I Knew You Were Trouble

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Author: Lauren Layne
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780399178726
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Category: Fiction

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USA TODAY BESTSELLER • New York City’s hottest bachelors are stirring up trouble in this fun, flirty Oxford Novel, as a love triangle forces a feisty beauty to choose between winning back Mr. Right or giving in to Mr. Wrong. Taylor Carr has it all a sleek job in advertising, a stunning Manhattan apartment, and the perfect man to share it with: Bradley Calloway. Even after Bradley dumps her for a co-worker on move-in day, Taylor isn’t worried. She’ll get her man eventually. In the meantime, she needs a new roommate. Enter Nick Ballantine, career bartender, freelance writer and longtime pain in Taylor’s ass. Sexy in a permanent five-o’clock-shadow kind of way, Nick knows how to push Taylor’s buttons, as if he could see right through to the real her. Nick’s always trying to fix people, and nobody could use a good fixing more than Taylor. Sure, she’s gorgeous, with mesmerizing silver eyes, but it’s her vulnerability that kills him. Now that they’re shacking up together, the chemistry is out of control. Soon they’re putting every part of their two-bedroom apartment to good use. Then Taylor’s ex comes crawling back to her, and Nick figures she’ll jump at the chance to go back to her old life unless he fights for the best thing that ever happened to him.Lauren Layne’s New York Times bestselling Oxford series can be read in any order: IRRESISTIBLY YOURS I WISH YOU WERE MINE SOMEONE LIKE YOU I KNEW YOU WERE TROUBLEDon’t miss any of Lauren Layne’s hot reads:The Love Unexpectedly series: BLURRED LINES | GOOD GIRL | LOVE STORY | WALK OF SHAME | AN EX FOR CHRISTMASThe Sex, Love & Stiletto series: AFTER THE KISS | LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH | JUST ONE NIGHT | THE TROUBLE WITH LOVEPraise for I Knew You Were Trouble“Lauren Layne is one of a handful of authors that can break your heart, while keeping you smiling the whole time.” I Love Romance (five stars) “It is a fun and flirty battle of the sexes that will leave you giddy over the sheer romance of falling in love.” All About Romance “I Knew You Were Trouble is everything we love about the Oxford and Stiletto books. It has the office drama, the incredibly real and vibrant characters, and enough snark and fun to keep you up late into the night finishing the story. Nick and Taylor are one hell of a pair and I can’t wait to re-read their story as soon as possible.” Hypable “I Knew You Were Trouble was flirty, sexy, angsty and absolutely fabulous! This was a classic [Lauren Layne] book, and I devoured it in one night.”
Star-Crossed Book Blog “I Knew You Were Trouble was fast-paced and pretty darn steamy. I loved it.” Obsessive Book Nerd “I Knew You Were Trouble is an irresistible combination of funny and sexy in this coworkers-to-enemies-to-roommates-to-lovers tale.” Harlequin Junkie“I can always count on enjoying a Lauren Layne book and this was no exception. Looking forward to whatever she’s going to give us next!” The Book Hookup“Lauren Layne is a master of the book hangover. I laughed! I cried! I laughed and cried some more! I can’t get enough of Layne’s fantastic heroes.” Jessica Lemmon, author of Forgotten PromisesIncludes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

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  • Max Powers
    Huge fan of the series this one not my favorite
  • Annette annette Quick
    I think I liked this one best so far, such easy reading, such pleasant characters. This one got me laughing, which I needed right now, and I can totally understand Twinkie, having been subjected to “white stuffing “many times . Yes,best Oxford novel so far. Is Hunter next? Hope so, he seems like a good guy too.
  • Danielle
    3.5 stars I am a fan of the Oxford Series, and I knew I had to read I Knew You Were Trouble as soon as I could! That being said, this was not my favorite book in the series, Taylor has it all. Good Job, Boyfriend. Life is good, Until she gets dumped the day she is to move in with her boyfriend. Her leaves her a “Dear John”, leaving her stuck. She has to move in and needs a roommate. Enter Nick. I liked Nick (most of the book). Him and Taylor has a love/hate relationship. It kept you on your toes. You knew from page one that they would end up together and I loved seeing them get there (the long roundabout way!). I liked Nick more than Taylor at times, but then there was times I didn’t care for Nick either. It was overall a decent read for me. I just didn’t love it like I usually love this series.
  • Bette Hansen
    Another amazing read in the Stiletto/Oxford world! As expected in a Lauren Layne novel there is plenty of snark, humor, yummy men, and romance. To the outsider it would appear that Taylor Carr and Nick Ballantine can’t stand each other. Funny though how there is such a fine line between love and hate and that line is getting pretty fuzzy between these two. When Taylor finds herself with an apartment she can’t afford and desperately in need of a roommate how can she afford to turn down Nick’s request to move in. Taylor’s determined to keep things platonic. Nick might have different ideas though! This is one for the must read list! I highly recommend it.
  • Isha Coleman
    Lauren Layne is one of a handful of authors that can break your heart, while keeping you smiling the whole time. Readers don’t have to like every character, but by the end, it’s hard not to love them. I Knew You Were Trouble is an ideal example of that. Taylor is a little much at first meeting, but as more is revealed about her, it’s easy to understand why. She hides painful insecurities. Nick pushes her, because he sees the beautiful woman behind the abrasive attitude. Another winner.
  • DJ Sakata
    Favorite Quotes: She hated being the newcomer— hated feeling vulnerable in any way for fear that someone would see right through her shield of confidence and call her out as a fraud. To expose her as what she really was on the inside: lonely. Maybe a little unlovable, if she wanted to get melodramatic about it. We talked. That was it. Why is it that everyone seems to think carnage will follow whenever I have a conversation with someone? I’m not seeing anyone else, Taylor. I couldn’t even if I wanted to. You consume me. I’ve got three sisters and four nieces, and my best friend is a woman. I’m fluent in the language of lady tears. My Review: I find I am rather conflicted in how to rate this book. While, as always, Ms. Layne’s work was amusing and well-written, I had considerable difficulty in appreciating the female main character of Taylor. Taylor was a cold fish and an aloof ice princess who was instantly and unnecessarily sarcastic and antagonistic toward the adorable Nick. Nick was a nice man – but she had disliked him on sight and turned him into her nemesis by going all mean girl. As the story and her childhood history unfolded, she began to thaw and I did too, and although I totally adored Nick – I could not find Taylor endearing. On the plus side, I found much of the storyline witty and amusing. I enjoy Ms. Layne’s snarky humor and always look forward to the clever and easy banter among the smart and feisty characters from previous books. I will recall this group fondly, and with a smile, whenever consuming a tuna roll.
  • Carolesrandomlife
    LibraryThing Review I really enjoyed this enemies to lovers story. This was a pretty quick read and I found myself flying through this fun little book. This is the fourth book in the Oxford series and while fans of the
  • JulieD2
    LibraryThing Review Taylor has a life she happy with, a great job, Bradley, her man who’s perfect and a fantastic apartment they’ve picked out together and plan to move into. Except plans go adrift when Bradley changes

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