Crazy Little Thing

November 7, 2018 - Comment

Sadie Turner is not a control freak, just…orderly. When a cheating spouse topples Sadie’s impeccably tidy world, she packs up her kids for a summer vacation at her aunt’s lake house, hoping to relax, reboot, and pick up the pieces away from men. All men. But eccentric Aunt Dody has other plans: she’s determined to

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Sadie Turner is not a control freak, just…orderly. When a cheating spouse topples Sadie’s impeccably tidy world, she packs up her kids for a summer vacation at her aunt’s lake house, hoping to relax, reboot, and pick up the pieces away from men. All men. But eccentric Aunt Dody has other plans: she’s determined to see Sadie have a little fun – with Desmond, the sexy new neighbor.

Tall, tanned, muscular – and even great with her kids – Desmond is Sadie’s worst nightmare. He must have a flaw – he’s a man, after all – so Sadie vows to keep her distance. But as summer blazes on, their attraction ignites, and the life Sadie is trying so hard to simplify only gets more complicated…. But maybe a little chaos is just what she needs to get her future, and her dreams of love, back in order.

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Anonymous says:

Truly funny and fun book I loved this book on several levels: 1. Great setting, something different from the standard. Western Michigan on the lake. 2. Fantastic characterization. By the end of the book, I was in love with the characters and would have wanted to live with all of them as well. I don’t know if they were based on real people, but the author really did a good job of creating characters that leave an impression. 3. Writing humor is very, very difficult, and Brogan’s humor was refreshing and truly funny. I…

Anonymous says:

Junk food….. My summer reading goals include some historical fiction titles and literary classics, so I like to add some light mysteries and pool reads to the list. This book had some laugh-out-loud moments but was Lifetime-Movie predictable from beginning to end. I felt the biggest distraction was the author’s display of her political preferences and attempted humor directed at religion that more than hinted at disrespect.If the context had remained the same, but words changed to a race or another…

Anonymous says:

Would have been a four except for one, BIG problem Sadie, late 20’s, divorced mother of two young kids, decides to spend the summer by Lake Michigan with her kooky aunt and assorted grown-up male cousins. There she meets Des, 36yo Scottish doctor, and an offbeat courtship/relationship ensues.This was a pretty quick read. Although it wanted to be really funny, it came off more as ridiculous in my opinion. I’ve read other romances where I actually laughed out loud (some books by Sophie Kinsella, for one) but this was not really one of…

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