I Knew You Were Trouble

I Knew You Were Trouble

Lauren Layne / Sep 16, 2019

I Knew You Were Trouble 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 T

  • Title: I Knew You Were Trouble
  • Author: Lauren Layne
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  • Page: 409
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  • 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 aNew 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 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.Don t miss any of Lauren Layne s juicy Oxford Novels IRRESISTIBLY YOURS I WISH YOU WERE MINE SOMEONE LIKE YOU I KNEW YOU WERE TROUBLE Irresistibly Yours has it all fun banter, hot chemistry, and a couple that you just can t help but want to be together New York Times bestselling author Marquita Valentine A smart, sexy, and absolutely irresistible read USA Today bestselling author Mira Lyn Kelly, on I Wish You Were Mine Lauren Layne is a new auto buy author for me I can t get enough of the men of Oxford Christi Barth, author of the Naked Men seriesAnd look for her exhilarating Sex, Love Stiletto series AFTER THE KISS LOVE THE ONE YOU RE WITH JUST ONE NIGHT THE TROUBLE WITH LOVE

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      • Lauren Layne

        Lauren Layne is the New York Times bestselling author of over a dozen romantic comedies.A former e commerce and web marketing manager from Seattle, Lauren relocated to New York City in 2011 to pursue a full time writing career.She lives in midtown Manhattan with her high school sweetheart, where she writes smart romantic comedies with just enough sexy times to make your mother blush In LL s ideal world, every stiletto wearing, Kate Spade wielding woman would carry a Kindle stocked with Lauren Layne books Note from Lauren Layne Lauren is NOT active on GoodReads.She finds she does her best writing when she doesn t let herself get discouraged by negative reviews If you re looking for updated release dates and official book descriptions, please check out her website.Thanks so much for understanding


    1. Taylor Carr is a tough one: love is not something she would recognize even if it slapped her in the face after being raised by her also tough aunt who taught her that love only makes us weaker. But the only thing she got out of that lesson was that nobody loved her. Not her aunt and certainly not her mother who abandoned her when she was two. She just nailed a job at Oxford magazine and she also got the perfect man to go along with it, Bradley Calloway. But this Bradley guy thought it was a good [...]

    2. Patty Belongs To Kellan~Jesse~Lautner~Miller~Jack~Racer~Rafe~Liam~Prince Nicholas~Hayes~Simon~Gianluca & Archer

      *****FOUR STARS*****ARC Generously Provided by AuthorThis latest installment in the OXFORD series is an ”Enemies-to-Lovers” romance. We met Nick Ballantine and Taylor Carr in the previous book and from their initial encounter, I knew these two were going to have explosive chemistry and I wasn’t disappointed.Taylor Carr works in the advertising department at Oxford magazine and loves her job. She’s a no-nonsense headstrong woman who has been labeled an ice princess. It’s a term that d [...]

    3. DNF @ 55%. There were no valid reasons for the insta-hate, also, the childish banter was just sad. What are they, 12?

    4. 3.5 Nurture's Impact Stars* * * 1/2 Spoiler Free It's Live!Becoming a Grown-Up is hardere is so much a person has to overcome or appreciate or deal withThere is that age old question of what makes us who we are Are we made by our DNA or are we influenced by how we are raised or probably a combination of bothIn this latest entry by Lauren Layne, she presents a person who finally is able to overcome issues of how she was raised to finally be able to love freely.This book is part of the Oxford seri [...]

    5. 3 - "You could do better" Stars.Lauren Layne and I seem to have had a bit of a falling out so far in 2017. After book three in the Oxford series; Someone Like You being some of the authors best writing I have experienced, everything else I have read since that was released back in December 2016 has been decidedly lackluster."Some days I think I’ll figure out just what the hell made you so damn bitchy, but then I remember I don’t give a shit."I think the main problem is that the author is chu [...]

    6. A delightful romantic escape. Lauren Layne writes up a fun, flirty and highly enjoyable story about a woman who doesn’t believe in love thinks the predictable good guy is the way to go, but actually wants the roguish bad boy with the scruff and sexy smile.Taylor Carr and Nick Ballantine’s relationship can be described as complex mix of “bad timing and worse decisions.” But when Taylor gets dumped the same day her ex was supposed to move in with her, her no-nonsense and very pragmatic cha [...]

