Crazy For You

Crazy For You

by Stephanie Feagan


View All Available Formats & Editions
Use Express Shipping for guaranteed delivery by December 24

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940431055
Publisher: Pink Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 12/14/2014
Pages: 300
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Stephanie Feagan is a RITA® award winning author of romantic fiction who lives in the outback of west Texas with her beloved husband and a mean cat. For information about upcoming releases, and to sign up for her newsletter, please visit her website.

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Crazy For You 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Ashley_Adkins More than 1 year ago
First off I would like to say that I love the Mephisto series and this book did not disappoint.  While this story was a little different than the others because, of the storylines happening simultaneously with the other novels, it sets up the rest of the series' novels to come beautifully.  Xenos and Euri are wonderful together and loved seeing their story unfold.  I also look forward to the next and am impatiently waiting for it.  this is a unique series that everyone should read.
Livlovesbooks More than 1 year ago
I'm still crazy in love with the Mephisto Covenant series! I loved it! Dark angel/demon mythology fascinates me, and this New Adult paranormal series is absolutely one of my favorites. I’ve been a fan of the seven immortal sons of Hell since I first discovered this wonderful series. This richly layered fourth installment in the Mephisto Covenant series centers around Xenos aka Zee who has a second chance at finding love and claiming his very own Anabo, Euri. Author, Stephanie Feagan wisely included a lexicon at the end of the novel as a handy guide to ‘who’s who and what’s what in the world of the Mephisto’ for easy reference that I'd recommend reading before diving in. Crazy For You can be read as a standalone novel since many of the events that take place in the first three books actually overlap in this one.  It was cool to see those events from Zee’s perspective this time. And his account of those events served as a good recap and actually made me wish for more reading time to do a series reread. I settled for rereading my bookmarked pages and highlighted passages for a good 2 plus hours after I initially finished reading Crazy For You. I simply wasn’t ready to leave this paranormal universe yet. I loved the ongoing war for souls, the angst filled romance between Zee and Euri, the humor, the philosophical observations, and the fact that Euri was very delightfully British.  One of my favorite scenes takes place after Zee and Euri finally knock some boots and she realizes she consequently has the Mephisto ability of telepathy. She’s quick to try out her new skill and shows off by playing Beethoven’s Fifth from the middle of the bed for Zee. In the middle of my telepathic recital, I stopped playing and switched my concentration to the zipper of his jeans. It slowly lowered, the button popped free of the buttonhole and, while he stood there in total shock and awe, his pants fell off. He started laughing and as he stepped free of the bunched denim at his feet, he kept laughing. I, of course, was laughing. Then he was launching himself toward the bed, landing on me, and we rolled around, laughing and kissing and, in the end, we had cold pizza. Another favorite scene of mine takes place when the two are in Azbekestan on a reconnaissance mission. “It’s very odd to think you’ve been alive so long. You’ve seen all of modern history, haven’t you?” I looked up at her. “I was around, but not really alive, Euri. I’ve merely existed, and done my job, and survived as best I could. I only know this because there’s such a wide gap between before I knew you, and after.” I felt all kinds of awkward, but said anyway, “I’m alive now, thanks to you.” “I love you, Xenos.” "I love you, Euri.” We looked at each other for a long while, and despite where we were, and what was to come, I was deeply content. Happy. The next book should be about Denys, the young spoiled, alcoholic brother. I can’t wait to discover how his shot at redemption plays into the overall destiny of Mephistopheles’s seven sons.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book!!! The brothers are super hot and funny.... I can't wait for that next book..!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love these books! If you haven't read them read them now!  This one is so different from the others I just devored it. Now I can't make up my mind which is my fav. I think Jaxs still wins but by a tiny amount. Thank you Stephanie for another great book. I can't wait for more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago