know which buttons to push? These two? TROUBLE. The best kind...

I do love a book that makes you want to kick back and simply enjoy the story that's unfolding. I know some readers were saying that this had Beauty and the Beast-inspired vibes, but I prefer to think of it as its own story. Spencer wasn't truly what I'd considered Beastly, but more of someone whose past has led him to be wary of others and protective of his fragile heart. Joselyn was very much a woman with an independent spirit and full of sass but also the sort of partner that Spencer needed in his life. These two were so wonderfully matched, and I truly got a kick out of reading--and falling in love with--their story throughout. Tia Louise delivers another fun-filled rom-com with Trouble. Four stars.

Release Date: 19 July 2021

Date Read: 19 July 2021

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