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  • obvious solution but a fun journey

    I didn’t necessarily like Quinn all the time thru the book, but I did understand her and she does some growing by the end. She has some serious issues with her family and their expectations, especially her dad. She’s different than the rest of her family, and unfortunately for her, there isn’t anyone who really understands her – love her yes, understand her no. She’s not had much more luck in her personal life … until she meets Heath. But it is hard to let go of those bad experiences. Now, Heath I absolutely loved. He’s sexy and sincere, hard working and caring. He didn’t have the best start in life, but he’s working on bettering it for his brothers. Unfortunately of course that’s where the conflict with Quinn comes in. As much as they are attracted to each other, there is a big issue between them with the property. To which, I saw a solution from about Chapter 3 but then where would all of the fun come from? I think Madsen does a fantastic job of having them get there on their own (again, it’s kinda obvious) but her’s works a lot better since they had a chance to fall in love. And we get to enjoy being there with them as they do. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.)

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  • Very sexy!!!

    Heath Brantley, town bad boy, who works on cars in his dad's garage, builds custom motorcycles, plays guitar in the band Dixie Rush and is her competition for the bid on the Mountain Ridge Bed and Breakfast. Quinn Sakata had a crush on Heath in high school and he's even sexier now but she needs her independence from her strict Japanese parents and the only way to get that is to start her own business. The Mountain Ridge Bed and Breakfast is the business she wants to run. Who will come out the victor? Will Heath be the next in a long line of exes who don't like her "no sex until marriage" rule? In this day and age it's rare to see a woman stick to the "no sex until marriage" rule. I am proud of Quinn and instead of being so hard on her, her parents should be proud of her too. This is a well-written story that in spite of there being no sex, managed to be extremely sexy. The sexual tension, the want and the need between them was intense. Heath being the tattooed, pierced, motorcycle riding, down-home country bad boy amped up the sexiness scale to "OFF THE CHARTS HOT!" Loved it! I can't wait to read more from this amazing author. Received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Learning how to be true to yourself.

    Quinn was a unique character. A tiny clean cut package with a bawdy mouth. She is torn between making her family happy or following her dream. What stands in her way? A former crush and letting her parents down. Crazy for the Competition is a story about learning how to be true to who you are. Enjoyable read. I received an ARC of this book for an honest review.

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