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review 2017-12-01 12:29
great story, great characters
A Crazy Kind of Love (Flirting with Fame... A Crazy Kind of Love (Flirting with Fame) - Mary Ann Marlowe

Josephine/Jo was paparazzi. Jo’s boss was Andy. Jo had two cameras across her chest bandito style when she surprisingly came across someone famous-Maggie Gyllenhaal with her two daughters. As Jo went to take the pic of Maggie and her girls when a red blob in front of her camera. And it turned out to be a gorgeous man but he had ruined her shot. The man introduced himself as Micah and offered and then had her get on his shoulders for another chance  but Maggie noticed her and took off in the opposite direction. Then Micah asked for Jo’s card and gave her his. After she went back to the office she found out that she had been talking to Micah Sinclair. -Theater Of The Absurd who was a sought after commodity. Jo had been hunting celebrities for a couple months now. Jo needed to get some pictures before Andy fired her. Andy sent Jo to be outside where a A Lister party was being held. Micah showed up and recognized jo and invited her to be his date and come inside to the party. Adam Copeland was a huge rock star was playing his guitar and singing just like an everyday guy at a party. Micah gave Jo a ride home and kissed her but jo was type A diabetic and was having an episode of low sugar and she left him on the sidewalk as she hurried into her house and called Zion for help and he carried her up into their apartment and got her  a juice box then a banana to bring her  glucose  levels back up to normal. Zion was her roommate and best friend and he took care of her when she needed help like now. But Jo ran into Micah again and eventually they started going out. But then Micah told her he loved her and Jo didn’t believe in love at first sight and barely believed in love at all. She didn’t want to be hurt and she wondered when Micah would dump her as he had so many others before her as Micah was known to be a man-whore.

I absolutely loved this book. I didn’t want to put this down and only put this down for some sleep. It was a fun, good, enjoyable romance. I loved the fact that even though Eden hated paparazzi she grew to trust and care for Jo. I loved Jo and Micah together. I loved how Micah worried about her diabetes. I also loved how the author put this disease in her book and portrayed it and what a person went through. I couldn’t find anything I didn’t love about this book and that was great. Loved the plot and the pace also. I loved Eden's desire for revenge for what Andy had done  to her. I was happy when Jo finally quit working for Andy. I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this book and I highly recommend.

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review 2017-11-26 21:42
Cajun Crazy by Sandra Hill
Cajun Crazy: A Cajun Novel - Sandra Hill

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

After catching her boyfriend cheating on her, Simone decides to fall into her mother's guilt trip and goes back home to take care of her after her knee surgery. For a woman with three failed marriages to Cajun to men, her hometown in Louisiana is a dangerous ground zero. 
After Adam's wife dies, he and his daughter move in with his father. As a lawyer and half Cajun, he never has a problem with the ladies. 
Simone and Adam have hot and spicy chemistry but with deep trust issues on both sides, their happily ever after will be a battle.
 
There was something about a man who could say darlin' in a husky, slow croon that could make any girl melt. 
 
The eleventh installment in Sandra Hill's Cajun series is chalk full of the wild, fun, and spicy elements we've come to expect. There are numerous previous characters making big appearances here and some character history that would be very helpful to know. You wouldn't need to have read all the stories in the series but a couple would greatly enhance your enjoyment of this book.
 
Our heroine Simone is a cop who is tough and capable but has a weakness for Cajun men. Her three marriages burned hot but flamed out quickly and with her last boyfriend cheating on her, she is trying to swear off men, specifically Cajun men. I liked Simone with her tough vulnerability.
 
Our hero Adam stayed in his marriage even after he found out his wife wanted to be in an open relationship because he didn't want to maybe lose his daughter. After his wife dies, he likes to keep things only casual with women. Adam was at turns sexy, strong, and sensitive. 
 
Cajun Crazy had a fun wild tempo with crazy characters (if you're a reader of the series, you know Tante Lulu steals the show a lot) and antics. So much so, that the romance kind of played second fiddle. Hill has created such a strong world, that the town and characters steal the spotlight. Simone and Adam didn't spend as much time together as I typically like and as a consequence I felt their relationship lacked depth; when the "I love you" statements come, they didn't seem believable.
 
I also had personal dislike moments with Adam's comments/thinking that his wife was a slut because she wanted an open relationship or because she liked less than conventional bedroom antics. As everyone was of age and consensual, it felt extremely judgmental and a simple not for me or hurt and angry that he felt lied to by his wife would have had Adam coming off better. Adam's thinking occasional spills over on to Simone when he thinks she also sleeps around and again we have quick slut-shaming. It all gave me an uncomfortable and icky feeling. 
 
The ending had a bit of a meaningless danger moment but the overall story was fast paced and had a plethora of interesting characters to follow along with. The romance was a bit weaker but if you're a frequent reader of the series, you'll greatly enjoy visiting these wild, crazy, and loving Cajuns.
 
A Cajun playboy who was a devoted single father? The deck was stacked against her. 

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text 2017-11-21 04:07
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Cajun Crazy: A Cajun Novel - Sandra Hill

There was something about a man removing his glasses while he stared at a woman that was beyond sexy, sort of a signal that he was about to get down to serious business.

Naughty business.

 

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review 2017-11-03 21:46
Great Humor
Simply Crazy (Jaded Series Book 1) - Jen... Simply Crazy (Jaded Series Book 1) - Jenn Hype

Simply Crazy is my first book by Jenn Hype.  It won’t be my last.  Ms Hype has delivered a well-written book.  It is in alternating point of view format, which I’m not a fan of, but it worked in this book.  The characters in this story are simply phenomenal.  Kudos to Ms Hype for the characters, their interaction and the humor.  Blake and CJ’s story is laugh out loud funny with plenty of drama, suspense, action and sizzle.  I totally loved this book and look forward to reading more from Jenn Hype in the future.  Simply Crazy is book 1 of the Jaded Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

Oh, and did I mention it's funny?

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review 2017-11-02 18:02
Wit and snark
A Little Bit Crazy - B. Cranford

Jade and Declan's story is well-written, witty, entertaining, and emotional. While Jade's internal struggle isn't at all humorous, the author does a wonderful job of adding wit and snark to keep the story from getting too heavy. The banter between these compelling characters is fun and keeps the story flowing, and I love Declan's attitude, even when he loses his patience with the fiery Jade. Overall, A Little Bit Crazy is just that, an engaging romance with a little bit of crazy and some sexy mixed in. 

 

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