Mia Monroe is running. Running from a person she doesn’t ever want to find her. Running from a past she doesn’t ever want anyone to know. Desperate to find a future, that yesterday, she could only dream of having.
Jordan Matthews likes easy. Easy women. Easy life.
Then he meets Mia.
She’s damaged, troubled and has more baggage than any person can carry. But the more Jordan gets to know Mia-for the first time in his life-he finds himself wanting to try hard for something … for someone … for her.
And then life isn’t so easy anymore.
Jordan is everything Mia shouldn’t want. A whole bunch of dirty hotness, tattooed, cocky bad boy, who made his money at poker tables and picked his women up in bars. Yet, Mia finds herself falling for him. Then the past Mia was running from, quickly starts to catch up with her. Because that’s the problem with running … you have to stop sometime.
And when you stop, you get caught.
Mia has had a hard life. Her father is pure evil, her mother abandoned her, and her ex boyfriend was abusive.
All she knew in life was violence and hatred, so she didn’t fight when her ex boyfriend would beat her; she thought it was normal. Something happened that made her want to leave and get out of Boston. Mia has never been out of Boston before, so for the first time in her life, she left to escape.
Mia has a long journey filled with seedy motel rooms and unknown places. She finally stops in Colorado and gets pointed to a hotel. She meets Jordan there and there is an instant connection between them.
I loved Jordan’s POVs! He was so funny, and I love that he wasn’t in denial with his feelings for Mia. He fought for her, and he gave her his whole heart.
I give Trouble 4 stars!