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Trouble [Paperback]

Sasha White

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Excellence! 23 Aug 2007
By Laurie - Published on
When Samair Jones loses her boutique job, her boyfriend and her home all in the same day, she hits the ground running with a dogged determination to begin living for herself, damn everyone else and what they might think. When she goes to Risqué, a club where her best friend is a dancer, and she meets the club's owner, Valentine Ward, passions immediately flair. The two begin a heated relationship that's based at first on great sex, but soon they share a mutual understanding of, and respect for, one another. Samair is determined to get her line of clothing off the ground, but at the same time her feelings for Val and concerns over his ex-wife's continued malicious presence in their lives, have her emotions tumbling.

Valentine Ward is used to having any woman he wants and he wants Samair the moment he sees her in his club. He's the owner of a hugely successful club, having built it up himself from nothing; he is extremely proud and determined to make it work. Samair is equally hard working and determined to make her intimate apparel line a success, something Val admires and appreciates. It isn't long before Valentine envisions more with Samair than just a quick fling, but his ex-wife's scheming has put his ownership of the club in a precarious situation. He needs to take care of the business of the club, his very livelihood, before he can think of a future with Samair.

Ms. White has once again given readers a highly erotic story that goes much deeper than just sex. Samair and Val are wonderfully written characters whose story would be just as contagious if it didn't contain sex; isn't that the true measure of a truly excellent romance? Secondary characters are equally intriguing, and Val's friend Karl (whom readers first met in BOUND) will have his story told in WICKED, coming from Sasha White in January `08, which promises to be just as delicious as TROUBLE!
19 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Trouble 30 Mar 2008
By Kelly - Published on
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I am an avid reader of erotic books, but for me to find one enjoyable, I prefer a good story along with the steamy sex. This book had no story to speak of, but what was worse, the characters were awful, and not developed. I didn't care if they were together or not. Believe it or not the writing was worse than everything I mentioned above. The sex scenes were forced between two characters we cared nothing about. I only got in the first 100 pages, as that was all I could stomach. Spend your hard earned cash on something else.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars You'll need asbestos reading mits for this one! 13 Oct 2007
By Sheri Fogarty - Published on
Samair Jones is fed up: with her job, her boyfriend and her current best girlfriend too. From what she feels is her worst day ever she just picks up and takes off. Sammie decides it's time to stop settling and go for her dreams.

She calls her best friend from college Joey, who she hasn't seen for years.
Joey is a dancer and works at the hot club in town Risqué. When Samair goes to meet her at work she meets a man who sets her on fire and is determined to make ALL her fantasies come true.

I came to love Samair and Val so much I didn't want it to end. It's a compelling and beautiful love story as well as a steamy hot read. I'm hoping we get to see them again in Karl's story, Wicked, which is coming out soon!

This book was terrific, a fabulous example of the best of erotic romance and highly recommended.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Trouble 10 Dec 2007
By MNix - Published on
Samair Jones has spent years trying to be what her family expects her to be, but she's had enough. She quits her hated day job and returns home to discover her boyfriend cheating on her with her roommate. Completely fed up, she walks out, determined to not be anyone's doormat again. Instead, she decides to reclaim her nickname of "Trouble" and to make her own way on her own terms - including starting a business focused on her passion for creating custom designed lingerie and dance costumes.

Valentine Ward owns Risqué, a hot club in Vancouver, Canada. Risqué is Val's baby and one of the few things he wanted during his divorce from his rich ex-wife. She turned him off women completely with her spite and manipulation, but when he spots Samair dancing in his club, he can't resist her sexy allure.

Samair is seduced by the handsome and sexy Val with his offer to indulge every one of her fantasies with no strings attached. The thrill of being in charge of even this part of the new life she's building for herself is irresistible.

But Val's powerful ex-wife has a plan in mind that may destroy everything Samair and Val have worked for, along with their games, and she wants to talk to Samair.

Trouble is the perfect name for this new romance by one of my favorite authors, Sasha White. This story was so good that it hooked me immediately and had me squirming in my chair - in the middle of a convention, no less. Samair never came across as any sort of wimp, but her taking charge of her life, its direction, had me cheering her on. "Trouble" is a nickname that totally suits Samair. Val's inability to resist Samair combined with his difficulties in opening up to her after his ex-wife's actions made me fear that it would doom their relationship.

Trouble is rife with hot sex, rich and compelling true-to-life characters and a story that caught and completely held my attention. Sasha has again managed to pull off a sensual, erotic romance with its sexual and emotional tension building and building throughout the story until its resolution brought a most satisfying afterglow. This is one of my favorites of Sasha's books to date, but I'm eagerly awaiting her next story. If you like a little Trouble in your life, you need to read this book. It instantly went into my keeper pile.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars I liked it, but it was mild for White 14 Dec 2010
By Rhonda Parker - Published on
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I enjoyed this book, and really liked Samier, the main female character. I loved her struggle to build a life for herself independent of what family and friends envisioned. I also liked Val, but found him a little bland when compared to his VERY hot friend Karl(Wicked)and some of White's other delectable male characters. The romance was kind of sweet, and I empathized with him over his dilemma with the ex-wife, but as far as sexual heat, he didn't put it out there like I'm used to from this author. (That said, I thought the first scene, in Val's office on the desk, was very, very hot!!!).
Its a well-written book, with White's usual compelling secondary characters and strong female protag, but really we have more of a hot romance here, rather than erotica. No where near as steamy as Wicked!
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