In Fix You, movie star Andrew Pettigrew (Andy to his fans, Andrew to his friends) somehow found the level-headed love he was looking for in young widow and “regular girl” Kelly Reynolds. Now, as they work to mesh their growing relationship with his gold-statue ambitions, things go a bit sideways, in true Hollywood fashion.Though they’re still wonderfully in love, it’s challenge enough for Andrew and Kelly to decipher what it means to be a family—and a growing family at that—between takes on set. But Andrew also brings history with a temperamental co-star, assorted paparazzi, and someone out there who has serious, perhaps obsessive, issues with him into the mix. Suddenly the Reynolds-Pettigrew clan must fight not just to stay together, but to stay safe.
In Trouble Me, the sequel to Fix You and third novel from Rita finalist Beck Anderson, Kelly and Andrew struggle to stay sane within their whirlwind life. It’s a life that’s equal parts amazing and amusing, less glamorous than you might expect, and spiked with very real fears no amount of stardom can overcome.
Will Andrew and Kelly be torn apart, or will they help each other stay strong at their broken places?
“I’m dying to meet these boys. They must be magical.”
“To tame you. To send you to rehab, turn you into the law-abiding Andrew Pettigrew. No more dancing on the tables, no more sex in the stalls at the club, huh? I remember liking that.” She skims a hand over her blazer, smooths the hem.
“Okay. I’m putting my headphones in. And Amanda?”
She licks her lips. “Yes?”
“Let it go. Not interested in skanky club sex anymore.”
She yawns. “Where’s the fun in that?”