Title: Love Crazy
Author: Ashley Lyn
Series: Welcome to Spartan
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Release Date: January 10, 2017
AliceI shot him with my paintball gun.It was instant lust, the moment I caught sight of his tattoos, well-muscled body, and cocky grin. However, it was ass over tea kettle love the minute that sexy bastard brought me coffee and a bacon wrapped donut.I fell hard, and I loved every minute of it.I was lucky enough to grow up in Spartan, but I’d been contemplating a move to somewhere more populated. Lucky for me, Luke moved here and showed me how awesome it is to meet someone who’s crazy matches your own.It’s not all unicorns and rainbows, when an unwanted blast from my past blows into town, and tries knocking me off my pedestal of awesomeness.
She didn’t shoot me. She missed by a good ten feet.I fell in love with her the minute I caught sight of her cute little ass in a big pair of flowered granny panties. I tell her it was her pretty eyes, and gorgeous red hair, but really, it was the underwear.Moving to Spartan was the best decision I’d ever made. I never thought I would meet the love of my life when I moved to this small town.The people who live here take a bit of getting used to. They sometimes forget what appropriate clothing is, and will use any excuse to party.I wish I could say that everything followed the fairy tale path, but people intrude, and bring the devil with them.
Embrace your crazy, and enjoy your time in our comical, but absurd little town. Welcome to Spartan!
“The writing was good, the pace was good, you never know what will happen next, but count on it happening was awesome.” – JoAnna G
She is a passionate reader who loves to read any and all genres. A good book, a cozy blanket and piping hot cup of coffee is her idea of a good time.
She loves to write quirky, funny, sexy, and eccentric characters who have zero problems flying their crazy flags.
I really liked this one. It was funny as hell (if a bit TOO over the top ridiculous at times) It had some really interesting side characters and the writing was great. There are a ton of different POVs and a few different storylines. And although I wasn’t distracted by that, everything did feel a bit superficial. If that makes sense. A lot of different people with a lot of different things going on, but no real depth to any of the characters or stories.
There is no buildup to Luke and Alice’s relationship AT ALL. He literally just meets her and they are a HEA couple a chapter later. I almost wish the author would have left out some of the other POVs and storylines (maybe saved them for other books) and just concentrated on developing the story with Alice and Luke.That said, I did find it interesting (and funny) enough to keep going. AND it did hold my interest. AND I would LOVE to read more books featuring these wacky characters from Spartan. So two thumbs up from yours truly.