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MP!er Evie thinks Paige Toon’s ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ is a 10/10 with serious relationship goals.

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Life as the undercover daughter of a rock god isn’t going to be easy. How will Jessie adjust to her old boring life again after spending her summer living it up with her dad in LA? With tough decisions ahead (and not just choosing between two hot boys), can she cope juggling her two very different lives? Summer may be over, but Jessie’s story is just beginning…

MP!er Evie applied to review Paige Toon’s ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ through our You Review section and she was a lucky one. Find out her thoughts here.

Name: Evie Booth
Age: 13

Had you read the first book in the Jessie Jefferson series? If not, did it make sense without it?
I haven’t read the first book in the series, but it made sense without it.

i knew you were troubleWhat did you think of the cover? I love the cover of this book and think it’s great! The photo itself gives you an idea of what Jessie is like.

Jessie has to juggle a couple of boys in this book. Who do you ship her with? I personally ship her with Tom, because I thought they were a really cute couple! #RELATIONSHIPGOALS (not really relationship goals because it didn’t work out, but you get what I mean).

If Jessie was your BFF for the day, what would you get up to? If I was friends with Jessie, I’d either spend the day with her at the beach going kiteboarding, because that would be really fun! Or go to a concert with her, because that would also be fun and everyone loves concerts!!

Was there anything you didn’t like? The only thing I didn’t like was Amanda!

Would you recommend it to your friends? I would definitely recommend this to friends, as I know they would love it!

Lastly what would you give ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’ out of 10? A massive 10/10 – this book was amazing and something I really enjoyed reading!

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