Some Sort of Crazy
This was my first time reading a book by Melanie Harlow and I found that this book sucked me right in with its humorous characters and situations. I really enjoyed Melanie's dual point of view style of writing and her effortless way of creating funny situations. Natalie's character was that of a strong and independent woman who loves to plan her life out and does not like change, but I did like the way she opened up after breaking up with Dan. I found Mile's character to be very childish and immature but I liked how he developed towards the end and realized what he wants out if life. The chemistry between Miles and Natalie was sizzling ht and I really enjoyed all their intimate scenes. While reading the book I did find a grammatical error and I personally felt that the book was dragging towards the end. Overall this was a funny book that shows the great journey of two friends becoming lovers
Natalie Nixon has everything she ever wanted out of life, she has a successful bakery, the perfect boyfriend and her dream house, so when a psychic tells her that her life is about upended by a stranger she laughs it off.
Then her childhood friend Miles Haas comes back into town., but he is no stranger since they have known each other for 10 years. He is a shameless playboy, who is only around for the summer and makes a living by writing articles about sex.
He is not the man of her dreams and she does not want to leave everything she has worked so hard for just to have a fling, but he does make her laugh and is sexy as hell.