Love Like Crazy, an all new standalone Enemies to Lovers Romance by Magan Vernon is AVAILABLE NOW!
Friendship, Texas just got a little bit crazier with gruff Army veteran, Clay Carrington, and Q Ranch heiress Christy Quinn’s world’s colliding.
Vegas was a trip, and that was an understatement. An understatement I couldn’t remember and that included the brunette in my bed.
That is until my pounding headache had me getting up for a glass of water and I saw the marriage license on the ground.
The words: Clay Carrington and Christy Quinn and holy matrimony staring me in the face.
I came to Vegas to get away, and the bratty owner’s daughter of the ranch wanted to come with. I didn’t even like the boss’s daughter, let alone want to marry her.
I guess things the happened in Vegas had a way of following you home.
**This book is a standalone in a series of standalones taking place in the fictional town of Friendship, Texas. You don’t need to read any of the previous books to understand this one***
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Magan Vernon has been living off of reader tears since she wrote her first short story in 2004. She now spends her time killing off fictional characters, pretending to plot while she really just watches Netflix, and she tries to do this all while her two young children run amok around her Texas ranch.
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*** ARC kindly provided for an honest review. ***
Fun, lighthearted with a strong hint of craziness in the air, Clay and Christy’s story was the kind of read that reminded you of the good old days.
It goes without saying that they weren’t the best friends, always pissing off the other, only interacted when needed. Until that trip to Vegas changed everything.
I adored their chemistry and love/hate relationship. It was fun to read and entertaining. Overall, they seemed to be real together and seeing the other without judging, more alike that they seemed to be.
I appreciated the perky side and this feeling of craziness, when you just get into the flow.
It needed one wild night and a marriage later to reveal their true feelings. Denial wasn’t working anymore for sure.
I appreciated the contrast between Christy and Clay, how people seemed to see them and how they really felt. They challenged each other and their insecurities get them closer somehow, but they were always supportive of the other. For two people who seemed not to stand each other, they cared more than they should.
The author managed to make fall in love with a character, who was so awful in the other stories, but once you got her side and point of view, I became more comprehensive at some point. I’ve always liked Clay, with his strong side but more sensitive than he wanted to show. Enemies to lovers story with an attractive blend of sassiness, humour and feel good vibes. Right up my alley!