Saturday 27 January 2018


Crazy Love
By Kendra C. Highley
Releasing January 22nd, 2018
Entangled Publishing

Semi-pro SBXer Luke Madison can’t afford any distractions. He’s chasing his dreams in Aspen, not realizing the dire consequences of his actions. Now, if Luke can’t pull off a miracle, his family could lose everything, and there’s no way he’ll let that happen.
No pressure or anything.
Charlotte Brown is determined to become a doctor—a neurologist to be precise, and she’s always precise. She doesn’t have time for anything except school, waitressing at a mountaintop café, and studying. Meeting the ridiculously sexy Luke Madison won’t change that plan, even if kissing him makes her pulse race.
Neither can afford to slip up. If Charlotte doesn’t pass the MCAT this time, that’s it. Her dream of saving people—people like her mother—is over. And when Luke risks everything one last time, losing is not an option.
Even if it means losing each other.

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In Crazy Love by Kendra C. Highley, Charlotte Brown wants to be a doctor, but passing the MCAT test is harder than she imagined, and if she fails it this third time around her dream is over, which means she can't afford any distractions. However, there's something about semi-pro SBXer Luke Madison that she finds hard to resist. Will Charlotte give Luke a chance, or will the distraction they cause for each other force them to walk away from their chance at happy ever after?

This book is an enthralling and wonderful read and a story that had me totally hooked from the very beginning, as the hero is passionate and so pumped to compete and hopefully achieve his dream. Will he achieve his dream? However, it was from the moment the hero and heroine meet that had me reading quickly determined to discover what obstacles these two would face on their journey to happy ever after, as distractions could prove costly. Will Charlotte's need to focus for her upcoming exam make her walk away from a great guy? Will Charlotte prove too much of a distraction for Luke to make him walk away from his Ms. Right?

Both the main characters were compelling and I loved every interaction between them, as Charlotte misjudges Luke in the beginning, but ends up giving him a chance because he's a good guy. Moreover, the heroine loves her family and would do anything for them. They're the reason she wants to be a doctor because she cares too much when it comes to what's happening to her mom. I also liked how she would do anything for her friends, which is proven by her work attitude and what she does for Luke that shows how good of a doctor she will be once she gets through medical school. Certainly, she knows her stuff. Yet, what I liked most of all about the heroine was her resilience, courage and her determination to do her best in everything, but most especially when it came to her need to get into medical school, which was very important to her. 

While the hero, his point-of-view makes this story an exciting read because of the moments where he's competing or training to achieve his dreams. Really, he's enthusiastic and so determined to do his best, and I liked that he finally won his family over, even though it wasn't easy because of his mom's reaction and what happens to his father that makes him feel guilty that he's letting his family down. Yet, what I liked most of all about the hero was his determination to win the heroine over, especially because of her initial assessment of him. Will he prove her wrong? Will he be capable of settling down?

Overall, Ms. Highley has delivered a really good read in this book where the chemistry was memorable between these two; the romance was lightly-detailed, but shows how right these two are for each other; and the ending had me loving the way the heroine supports and helps the hero with what he faces towards the end. Lucky, she's on his side and knows what she's doing when it comes to anything a medical professional would need to attend to. However, it was the epilogue that wrapped this story up perfectly, as the hero and heroine are perfect together. I would recommend Crazy Love by Kendra C. Highley, if you enjoy New Adult Romance or books by authors Amanda Ashby, Molly E. Lee, Cate Cameron and Kadie Scott.

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