Trouble (True Desires, #3)

Trouble (True Desires, #3)

by Sasha White

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Trouble (True Desires, #3) by Sasha White

“MS. WHITE NEVER FAILS TO COME UP WITH SOMETHING DIFFERENT AND WICKED.” -The Romance Studio

Samair Jones is fed up. Her job sucks, she’s a disappointment to her parents, and to cap things off, she catches her boyfriend cheating on her. Pissed off and hurt, Samair reaches out to an old friend, and realizes that it’s time to start living her life, her way

When she meets hot nightclub owner Valentine Ward, a one night stand seems like the perfect way to start her new journey off with a bang. One night turns into more when Valentine makes it clear he can, and will, make every one of her secret fantasies come true and Samair realizes he’s her kind of trouble…

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153369440
Publisher: White Hot Books
Publication date: 06/21/2016
Series: True Desires , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 191,241
File size: 638 KB

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Trouble 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You buy this genre of book for a reason but it is really nice when the story is good. Definitely a story of coming to terms with what you want out of life and who you are truly living for. Samair is a great character and under all of her issues, you see a really nice person and you find yourself pulling for her. Of course, it helps that Val is really hot and sexy. And you meet Karl, Val's friend, who is the main character in the sequel, Wicked. Well written, with intended results. It worked for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Trouble was, for me, a good solid read of fiction with an erotic edge. I liked the character and thought her woes were really realistic. Overall, this is something I would lend to friends.
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For only 186 pages? That's insane.
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I've read several of Sasha White's books. The others I've read were a little bit better. Overall, this was still an interesting read. But...I doubt I'll read it again. Just a tad above average.
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This book was o.k. because the author has written much better books. This book was alright, not that interesting or erotic. I just didn't care for the story being told. It was underdeveloped. You must make the reader care about the main characters for the book to truely fly. I like erotica with a good story not just for the sake of print ot meeting publishing deadlines.
storm1974 More than 1 year ago
Okay I have a tendency to read out of order. i read Wicked first with Karl. the ultimate ALPHA MALE DOMINANT. Since Val and Karl were friends I just assumed that Val was along the same lines. However, he was a definant alpha without being cocky and arrogant like Karl. I loved the story and would read it again. Samair has realized her life was moving in slow motion and not making her happy. When things happen forcing her to change her way of life she decides to go all in. and Val happens to be one of those things. I strongly suggest reading Trouble and then Wicked and then My Prerogative.
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