    7. Overall feeling / me after reading this book:Really?!?They sold me her as an ice-queen and she was a scared girl who desperately tried to play her role.They sold me her as a self-confident woman and she was pathetic.They sold me him as a nice person and he left her when she got pregnant?Really?!?When a woman says she is on the pill and then “forgets” to take them regularly, she is DUMB! Irresponsible and stupid!And when a man says to a woman he wants to get DNA test, coz he is not sure if th [...]

    8. 4.5-5 'Worthy Trouble' Stars!God the magic this woman has in her head! Lauren Layne is killing it with her releases every single time! Lauren is an auto-buy author for me and I am always extremely excited when it's time for a new book to come out. I always have crazy high expectations for them and I am so glad to say that, again, she did not disappoint with this one!I Knew You Were Trouble is the fourth installment in the Oxford series (spin-off of Lauren's Stiletto series) and it's the love sto [...]

    9. What I loved about this novel the most was the unapologetic truth that timing doesn’t always work out the way we read about it.In Lauren Layne‘s latest novel I Knew You Were Trouble Taylor Carr met Nick Ballantine and sparks flew. They had this delicious love/hate thing going on. They teased and flirted until Taylor took a chance and asked Nick out. Now came the surprise that rocked my boat. Nick told her he was in a relationship.WOW!!!I didn’t see that coming.That’s real life, right the [...]

    10. ***4.5/5 Stars***I Knew You Were Trouble was flirty, sexy, angsty and absolutely fabulous! This was a classic LL book, and I devoured it in one night. And when I finished the epilogue, I was left feeling beyond ecstatic and happy. I had the hugest smile on my face. So if you are a fan of enemies to lovers, or if you have fallen for any of her past releases, then you definitely want to pick this one up!“If you weren’t dating him, would you have dinner with me?”“I don’t like you,” she [...]

    11. 4 starsI LOVE LOVE LOVE Lauren Layne. She's my go to author for a feel good read. Perfect amount of angst and sweet. This one was no different, the characters had the most intense connection- i was rooting for them from the get-go!

    12. Another incredible romance from Lauren Layne. AgainI cried. I ALWAYS cry while reading her books. I don't know why, as they aren't the most heartwrenching romances out there, but I think I just get so swept up in the characters and their emotions and I just end of with tears, sometimes joy, sometimes pain, but ALWAYS because I just want them to have their happily-ever-after, and for Taylor and Nick was a long road, but the end was SO WORTH the journey. I didn't think anything could top SOMEONE L [...]

    13. "What can I get for you, Carr?""Thought you were supposed to be some sort of cocktail miracle worker. Make me something.""Shit. Of all the days to forget the arsenic."Okay, so I've finally noticed Layne's trend in her Oxford series. For every Sex, Love & Stiletto-introduced character & love interest, she's swapping the next book out with a newbie couple. The first one (newbie, I mean) didn't work for me -- see review re I WISH YOU WERE MINE -- but this second one, with the couple only ha [...]

    14. I can't quite believe that I'm DNFing this book at 62 %. LL is one of my go to authors for rom com. She is the only one who can balance the angst with the romance that she adds to her story. In book 3 of this series which is Someone Like You she did an exceptional job. In I knew you were trouble? Not so much. The book is utterly ridciulous. Nick made one off hand comment and since then they have been at one another's throats. Why? Taylor is oblivious to EVERYTHING around her and thinks she loves [...]

    15. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.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 series will enjoy seeing some of their favorite characters, this book could easily be read as a stand alone novel. This was one of those books that I could just totally lose myself in and ended up reading it for hours at a time. It defini [...]

    16. 4 starsI Knew You Were Trouble by Lauren Layne was a great read.From the first few pages I was hooked. I enjoyed getting to know both Nick and Taylor. They made me laugh with their banter and the slow burn, love/hate storyline kept me turning the pages.For me, being a huge fan of the Oxford series and the Sex, Love & Stiletto series getting to revisit with the previous characters in I Knew You Were Trouble was a huge plus.They always manage to make me laugh and touch my heart with their love [...]

