Nothing But Trouble

Nothing But Trouble

by P. Dangelico

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BN ID: 2940161313817
Publisher: P. Dangelico
Publication date: 03/26/2019
Series: Malibu University Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 22,201
File size: 688 KB

About the Author

P. Dangelico loves romance in all forms, furry creatures, the NY Jets (although she’s reconsidering after this season), and to while away the day at the barn (apparently she does her best thinking shoveling horse poop). What she’s not enamored with is referring to herself in the third person and social media. And although she was born in Milan Italy, she’s been Jersey Strong since she turned six.

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Nothing But Trouble 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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gillek2 24 days ago
Relocating from New Jersey to Malibu University was supposed to be the solution to accomplishing Alice’s dreams of becoming a filmmaker but luck was not on her side. When her car breaks down, she becomes the casualty in an accident and the man responsible is Reagan. Now she is unable to work which puts her scholarship in jeopardy and all her dreams are about to go up in smoke. Regan is a star athlete on the water polo team. He may look and be treated by a prince, but the man underneath is sweet and sensitive, and he can’t just let Alice fend for herself when he is responsible for her predicament. As he becomes her personal chauffeur a friendship develops and although they both want more Reagan doesn’t want Alice mixed up in his complicated life and Alice doesn’t believe that someone like Regan would want to be with someone like her. Fun and flirty this friends to lovers romance hits the spot. Hot chemistry, humorous banter and great secondary characters leave us wanting more of the Malibu University series.
Kelly_BTCBlog 26 days ago
Nothing But Trouble was my first book by this author, and it definitely WON’T be the last! I didn’t know how desperate I was to read a brilliantly written NA, sports romance until I started this book. I can honestly say I can’t remember the last one I read. So this book was the PERFECT story I needed at the PERFECT time. It’s like my hypothetical ‘NA romance maidenhead’ grew back, and this book blasted right through it with a battering ram. Was that a little TMI?….oh, well….you’ve most likely read worse, so you’ll survive. *shrug* Nothing But Trouble has ALL THE THINGS needed in a great freaking novel! Humor, heat, friendship, angst, witty banter, chemistry, heartache and sickeningly sexy romance that makes your pulse race and your blood boil! This story starts out with a bang….almost literally. *snort-laugh* (Just read it, then you’ll know what I’m talking about.) I LOVED the evolution of Reagan and Alice’s relationship….from somewhat enemies-to-friends-to-lovers, their connection was pure fire right from the start. And the more you learn about them individually, you can’t help but root for them to become a real couple throughout the entire story. Just when you think “YES, YES! It’s finally happening!”, a wicked wrench gets thrown into the mix, causing all your hopes and naughty dreams to fly out the window. My emotions were put through the proverbial wringer as I endured the highs and lows, the ups and downs, and maybe the ‘ins and outs’ *another snort-laugh* (see what I did there?) of Reagan and Alice’s relationship. You may be wondering, “But their love prevails in the end, right?”….maybe? Maybe not. Love isn’t easy. It’s not all rainbows and butterflies… no matter how much we wish it was. This book was utterly fantastic! I fell in love with both characters immediately and didn’t want this story to end. The only thing I could’ve wanted was a bit longer of an ending. After Reagan and Alice endured so much in the story, the ending seemed a bit incomplete. It didn’t distract or take away from the rest of the story line at all, not one bit…that’s just me being greedy. I just wanted more! Without a doubt, a highly-recommended must read! Don’t pass it up! 5 Stars!
kahea46 26 days ago
***4.5 Stars*** Talk about slow burn goodness! This one pulled out all the stops and then some. I laughed, I growled, I swooned and I really want to spend more time with this cast of diverse and unique characters and find out what makes them all tick! I loved and adored Reagan and Alice. Reagan is all kinds of sweet, golden hearted goodness. It may not appear that way, I mean the man is something of a golden god *smirks*, but he has a good and honorable soul that comes through in his actions time and time again. Alice is a fighter. She has a goal, a dream that she’s always wanted, and works hard every day to achieve that goal. She definitely has a stubborn streak, but she isn’t about to cut off her nose to spite herself. She’s sassy, sweet and is very true to herself and her heart. To say I enjoyed their slow burn romance is an understatement, I loved it! From their first collision (which is quite literal) to watching as they slowly became friends and struggled to keep their attraction to each other solely in the friend zone, it was all kinds of goodness. Their bantering was a lot of fun and the chemistry between them was hot. Now, not everything goes smoothly, but even I didn’t see that one coming. It was heartbreaking, though understandable, and while I would have liked a tinsy more grovelling (Ya’ll know how much I love grovelling) I can’t deny that I loved how everything worked out for them in the end). This wasn’t only a great read, but also a great first in series. I loved how we got introduced to all the characters and the little teases of what MAY be coming in future books. Zoe, Blake, Dora, Brock, Dallas, Cole and Quinn were a lot of fun, though Dora is my fav ATM, and I am totally looking forward to getting to know them all better! ~ Copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley & voluntarily reviewed ~
Anonymous 27 days ago
Three and a half stars. Aspiring photographer, film-maker Alice Bailey has moved heaven and earth, worked harder than ever before, to get from her small community college in New Jersey to Malibu University and she isn't going to let anyone or anything distract her from her goal of getting an internship with James Cameron's production company by submitting a winning short film by the end of the semester. Reagan Reynolds maybe the son of hot-shot lawyers, he may have been born with the proverbial silver spoon in his mouth, he may have the body of a Greek god and be a star player on Malibu's water polo team - but he can't drive. After nearly running Alice over he takes her to the team doctor to assess her injuries, although his family has drilled it into him that they are prime targets for scam artists trying to rip them off for millions in compensation. When Alice brushes off his offers for help he should be relieved, but actually he feels guilty that this girl is suffering because of his poor driving, and intrigued be she seems quick to brush him off. Reagan is the archetypal poor little rich kid, pressurised by his parents into a career he doesn't want, ignored and neglected. Alice on the other hand is the typical over-achiever from a solid blue collar background, struggling to fulfil her dreams. Full disclosure, I've been having a rough time recently and so maybe my head isn't in the right space to review books - this will be the third book by a favourite author to get a meh rating in less than a week - but this book just didn't really do it for me. It was typical college YA/NA sports romance/ rich kid/poor kid romance. Sure there's a more believable angst than others in the genre but it just didn't grab me. As I read early into this morning to finish the book I got the distinct impression that it was plot moves forward, they have sex, plot moves forward, they have sex. As if every time anything happened it had to be rounded off with sex. Maybe it was the late hour, but yawn! Maybe I should have passed on a favourite author when I saw it was billed as NA - I'm a bit over the genre TBH - but it's P. Dangelico so I had to request an ARC. Anyway, if you aren't sleep deprived, bitter, twisted, cynical and a little bit heartbroken you will probably enjoy this well-written NA sports romance. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.