BOOK REVIEW: Trusting You, Trusting Me by Tylor Paige

Title: Trusting You, Trusting Me
Author: Tylor Paige
Publication: June 30, 2020
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: Rockstar Romance
Pages: 358

SYNOPSIS: From Amazon

Dita is a runner. She doesn’t commit to anything, whether that be her job, her apartment, or even her boyfriend. It’s much easier to ditch a rough situation rather than admit her mistakes. And Dita Fox has made a lot of mistakes. 

Derek Turtle has never taken anything seriously. He crashes on couches and drinks like a fish until it’s time to get on stage. Life was going great until he fell hard and fast for the wrong girl. Not ashamed of who knows it, he is determined to make her his forever. Provided he can show her he’s a man she can be proud of. 

Now that their relationship is out in the open Derek struggles with being in love for the first time, while Dita deals with the pressure of being Derek’s everything. A big tour for the band is starting and she’s not ready to commit to more than being just a girlfriend. Baring everything to Derek is a huge risk, and if he is anything like all the others, he won’t stay. Can Derek go on tour without doubting Dita’s loyalty? Only if Dita can finally admit that to herself that he’s here to stay, and she can stop running.

Trusting You, Trusting Me is the fourth and final book in the You and Me series.


**A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**

When I saw that this author I was super excited about it.  I Loved the other books that are in the You and Me series.  I was even more excited when the editor sent me the book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I couldn’t wait to start it.  Granted it took me a few days because I had other books first in line.  

Derek and Dita can now start their public relationship.  They have support from most of the band members except for Adrian which is understandable based on Dita and his past relationship with each other.  The story follows the ups and downs of their relationship.  Their separation while Derek is on the road touring and how Dita comes up with a way to make it all work.  To be brutally honest this book took a lot of effort for me to read.  I started it and got 38% through it and had to put it down and come back to it several weeks later.  When I did come back to it I powered through it and finished it in about three days.  I really wanted to like it.  I loved the other books in the series and had high hopes for this one.

Honestly, I think the reason I had such an issue was because it was Derek. I was never a huge fan of his in the other books.  The other thing that really bothered me was the drama with Dita and her will she won’t she with Derek.  It got to be a bit much.  It was just drama-filled and it got tedious.  I will say that I like some aspects of the book.  I loved the interaction with the band together, they seem like a big family and their antics are hilarious.  The issues that Dita has with her family make her relatable.  Don’t get me wrong this book wasn’t horrible and once I got back to it, I did enjoy it more, it just wasn’t at the top of my list for the author’s other books. Take my review with a grain of salt and go read the book for yourself.  I hear the author is writing another book and I am waiting excitedly for it to come out!


Pick up your copy of Trusting You, Trusting Me by Tylor Paige on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and check your local bookstore. Also make sure to add it to your To Reads list on Goodreads and leave feedback for the author when you are finished. Check out our reviews of Paige’s previous books in this series, Missing You, Missing me , Promising You, Promising Me, and Cherishing You, Cherishing Me. Also stay tuned for her next book, which is in the works.

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