From New York Times bestseller Lexi Ryan comes a sexy friends-to-lovers romance. A family wedding with a fake boyfriend, meddling parents, and an obsessive ex . . . What could go wrong?
The only thing worse than being single at my sister’s wedding is finding out that my ex will be there too. Not just any ex—the guy everyone expected me to marry, the man I came to Jackson Harbor to escape.
Now I need a date, and fast. Enter Carter Jackson—the firefighter who’s dealing with an unwanted five minutes of fame ever since a shirtless photo of him saving a puppy went viral. He’s warding off propositions left and right, and he needs a fake relationship as much as I do.
Sweet and sexy, Carter is completely off-limits. See, I have a rule. A no-heartache rule. Not only is Carter my friend and a known heartbreaker, but his job as a firefighter puts him in danger daily, and that’s something I just can’t handle.
The commitment between us might be pretend, but the passion all too real. As crazy as it makes me, I have to keep Carter at an arm’s length. Even that might not be enough to spare my heart.
Crazy for Your Love is the fifth book in The Boys of Jackson Harbor series. All books in this series can be read as standalones!
The Wrong Kind of Love (Ethan’s story)
Straight Up Love (Jake’s story)
Dirty, Reckless Love (Levi’s story)
Wrapped in Love (Brayden’s story)
Crazy for Your Love (Carter’s story)
If It’s Only Love (Shay’s story)
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Crazy for your love
Loved this book from start to finish!
Really disappointed author did have have Teagan flat out say you don’t share when you love someone. Instead it wasn’t ditrty because what we did . I don’t have a problem with partners watching or sharing yuck .. won’t read her again
Another great read from Lexi!!
Another great read from Lexi Ryan and installment in the Jackson Brother’s series! Teagan and Carter are good friends that have an attraction to each other but have reservations on pursuing those feelings further. However, it doesn’t stop either of them from pulling what I call the best friend card in order to get out of sticky situations regarding the opposite sex. When they use it one too many times and in a very public setting, the little white lie spirals into something bigger and provides the opportunity to explore the true feelings the two have for each other. While the two both have troubles that hold them back separately, it requires them to work together in order to break through them, and it takes them some time to do that. In the end, the two address their separate troubles and address their feelings, and of course it’s a HEA because it’s the Jackson boys. While I enjoyed this book, I really just cannot wait until Shay’s story since all the boys are paired up and she’s the only girl in the bunch!!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.