• by Samantha Towle
  • Narrated by Sean Crisden, Tatiana Sokolov
  • 9 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Mia Monroe is running. Running from a person she doesn't ever want to find her. Running from a past she doesn't ever want anyone to know. Desperate to find a future that yesterday she could only dream of having.Jordan Matthews likes easy. Easy women. Easy life. Then he meets Mia. She's damaged, troubled, and has more baggage than any person can carry. But the more Jordan gets to know Mia - for the first time in his life - he finds himself wanting to try hard for something, for someone...for her. And then life isn't so easy anymore. Jordan is everything Mia shouldn't want. A tattooed, cocky bad boy who made his money at poker tables and picked his women up in bars. Yet Mia finds herself falling for him. Then the past Mia was running from quickly starts to catch up with her. Because that's the problem with have to stop sometime.And when you stop, you get caught.


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Customer Reviews

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Reformed Playboy + Abused Broken Heroine

What made the experience of listening to Trouble the most enjoyable?

Dual narrative, interesting twist but definitely had a dark vibe to it.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Dozer the dog!

Which character – as performed by Sean Crisden and Tatiana Sokolov – was your favorite?

Both equal however not my favorites. Their voices seem a bit old for these characters in this book.

Any additional comments?

Unfortunately, this book has a similar theme to many other books out right now. sudden reformed womanizer meets tortured abused broken heroine...

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- Jordy ♡♡♡♡ "I'm proud to be a bookaholic...addicted, obsessed, passionate!!! My favorite way to relax & escape reality...."

Terrible - douche alert

I don't understand how you can get a book published when the so-called "hero" is a complete douche - especially a romance. The character of Jordan completely ruined this book for me. I don't expect the characters of any novel to be perfect. In fact, the less perfect the better. But there has to be some kind of redeeming qualities to them. I couldn't find that in Jordan. Granted, I didn't complete the book either, but every time the point of view turned to Jordan I found myself hating everything about him. Even his inner monologue was horrible. He was constantly talking about his cock and how wet he could get it. He was disgusting. Usually when there is a womanizer involved, the inner monologue shows something redeemable about the character. This inner monologue only made me hate his more. Just because he loves his dog and his father doesn't mean he's a good person.

Seriously, I hated this book and plan to return it...the first time I've ever done that with Audible.

Don't waste your credit. Stay away.
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- Michele

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-10-2014
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio