Title: Some Sort of Crazy
Series: Crazy Happy Love #2
Author: Melanie Harlow
Publication Date: November 17, 2015
Genre: Adult contemporary, Romance
Pages: 337 pages
Rating: 5/5 I want my own Miles Haas stars
When a psychic tells Natalie Nixon her life is about to be upended by a mysterious stranger, she laughs it off. After all, she has everything she’s ever wanted—a successful bakery, the perfect boyfriend, and the keys to her dream house.
Who could possibly make her want to throw all that away?
Then Miles Haas comes back to town.
But he’s no stranger—they’ve known each other since high school. Plus, he’s only around for the summer, he’s still a shameless playboy, and he makes a living writing articles for a men’s magazine with titles like “Should You Bang the Boss’s Daughter? A Flowchart” and “Butt Stuff for Beginners: A Field Guide.”
Except he makes her laugh like no one else, smells like heaven, and wears those panty-melting glasses. But he’s not the man of her dreams, and she’s not about to abandon everything she’s worked so hard for just for a little fun.
She’s not that crazy…or is she?
**SOME SORT OF CRAZY is a full-length standalone contemporary romance.**
Some Sort of Crazy is a fun, honest, sexy novel about two people who are destined to be together, but are too stubborn and afraid to change. When Melanie Harlow writes, sexy fun and happy endings are a promise.
Natalie and Miles are two of my favorite book characters ever. Natalie is controlled and careful in her life, resistant to change, but still quirky and fun. Miles is a life-long playboy with no shame, no restraint and a huge heart. They haven’t seen each other in a long time and suddenly there’s a spark that wasn’t there before. Things happen that drive them together and when they are together…oh boy, it’s not a spark they feel, but a full blown fire. We are treated to fun, sexy times, boys and girls.
I love that both Miles and Natalie go through a transition to become the people they are at the end of the book. The problems they both face are realistic and not overdone. I love that about Melanie Harlow’s characters, they read like real people with real problems.
My recommendation: Grab this one up quick. One-click it, add it to your KU list, pick up a copy. It doesn’t matter how you do it, just do it.