He’s the one guy I can’t stand.
He’s had everything handed to him while I run on coffee and bagels to achieve my goals.
Now, he's my new roommate.
I could handle Tripp McCain when we only saw each other while our friends hung out, or when we had a class together. He was easy to ignore. But then a spot opened up in the writing program and renting out my spare room was a no-brainer. Tripp wasn’t supposed to be the one to show up to help me, and he sure as heck isn’t supposed to walk around shirtless.
I shouldn't like it and I definitely should not have kissed him.
I’m all about giving second chances, but there’s a reason the rich boy had to move in with the girl who needs money. If there’s anything I’ve learned from reading romance novels, it’s that I hope I figure it out before he packs his bags, taking my heart with him.
Kiss Me Crazy is a free enemies to lovers romance that starts a three book interconnected sereis.
The read was entertaining. Loved the ending.
One thing I love about this authors books is how I can’t put them down. I get invested in the characters and have to know their stories. I recommend this book to anyone who wants a good quick read- an escape from reality for a moment.
not worth it
The characters in this book are infuriatingly dumb. Lennox’s friends seem like terrible people. Character and relationship development is bare minimum and rushed. She gives up her dream so flippantly for the guy. Overall just painful to read.