Trouble - Lexy Timms


By Lexy Timms

  • Release Date: 2019-11-28
  • Genre: Romance
Score: 4
From 1,888 Ratings


No matter what, trouble always comes round.

Troy is a simple man. He loves three things more than anything else in this world: his job, his bike, and his mother. But when Sadie Powers, a beautiful young woman, starts coming to the gym he owns, he thinks he might have found number four on that list.

Until a dark force lurking in the shadows threatens to pull the two of them apart.

Leaning Towards Trouble Series

Book 1 - Trouble

Book 2 - Discord

Book 3 - Tenacity


  • Seriously!

    By bdhfbdhfbv
    Who writes books with no ending anymore!
  • Slow read

    By Chananagan
    Very slow and rambles on
  • Very inviting

    By cas139
    Loved this book wish they kept going!
  • Too long

    By LightMyFire86
    Maybe you’re intentions for this are to read a book and some may strictly me reading for spicy details. Unfortunately, for me I look for the second option. I like some backstory to the scene but 160+ pages to finally get to it at the end?! Not a bad book to read but if looking for anything more this isn’t the book you want to go with.
  • Alright

    By A n i y a h
    Tbh it was confusing and fast paced towards the end. Made no sense
  • Don’t even bother

    By Bozos disbanded so
    I never skimmed through such a boring book before in my life.
  • Cliff hanger

    By Pickel2171
    All books that are free by this author end up being cliff hangers.
  • Pretty awful

    By Ruby Madness
    I thought it was a slow burn but no, that’s just the book. Three pages of banter between two friends was over kill on character development. The “cliffhanger” ending was the worst. Really don’t bother!
  • Yessszz

    By PrettyPearl08
    Awesome read! I can’t wait to read the next one!
  • Thrown off

    By BBRITTZ12
    I actually enjoyed reading this book in the beginning. But, when it got to the romance part I felt like it was missing details leading up to it. Not that bad of a read, but more details leading up to certain parts of the story probably would have made it better.