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    Fantastic

    I loved this crazy wild ride of a story. The Grey's are definitely a different type of family and the craziest of all is Devyn Voss's mother. She simply loves men and she's had plenty in her life. Now she is celebrating her 50th birthday with a big bash which includes family and quite a few past loves. Once again it's up to Devyn to do her mother's bidding and clean up behind her. The only good thing to come from this craziness is that she reconnects with Vaughn Taylor. He was once almost her stepbrother although she never looked at him quite that way. He's attending the celebration to keep an eye on his dad and make sure he doesn't suffer another heartbreak at the hands of Devyn's mom. Turns out it isn't his dad's heart he should have been keeping an eye on!! Great read and one you don't want to miss. I highly recommend it.
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    Enjoyable and lovely

    “I like my life the way it is. Clean. Controlled. Absolutely devoid of messes.” Devyn's used to her daughterly duty of flying in, cleaning up her mother's messes, and then returning back to her neatly organized life in Chicago.  Except this Christmas, her mother has arranged what Devyn calls "an episode of the Melody Grey Bachelorette" and has invited all of her ex-boyfriends, including Devyn and Vaughn's respective dads, along with her family, for a crazy amalgamation of a Christmas and birthday party.  Ten years ago, Devyn and Vaughn lived together for a few years while their parents were dating, and though both seemed to feel something for each other, they hid it behind teen snarking.  When they meet again at holiday getaway, it's obvious their attraction is still there, and even harder to deny.  Is it just a guilty holiday pleasure, or will it turn out to be a Christmas miracle? Devyn has always lived a life as far opposite of her flighty mother's as she can manage.  I liked how, as the book progresses, Devyn finally admitted that while she loves her controlled everyday life, she also loved being the ringleader at her mother's circus, as Vaughn put it.  I liked how Devyn and Vaughn interacted with each other - still slightly snarky but with an underlying vulnerability that was simply charming. Overall, though, the book is an ode to family.  There are several lovely scenes of Devyn reminiscing about her childhood while surrounded by a gaggle of cousins, aunts, and uncles, and they were very sweet.  In a lot of books that deal with family relationships and parental baggage, it often feels like the family members are there solely to be the bad guys.  I liked how in this one, while the not particularly pleasant quirks of the family members were explored, there was still a general fondness and love for them.  To me, family is really the heart of the holidays, no matter how much they drive you crazy, so this really gave it that special holiday feel for me. “What if you could be anything you wanted to be—a little bit crazy and a little bit controlled and anything else your heart desired? What would you be then?” As for cons, I disliked that Vaughn seemed perfectly fine keeping Devyn in the dark about his career.  While I wouldn't say he intentionally misled her, it did seem like it wouldn't have been that big of a deal to just tell her.  As I picked this up without reading the previous Greys of Montana book, I did have problems keeping the minor Grey family members straight, though it didn't affect the main plot of the story or my enjoyment of the book. Overall, this was an enjoyable and lovely family-oriented holiday novel!  
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    enyoeable read

    I must say this is an unusual Christmas story. Devyn is invited to her mother Christmas / birthday celebration. And her mother invited all her family and the previous lover to celebrate with her. Among the men who come to celebrate is also her almost stepbrother Vaughn. The one that she had once had secretly crush. Vaughn had too sacred crushed one her had and a few whiskey later they end up together in a hotel room where they literally burn down the sheets. I liked the story both Vaughn and Devyn. What was for me a bit disturbing was all the writing about Devyn's family members and their gossiping about other family members. But all in all, sweet Christmas story that I enjoyed reading. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Holiday Romance

    Have Yourself a Crazy Little Christmas by Megan Crane The Greys of Montana Romance #5 Devyn Voss and Vaughn Taylor almost became stepsiblings when their parents lived together for a couple of years. Their time together was fraught with more fights than fun so no worries when they parted. Well, fast forward a number of years and Devyn’s mother has decided to celebrate her fiftieth birthday in a big way and that means Devyn will need to step in to save the day…I mean…what kind of nutty woman would want to bring the MANY men she has spent time with together for her birthday? That would be Devyn’s mom. Vaughn’s father wants to attend but who will keep Frederick out of the clutches of Melody and prevent heartbreak a second time if not that devoted son? When Vaughn picks Devyn up from the airport I wrote of the author, “She can write” and then “sucked me right in” – Vaughn was a hunk and a half with a bit of baggage but definitely book boyfriend material. Devyn has issues from her past but with revolving doors and multiple men in her mother’s life it is not surprising she believes stability should take priority over chaos. I will say I kind of skimmed some of the references to previous books in the series as the only one I had read was “Cody” but otherwise the story gave plenty of background, had holiday events aplenty and was definitely entertaining with two romances and a HEA ending for the couple. I enjoy this author’s books and knew I would enjoy this one, too, though I might like the darker books she writes a wee bit better. Thank you to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Party Disaster

    Easy going read with Devyn Voss traveling to Wyoming to help throw her mother a 50th birthday party which includes all of Mom's old boyfriends. A disaster planned to happen! Having a mother who has had a history of a long trail of hook ups Devyn has not wanted to carry on the family curse. The unexpected meeting with the almost step-brother Vaughn Taylor has Devyn traveling down a detour path. Did not feel like I missed anything not reading the prior Grey's of Montana books. This was not my first Crane meeting and she always fills her pages with interesting characters destined to overcome personal issues. "A copy of this book was provided by Tule Publishing via NetGalley with no requirement for a review. The comments here are my honest opinion."
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