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Make Me Crazy

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I received this book as an ARC from the author for a honest revi

I received this book as an ARC from the author for a honest review.

Yes, they are rare on this blog but this book was a 5 Star book in my opinion.  It had everything I love in a read - fantastic characters who move along swiftly in a great plot, plenty of romance and e...
I received this book as an ARC from the author for a honest review.

Yes, they are rare on this blog but this book was a 5 Star book in my opinion.  It had everything I love in a read - fantastic characters who move along swiftly in a great plot, plenty of romance and even a few laughs.  Not to mention that several of the scenes in Make Me Crazy had me, not only surprised, but laughing out loud!

Miranda "Rand" is everything I love in a heroine, and it might just be my own bias, but I love a country girl who doesn't want to change to impress a man, even when everything in her world is at stake.  She's going to remain true to who she is.  Every choice she makes, even the ones that would seem to go against what she claims to want, were still within her character and rang completely true to character.  Jake Hansen was an adorable male lead, a player without being a "dog" and so well suited as Miranda's best friend that every move he made toward her, in the name of helping her find a husband, was hilarious.  Watching the two of them struggle to find stable ground provided plenty for the author to work with and she used each situation well.

The supporting cast was fun, included her grouchy codger of a neighbor; Red, her brotherly best friend and her new-found girlfriends, Tammy and Jaime.  There were several scenes in this story that had me shocked (in a good way) with the author's creativity and sense of humor and I knew I was sold on her writing.  The plot moved quickly and this book was an entertaining read that had me scrambling for ways to finish it when my tablet battery died.  There was no way I was waiting to see how it ended.

Looking forward to the next Loco book!

posted by Anonymous on December 14, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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## This was not my favorite. I tried to like it, and to be honest there were SOME parts I liked. The playful parts in the middle were fun. However, the beginning was brutal. The dialogue felt cheesy and insincere. Also, I hated the way the heroine was decribed. Especial...
## This was not my favorite. I tried to like it, and to be honest there were SOME parts I liked. The playful parts in the middle were fun. However, the beginning was brutal. The dialogue felt cheesy and insincere. Also, I hated the way the heroine was decribed. Especially by the hero. Yet halfway through the book all of a sudden she's beautiful. I couldn't picture her at all. It was so contadictory. And the conflict? Jake's freak out was never resolved. Forgotten? Not sure. I AM sure that I won't be reading this again.

posted by 9394860 on April 5, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2014

    Not great

    ## This was not my favorite. I tried to like it, and to be honest there were SOME parts I liked. The playful parts in the middle were fun. However, the beginning was brutal. The dialogue felt cheesy and insincere. Also, I hated the way the heroine was decribed. Especially by the hero. Yet halfway through the book all of a sudden she's beautiful. I couldn't picture her at all. It was so contadictory. And the conflict? Jake's freak out was never resolved. Forgotten? Not sure. I AM sure that I won't be reading this again.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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