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    Weekend Fling

    This one was just a great escape romance and worth the afternoon it took to read it. Willow has a full plate with two jobs and a mother who needs taking care of and she escapes to the gym for a few minutes of me time. One of her jobs at the coffee house is where she meets Trey, a tech mogul who flirts and consistently asks her out but she refuses. That is until he finally proposes a weekend trip for his friend's wedding because he needs a date. Oh, this was just plain fun even with life breaking in. Trey is patient and determined to win her over. Even if you have not read the rest of the series you should not be lost even with the previous characters involved in this one, though I do recommend the entire series. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    Taking a chance on love

    Another enjoyable read by Stacey Lynn. This is a steamy romance yet I appreciated that it also had substance and was not just a light and frivolous read. It deals with some difficult issues surrounding mental health but it was done in a sensitive and respectful way. However I did think Willow would not have been quite so clueless about her mother's condition. Willow is rather vulnerable after suffering abandonment and hurt in the past and is reluctant to open her heart up to love again. Trey is dreamy and it was lovely to see how he persisted and supported Willow. There were highs and lows throughout the book and it was a real emotional roller coaster at times. You could feel the chemistry and the emotional connection between the characters felt authentic. Overall a lovely read. I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review. All opinions expressed are solely my own
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    Willow&Trey

    Ok I’m not sure what I’m feeling right now. I could identify with Willow on so many counts that it was scary. My heart was breaking with how much life was beating her down and I loved Trey for trying his hardest to make her life a bit easier. The banter at times made me cry ugly tears but mostly it had me smiling especial when he was willing to do just about anything to help her and to keep her in his life. Truly beautiful story about how much one can take before it gets ( HOPEFULLY) better. ***Review copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads Blog***
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    great addition to the series

    Weekend Fling was a great addition to the Crazy Love Series, it can be read as a standalone if you haven't read any of the other books in this series but be warned the couples from the previous three books do make appearances in this one and you may want to read their Crazy Love stories first but that is totally up to you. Willow is having a hard time right now, she has recently broken up with her boyfriend of five years and moved back in with her mother after her father left, she is caring for her mom while holding down two jobs to support them, the last thing on Willow's mind is men. Trey, oh Trey, I got to know him quite a bit in previous books and I have to say I really, really like him. He is what I would call a quite giant, he is over 6' of yummyness and a bit nerdy. He gets lost in his work and needs to be reminded to eat and shower which to me is endearing. But when Trey sees Willow for the first time in the coffee shop he is pulled to her. Trey needs a date for one of his best friends wedding and he wants to take Willow, Willow doesn't agree so easily but she does go away with him. The sparks fly whenever they are together so it's no surprise that this was a steamy read. However, this book was a little heavier than the other books in the series but definitely not as heavy as Stacey Lynn’s Fireside series. This is an easy book to recommend to anyone that is looking for a good steamy read that can be read in an afternoon or two. Happy Reading!!! **I have voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Readers Copy of this book for my Blog, Nadine's Obsessed with Books**
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    Fantastic Story

    Another fantastic story by the wonderful Stacey Lynn. This is the fourth installment in her Crazy Love series and in this book we finally get the story of Trey. I absolutely love the character of Trey. He deserved to get his own book. It's probably a good idea to have read the other books in the series before reading this one because the characters from past books make an appearance, which I loved. Trey finds himself interested in a waitress from the coffee shop he goes to named Willow. Willow has had an easy go of it, which is why she keeps turning Trey down. Trey coming into her life is the best thing to happen to her in a long time. Her boyfriend of five years dumped her and her dad left her mom, which leads her to stop caring about life. Willow has to pick up two jobs to pick up the bills. Willow finally gives in and goes away with Trey for a weekend getaway. They end up falling for each other in a beautiful way. Also, she fits in well with Trey's friends. This story has a lot of depth and the characters were well-written. I can't recommend this book enough! Excellent read! “I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.”
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