    17. When I first started this book I thought their banter was ‘so junior high man.’ But as the story progressed I became more attached to the story.Taylor comes across as an ‘ice princess’ but all along she has erected barriers so she won’t be hurt. But, that irritating guy at work, Nick breaks through the barriers.Here are two wisdoms this book reminded me of 1) office romances should always be avoided and 2) I could never read someone as well as these characters do. I wouldn’t see the [...]

    18. 5 stars - Contemporary RomanceI loved this! The enemies to frenemies/roomies to lovers story was done fabulously! I'm usually a more hero-centric romance reader, and Nick certainly had his swoony qualities and moments. But I actually fell even harder for the heroine in this one. I adored Taylor, and I wanted to hug her and have Nick be the one to finally show her all the understanding, acceptance, and love she'd been so deserving yet deprived of. The scenes of Taylor excitedly bringing home all [...]

    19. This is fourth in a series and many of the previous couples show up here. More than that, this is a follow-on series and you get occasional cameos from folks in those earlier books, too. Layne does a reasonable, but not seamless, job giving relevant background so you can start here if you like.Well, it's been maybe a month since finishing it so I'm afraid this is going to be a bit vague.Here's what stands out as a major irritation, even now: both protagonists spend huge swathes of this story wit [...]

    20. I was sort of torn between two and three stars, but in no way was this as bad as the previous book, so three stars it is, but only because of Taylor. She's a goddess and Nick is a butthead. The ending was uber rushed. One moment he's in Portland and the next (view spoiler)[she's pregnant (hide spoiler)]. I mean it came out of nowhere. And Nick's reaction was really awful. Insulting her like that and then leaving her for so long, cutting off all communication, really made him drop low in my eyes. [...]

    21. I seriously enjoyed the last book, but this one is not my cup of tea. In general, Layne’s books usually run between two extremes for me: Love or hate. Of the 8 books I have read so far, I love 3 and hate 5. I think it comes down to the tropes. I’m not a fan of certain tropes.Here are some random thoughts in no particular order:• Taylor: I can relate to her very much in some of her thought processes. However, she does disappoint me sometimes throughout the book. On one hand, I appreciate he [...]

    22. There's just something about a Lauren Layne book that's so comforting to me. It's so refreshing and easy to read. I feel like every time I pick up a new LL book, I'm coming back to a friend's house and revisiting all of those feels and emotions and happiness from the last time I was there.I love how this author just throws you over the edge and into her stories. She doesn't waste time creating a world or emotion. Head first, she dives in and the reader can choose to sink or swim. It's a fast pac [...]

    23. 3.75 StarsI wanted to write a proper review but too lazy lolSo I settle with 3.75 stars. All I can say is that this book is still so un-LL-like.I've read her books that are better than this.

    24. ***ARC Provided by Loveswept and Tasty Book Tours***There are some books that just work. The writing is perfect, the characters are the balance of good and flawed, the way real people are, they have chemistry, and the actions are believable.This book had all of this, and then some. It also kept me up until 3 am. When I have to be up for work at 6. Because there was NO way I was putting it down. Absolutely no way.Wow, was this one excellent. Really, really excellent.Nick and Taylor don't like eac [...]

    25. I received a copy of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley.I need to stop reading Lauren Layne - either I've aged a lot suddenly or her characters have become more and more immature. Here Nick, a part-time contractor for Oxford magazine, and Taylor, a full-time member of the advertising department, are endlessly and needlessly rude to one another. (This is when they are not mentally assessing the attractiveness of every other character they encounter - "hotness" seems to be a defining pers [...]

    26. I was provided an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is the fourth book in the Oxford series which is itself a spinoff of the four book Stiletto series.I have now read all eight of those books.Actually, I have read every book Lauren Layne has written and that includes an ARC of a book coming out in August.This whole paragraph was just to point out that I am not new to Lauren’s writing.In this book, we focus on Taylor Carr and Nick Ballantine. From the moment they met, thos [...]

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