Book Review

CRAZY LITTLE THING
by Tracy Brogan

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

RT Rating

Witty one-liners and hilarious characters elevate this familiar story — woman gets a divorce and rebuilds her life, all the while falling in love again. Brogan’s main character is a smart-mouthed mom with a talent for organizing everything but her own life, and her new man is just holding on for the ride. Readers will love the heat between the leads and by the end they’ll be clamoring for more.

After divorcing her husband, Sadie Turner is starting over. She packs her kids up and sets out for an overdue vacation at her aunt’s house. All she wants to do is sit on the beach, but that changes when she is offered a job as a professional organizer — something she has always enjoyed. In addition, a cut on her aunt’s head has her running to sexy doctor Desmond McKnight for help. Attraction ignites, but Sadie is determined not to get involved. She has already been burned by one sexy-as-sin man. Sadie will have to learn to trust in Desmond’s devotion if she wants to hold onto him. (MONTLAKE, Nov., 397 pp., $12.95)

Publisher: MONTLAKE

Published: November 2012

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(6 ratings)

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