She's taking a walk on HIS wild side!
CRAZY FOR YOU
A Risking It All Novel
Releasing March 28, 2017
“Rachel Lacey is a sure-fire
star." --- Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
SHE'S TAKING A WALK ON HIS WILD SIDE
can't remember a time when she didn't have a thing for Ryan Blake. Haven's
resident bad boy is just so freakin' hot-with tattoos, a motorcycle, and enough
rough-around-the-edges sexiness to melt all her self-control. Now that Emma's
over being a "good girl," she needs a little help being naughty . . .
and she knows just where to start.
Emma's brother enlisted in the military, he made Ryan promise that he would
protect her from everything--including himself. When her brother doesn't come
home, Ryan needs to turn his screwed-up life around to honor his pledge. But he
knows he's still not the right kind of guy for someone as sweet as Emma. Only
he can't stop wanting to be with her. Wanting her. Falling in love with a good
girl may be the craziest risk this bad boy can take . . .
contemporary romance author and semi-reformed travel junkie. She's been climbed
by a monkey on a mountain in Japan, gone scuba diving on the Great Barrier
Reef, and camped out overnight in New York City for a chance to be an extra in
a movie. These days, the majority of her adventures take place on the pages of
the books she writes. She lives in warm and sunny North Carolina with her
husband, son, and a variety of rescue pets.
Don't miss any of the Risking It All Romances!
Crazy For You is the story of Emma, who is sick of being the good girl and wants to try out being the bad girl for awhile. She decided to flirt with her brother's best friend, Ryan. Ryan, being the goody he is, has always kept his sights away from Emma. She is after all his best friend's sister and there is a bro code about that!
The, for me, was a short and very sweet story. There was no real drama or craziness that caused any conflict. It was pure and sweet romance.
I didn't read the first book in this series (not even knowing this was a series), and it worked fine for me. It can be read as a standalone of you wanted to.