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Crazy Thing Called Love

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I haven't had the pleasure to read very much of Molly O'Keefe's

I haven't had the pleasure to read very much of Molly O'Keefe's work but I really enjoyed Crazy Thing Called Love. I have not read the other two books in the Crooked Creek Ranch series but I didn't feel like I was missing anything important. I would like to read the oth...
I haven't had the pleasure to read very much of Molly O'Keefe's work but I really enjoyed Crazy Thing Called Love. I have not read the other two books in the Crooked Creek Ranch series but I didn't feel like I was missing anything important. I would like to read the other two books in the series because I did enjoy this one. This book was a classic case of a second chance with a first love.




I really liked Maddie even though she has a really tough outer lining that she created to avoid pain,.I could see her sweet and caring side under the rough exterior she puts off. Maddie thinks she has the perfect life that she needs to protect her from the pain of loving someone again.




Billie is the bad boy of Hockey, he's missing something in his life and he knows what it is.... Maddie. I loved when he was given a chance to go on her morning show. My goodness the sparks these two throw off when they are in the same room is almost combustible. I really enjoyed watching Maddie & Billie try to work around each other without showing their feelings. He is in for some major lifestyle changes. I loved the family aspect in this book. I want to expand more on my feelings here but I really hate to give anything away so I'm going to say click on the link on the bottom and go get this book for yourself so you can read all about.




Maddie and Billie have a lot of obstacles to overcome together and they each have to learn to trust the other with their heart. They have both grown a lot over the years but there is still a bond there that has never went away. I found this to be a sweet story with some spicy scenes. There is some drama, some laughter, and some really touching scenes through out the story.




I know I would most certainly enjoy reading more of Molly O'Keefe's work, I found her writing style to be very pleasant to read with an interesting storyline to keep me turning the pages quickly.




I was extremely excited to win a copy of this book on Librarything in exchange for an honest review. It has been my pleasure to share my thoughts with you on this book.

posted by CrystalCB on May 10, 2013

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3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

crazy good story

in hockey there are players known to be enforcers, these players are usually the ones that will drop the gloves and fight. hockey is getting away from that format now. billy wilkins is an enforcer that is no longer needed on his team. his ex-wife that he still loves ...
in hockey there are players known to be enforcers, these players are usually the ones that will drop the gloves and fight. hockey is getting away from that format now. billy wilkins is an enforcer that is no longer needed on his team. his ex-wife that he still loves is the host of a morning show that has decided to 'make-over' a man. billy is that man. she fights the feelings she has for him, but he is trying to win her back. to do so he has to prove he is no longer the boy he was when they were married, and has changed for the better. not easy. this story runs the gamut of every emotion you can name, and done with dignity. a glass of wine, a fire in the fireplace and this story and it's a good night!!!

posted by judiOH on March 14, 2013

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    Posted November 28, 2013

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    Posted November 29, 2013

    Bradlry

    Morning sara

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