#BookReview Trouble Me by Beck Anderson

Posted 5 June, 2015 by angypotter in Book Reviews, Books, Collage / 0 Comments

#BookReview Trouble Me by Beck AndersonTrouble Me by Beck Anderson
(Website, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads)Also by this author: The Jeweler, Fix You
Published by Simon and Schuster Publication Date: May 12 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
Buy the Book in AmazonSource: Nina Bocci
In Fix You, movie star Andrew Pettigrew (Andy to his fans, Andrew to his friends) somehow found the level-headed love he was looking for in young widow and “regular girl” Kelly Reynolds. Now, as they work to mesh their growing relationship with his gold-statue ambitions, things go a bit sideways, in true Hollywood fashion.

Though they’re still wonderfully in love, it’s challenge enough for Andrew and Kelly to decipher what it means to be a family—and a growing family at that—between takes on set. But Andrew also brings history with a temperamental co-star, assorted paparazzi, and someone out there who has serious, perhaps obsessive, issues with him into the mix. Suddenly the Reynolds-Pettigrew clan must fight not just to stay together, but to stay safe.

In Trouble Me, the sequel to Fix You and third novel from Rita finalist Beck Anderson, Kelly and Andrew struggle to stay sane within their whirlwind life. It’s a life that’s equal parts amazing and amusing, less glamorous than you might expect, and spiked with very real fears no amount of stardom can overcome.

Will Andrew and Kelly be torn apart, or will they help each other stay strong at their broken places?

I received this book for free from Nina Bocci in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Book review: 4 stars

This is the kind of books I love, Trouble Me is the story after Andrew and Kelly’s HEA in Fix Me (Read my review here). It’s about how Andrew and Kelly are growing as a couple, how he is adapting to the family dynamics with Beau and Hunter and how Kelly is adapting to “Andy”’s celebrity life. Their life is almost perfect. Almost! The amount of drama in this book was just perfect, because there are parts when you really think things are going down, and you get so worried about them, but Beck is known for loving HEA, so you’ll read a beautiful happy ending for Andrew and Kelly.

What I loved about this book: ANDREW’S POV! Woohoo! I wished this when I was reading Fix Me, and Beck made me so happy with his chapters. I loved reading how much he loves Kelly, her kids and his new life, his private life anyway, because his career is still amazing, he is still a successful actor with lots and lots of contracts. I really enjoyed his interactions with his agent, his bodyguard – Tucker was amazing with all of them, I’m in love <3 – and of course, Kelly’s boys. He protected them, loved them but never for one second wanted to replace their father – RIP Peter –

I still think Kelly is amazing, and after reading the end of this book, I think of her as a hero! She does everything to protect her family and her relationship with Andrew. She had to go through a lot in this book – I wanted to hug her most of the time –, and sadly she was a little naive until the very end of the book, but IMHO, I think she did great at the end: GO GIRL!

If you didn’t have the chance to read Fix Me, go, read it now and then read Trouble Me, because these books are amazing, easy to read, easy to love and most of all, the perfect amount of drama, comedy and romance.

100% recommended.


dream cast

Beck’s Andrew is Robert Pattison


My Andrew is Jamie Dornan


And, I finally have a dream cast for Kelly, Jennifer Garner






other books

Fix You final cover

Click on the cover to read my review




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