The Good Kind of Crazy [NOOK Book]

Overview


You DON'T PICK YOUR FAMILY, BUT YOU CAN LOVE THEM.

Somebody ought to pinch Neely Mason. An all-around-perfect man has asked her to marry him. Suddenly the sister voted most likely to become the resident "crazy neighborhood cat lady" is tying the knot at forty-five.

Now the hard part. Neely has to tell her cheerfully opinionated (read: outrageous) family the news. Soon Mom is issuing matrimonial orders like a ...

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The Good Kind of Crazy

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Overview


You DON'T PICK YOUR FAMILY, BUT YOU CAN LOVE THEM.

Somebody ought to pinch Neely Mason. An all-around-perfect man has asked her to marry him. Suddenly the sister voted most likely to become the resident "crazy neighborhood cat lady" is tying the knot at forty-five.

Now the hard part. Neely has to tell her cheerfully opinionated (read: outrageous) family the news. Soon Mom is issuing matrimonial orders like a wedding planner on steroids, baby sis, Vidalia, is actually making sense for once and normally chipper Savannah seems so lost.

Can the Mason sisters pull through this wedding and still keep their fragile bond intact? Because one thing's for sure, when it comes to family, crazy is a relative term.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459244221
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 5/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 1,104,643
  • File size: 817 KB

Meet the Author


Tanya Michaels is a four-time RITA nominee and winner of the Booksellers' Best Bet Award, the Maggie Award of Excellence and a 2012 RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award for Best Harlequin American Romance. Tanya has written thirty books for Harlequin and enjoys filling her stories with the elements that are most important in her life: love, family, acceptance and a sense of humor. She is living her happily-ever-after in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two kids

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine somewhat zany character study

    When Neely turned forty, the Mason extended family and their neighbors assumed she would end up a crazed cat woman spinster. However, to the shock of everyone, the forty-five years old Neely announces she is marrying Robert Walsh. Her much younger sister, perennial wild child student Vi sums it up by asking if she is marrying a man. Her older sister Savannah issues ¿felicitations¿ from her spouse Jason. Finally her only brother Douglas teases his two commentary siblings while momma Beth announces wedding plans that would require a football stadium to host when all Neely wants is a quiet tiny affair. --- Mom takes charge like a general planning a military campaign. That concerns the reticent Neely. Usually bubbly Savannah seems upset instead of happy for her, which concerns Neely. However, what gets her in a panic state is Vidalia her youngest sibling actually sounds logical and sensible leading to Neely to wonder if the world is coming to an end because she is getting married. --- The three Mason sisters make for a fine somewhat zany character study as each struggles in a different way with relationships. Neely has doubts and following her announcement leads to Vi wondering about the shallowness of absolute freedom and Savannah facing an empty nest syndrome wondering if she wants to grow old with Jason. Tanya Michaels provides deep insight into her female stars with a wonderfully deft light humor that makes for an appealing charmer. --- Harriet Klausner

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