Review of Asking for Trouble (Credence, Colorado #3) by Amy Andrews

“I’d like to smother you in peanut butter and lick it off.” 


Genre: Contemporary Romance

Length: 390 Pages

POV: Third Person


After three years in Credence trying to fade into the background, Della Munroe is sick of being invisible. She’s ready to take back control. To live a little. Hell, she’s ready to see what this dating fuss is all about. And if that means she has to download Tinder and date every guy in Colorado, then she’s up for it.

After her first disastrous attempt, she decides navigating online dating would be better with a wingman, and there’s no better person for it than Tucker Daniels. After all, he is a man. And he owns a bar, which practically makes him a relationship expert. He’s also her older brother’s best friend. Yes, she may have the teeniest tiny inconvenient crush on him, but he’s always had her back.

Tucker Daniels would rather eat broken glass than watch Della go out with a bunch of douchebag dudes only out for one thing. Unfortunately, he’s never been able to say no to her, and before he knows it, Tucker’s not only vetting her dates—he’s teaching her to drive, helping her move out, and buying her a puppy!

But when Della wants him to tutor her in more intimate arts, he freaks out. Because this little sister is strictly off-limits, and saying yes to Della is asking for a whole lot of trouble.

Each book in the Credence, Colorado series is STANDALONE:
* Nothing But Trouble
* The Trouble with Christmas
* Asking for Trouble

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from Entangled Publishing via NetGalley.*

Tucker is in love with his best friends younger sister. He won’t admit to anyone, let alone himself.

“Talking about bases with my friend’s little sister? I’d rather set fire to the bar.”

Della had a hard childhood and then an awful marriage. Her half-brother found her and saved her from the hell she was in. If you’ve read the previous books in this series you’ve learned a little about her.

It took years for her to find herself again, but once she did she wanted to get back to as much normal as possible.  Truly what she wanted was Tucker, but she knew he didn’t like her like that, so the next best thing…dating app. And who best to help her…Tucker. Why? Because he was the first picture that popped up on her screen. Of course he had it deleted before she could swipe right.

“Are they all so…scandalous?”

Her dating app escapades were a little humorous, mostly because of her inexperience. However, for Tucker, they were torture. Until one night Della decided to make a move and poor Tucker couldn’t resist what he’d been secretly desiring.

“Well…you’re also a really attractive guy who” – her gaze dropped to his mouth – “looks like he knows how to kiss a woman just right.

All they had to do now was decide if they were temporary, like planned, or in it for the long haul. Oh, and someone had to tell her brother. Yikes! I wouldn’t have wanted to that’s for sure. He is a little overprotective, but also understandably so.

Asking for Trouble is another good book in the Credence, Colorado series. It takes two broken people and makes them whole. I’m looking forward to seeing where else this series goes.

Oh and love all things Frieda! Love the discussion about going there between Della and Tucker. Definitely loved the actual trip there with the girls. Can’t wait to see if maybe a certain writer and cop discover a flame of their own.

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.






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