Nothing But Trouble by P. Dangelico – Review

Alice is a transplant to California from New Jersey. She’s tough, but also an introvert, and she loves cinematography. On the surface, Reagan is a rich kid from Malibu living his best life. He lives with his friends in a beach house and plays water polo for Malibu University. When the two meet, or more so when Reagan almost runs Alice over, the sparks fly. With a bum ankle and very limited funds, the job that Alice has is a necessity. However, when she gets let go because of the ankle, Reagan steps up, to help assuage his guilt. As the two get to know each other, Reagan tries to keep Alice in the friend zone. He has enough on his plate with school, sports, and his family he can’t juggle a relationship. When things come to a head for the two of them the question is, can Reagan make room for Alice in his life, and can Alice accept who Reagan is behind the perfect persona?

Nothing But Trouble is the first in a series by P. Dangelico, and this book was everything I hoped it would be. From the very beginning I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen next for Reagan and Alice, or what was going to come out of Reagan’s mouth next. I appreciate the banter between all of the characters. For me, that is what makes a book enjoyable, the way that the characters interact with each other. When the banter is good, it makes it easy to feel like you are a part of it, and that is exactly what P. Dangelico did with this book. I’m hoping that the next books in this series are about the secondary characters we met in this book, because there are a few ‘couplings’ that I would like to see more of!

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