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    Real Love and Harmony

    Crazy on You by Crystal B. Bright is the third and final book in her Love and Harmony series. I haven’t read the others in the series, but I know this book is a great way to end it. Bright dedicated the entire Love & Harmony series to people looking for redemption and second chances. Tassia Hogan, former child TV star, is at a crossroad in her music career. Her one-line hook in a recently released song has sent the wrong message to both fans and industry executives. She’s been offered an opportunity to record an album of duets with popular country music star, Hyde Love. Tassia isn’t excited to be working with her former castmate and definitely isn’t expecting a relationship beyond the music. Hyde Love, former child TV star, is at the peak of his music career. He’s looking forward to taking a break from his hectic schedule and has no interest in recording an album of duets with R & B artist, Tassia Hogan. Hyde just wants to be left alone and isn’t looking for love or even a casual relationship. Despite the different genres, Tassia and Hyde find that they can make beautiful music but resist anything more. Together they make discoveries about the past, each other and themselves. This romance novel is a complete standalone. I was happy to find that Bright has approached the interracial relationship from a fresh viewpoint. The novel isn’t about race. It’s all about love and trust. I give Crazy on You 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it to anyone who enjoys contemporary romance. The explicit sex scenes may be offensive to some readers. My thanks to Kensington Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read an advance copy of this book. However, the opinions expressed in this review are 100% mine and mine alone.

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