Book Reviews

REVIEW : The Trouble with You by LA Cotton

Hailee Raine only has to survive one more year.
One year of life in her football obsessed town. 
One year of nauseating school spirit. 
Just one more year of her cruel step-brother Jason; and his cocky, arrogant, football-playing friends. 
She hates them. Especially, Cameron Chase, the guy she thought was different. 

Cameron Chase has the world at his feet.
He has it all; good looks, talent, and the charm to go with it. 
He has colleges lined up at the door, all wanting a piece of Rixon Raiders star wide receiver. 
Until something threatens everything he’s ever worked for, and only one person can quiet the war raging inside him. 
But he’s supposed to hate her; his best friend’s sister. 

She’s off-limits. 
She’s trouble with a capital T. 

Then Hailee finds herself in the middle of a football prank gone wrong… 
And suddenly hating each other never felt so good.

Cameron Chase was everything I hated. And yet, I hadn’t been able to forget the feel of his lips moving against mine, the way he’d held me, touched me.


If you are fan of sports romances or enemies-to-lovers or both The Trouble with You is a MUST READ.

The book was filled with drama, angst, hate, hot and sweet moments. It truly had everything and completely sucked you into the story.

Hailee is the odd one out, the entire school pretty much avoids her thanks to her step brother, Jason. The two of them truly hated each other and would do anything they could to mess with each other. Of course, Hailee had her best friend Felicity (aka Flick) on her side. Her friend was kind of the outcast by association but it’s their senior year and she wants to enjoy it. Hailee, isn’t too keen on the idea. Jason, has his two best friends Asher and Cameron. They go along with Jason’s crazy ideas, but they also try to keep him in check, especially Cameron.

I love Hailee and Cameron. There is chemistry between them. Though, Cameron had also played some hurtful pranks on Hailee in the past. She thought they would be friends, but he sided with Jason. Their romance was a slow burn that was filled with angst.

I loved their group of friends, yes even Jason. This can be read as a standalone, but it also does a great job of introducing the other characters for the future and leaving you wanting to know more. I can’t wait to see what happens with Jason and Flick’s story and I can’t wait to get more of Hailee and Cam and of course, Asher!