"A book that shows we can be what we want to be"
Samair Jones has finally had enough of trying to please her
parents, be what her parents want her to be. It is time for
her to "Be" what she wants to be. Doing what they wanted
she has a job she hates, and a boyfriend that, yes they
love him, but he is pure scum.
So the time has come that Samair has decided to do what she
wants, and that is going to Joey, her friend she hasn't
seen for years. She decides to move in with Joey, that is
just the beginning. Samair has decided she needs to spice
up her life, follow her dream to design and create her own
fashion line. Trouble, what better name than "Trouble"?
That will say, show in one word what she wants her new
fashion line to stand for. In building this new part of her
life she meets Valentine Ward, who is the owner of "Club
Risque" where her friend Joey dances. Valentine is the
dream man that she thought would only be in her dreams late
at night. But no now she has him in her life, the man that
set all of her fantasies free. But what started out as
just "Fun" became so much more, Love. Will what they share
keep growing now that each of them has found their other
half in each other? Can Samair finally get what she has
always dreamed of but now is living?
The few books I have read by Sasha White have blown me
away. The gifted story telling this author has is what most
other authors dream to be. Trouble is full of dreams, and
passion that will set any reader flying. Sasha took a woman
that could be any one of us readers and gave her what most
of us only dream of. She shows us that we all can live out
our dreams if we allow ourselves to dream big. I look
forward to reading more by this great author.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted January 2, 2008
Samair Jones is bored with her go-nowhere job, and fed up with her two-timing boyfriend. She’s had it up to here with being the pushover. All Samair wants is to let loose, be herself, and live by her own rules.
But it’s only when she meets Valentine Ward, the hot owner of the club Risqué, that the decadent possibilities of answering only to herself become daringly clear. Especially when Valentine is willing to indulge every one of Samair’s fantasies-no strings attached. At least none that Samair can see…
Then she meets Valentine’s ex-wife Vera. She’s powerful, wealthy, jealous and dangerously manipulative. Vera’s about to throw new kink into Samair and Valentine’s games. But this one could be trouble.