But what he finds underneath Sophie's prim demeanor might change his world in ways he never expected. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. If you want to learn a little bit about us, please head on over to the About page and our. They were fantabulous and are one of the strongest points of the book. I expect much more from Dahl, which she brought upon herself by being such a great contemporary romance writer. And what did he want? He couldn't ignore it, even when any rational person would be able to walk away. Max has a savior complex.
The kind of girl who'd never joke about fighting a kid for a seat on a lifeboat. In this book we two-for-one in the Romance department. The dashing Duke of Somerhart has the notorious reputation of being one of London's most incurable rogues. But this book was unlistenable due to the narrator. Has: I think it was kind of forced with Jen — especially with her reasons about why she acted like she did trying to avoid spoilers.
These two really connect and I felt like I was watching them fall in love rather than being told about it. So when he met Chloe, he felt so thankful that just once in his life, he got a chance to be with a normal woman who would never want him to fix her problem. Chloe is his girl-next-door fantasy come to life, and best of all, she gets him. Chloe slipped her sunglasses on and gave her body and soul up to the beach. Hiding his identity as the conservative Donovan.
But when Chloe's notoriety catches up with them, will their torrid romance make it to the mainland? Thanks, Mom, for always leaving those delicious books strewn about! Having said that, I have to admit that I was totally sold on it with this book. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who loves romance but also enjoys a little mystery. The reader gets to see first hand how desperately unhappy he is. I'm imagining the author got the idea from some real-life runaway bride story, and replaced it with a runaway groom, but c'mon, in this book Chloe is treated like she's Britney Spears or something! Author: The Wicked West by Victoria Dahl writing as Holly Summers When Lily Anders gave up her proper English roots to settle in the Wild West, she didn't dare hope that she'd meet someone who shared her own wicked bedroom secrets. I agree that the sub-romance with Jen and Elliot could have been more developed but I think it was an interesting juxtaposition with their relationship to Chloe and Max.
With her, he can be himself, a treasure-hunting millionaire who desperately wants out of his sexy but reckless job. This cover was a bit of a shock to me, and I'm still not sure it I like it. All the distraction and jumbled stuff that I thought could have been minimized or streamlined just got in the way. I just want to say how well done I thought it was. It was just too tidy.
After all, the last thing he needs is the site of his dream ranch turning into a tourist trap. That's the only reason he lied about his name, telling her he was really his wild younger brother. But can she trust this strong, silent man, even if he is a force of nature in bed? I applaude for writing about a new and interesting topic while at the same time questioning her choice of a hero. This is a book you would borrow from the library - not buy - and never check out again. The best part was Chloe realizing exactly what role she started playing in his life the minute he found out about her. The story flows well, doesn't move too fast or make my head spin, nor does it move so slowly that I get bored. Loved: This is strange but I loved the scenes of Chloe and Max fighting - they really said what they were feeling and I just liked the raw emotion.
However there were some things that just did not gel together well enough for me. When she hit a dead end, reality sent her back home to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. There's a chance you'll recommend it to a friend, but it wouldn't go on your keeper shelf. In fact, his anxiety issues were so well-developed in the book that it was amazing to me he did not suffer from an ulcer and require the occasional assistance of Xanax. But overall, Crazy for Love is a good romance with likeable leads, but had weak external plots.
No love or promises, just a chance to get their attraction out of. I know that was a nightmare to him when he finally thought he had escaped his bad habits. But what he finds underneath Sophie's prim demeanor might change his world in ways he never expected. This book proved to be very enjoyable. Here I am signing the cover! I was looking forward to reading a book by the Victoria Dahl who wrote 'Lead Me On' and 'Talk Me Down' and 'Start Me Up'. And their sexual tension that led up to it was perfect!.