Iris Clayton is supposed to be on a tropical island, soaking up the sun and a few dozen mojitos. Instead, she’s snowbound in Chicago overnight, holding out hope the morning flight isn’t cancelled. Good thing there’s a hot cowboy to keep her company. And it doesn’t hurt that Mr. Tall, Calm, and Sun-Streaked can make her tremble with one sultry look from under his well-worn hat.
Montana rancher Nash Wallace sucks at ice skating, has no clue what a selfie is, and may be a tad averse to breaking and entering, but being with Iris makes him want to bend a few rules. Or, hell, throw them out the window altogether. She’s fun, spontaneously crazy, and can rock a Muppet fur coat like no one’s business. He’s falling hard and fast, but wanting to spend his life with someone after one night is insane.
Except, nothing has ever felt so right, and neither of them wants the night to end…
AVAILABLE: January 18, 2016 Crazy Love Series Driving Her Crazy (Book 1) Kissing Her Crazy (Book 2) for my review click HERE Loving Her Crazy (Book 3)
Loving Her Crazy is the third book in Kira Archer's Crazy Love series. It is taking place simultaneously as Kissing Her Crazy. And I liked this book SOOOOO much better than Kissing Her Crazy. Iris Clayton is best friends with Lena Oserkowski (Kissing Her Crazy). She is TRYING to get to a tropical island but the weather doesn't seem to be on board (hehe... get it?! Don't mine me... it's been a long day) with her plan. Iris is stuck in Chicago in the middle of a snow storm, and can't get on another flight till the next morning. Stuck in the same situation is Nash Wallace, who is trying to get to his little brother's college graduation in Miami. After talking to Iris on the plane, he approaches her again in the terminal. From there a night of spontaneous fun, sexy dancing, and law-breaking shenanigans leaves them both learning more about themselves and each other. As the night progresses, both question whether what they are beginning to feel for each other is crazy after only one night. And what happens when their night is over and they reach their destination?
Loving Her Crazy was a surprising read for me. After reading Kissing Her Crazy (and really disliking it), I was skeptical about reading another one. But Loving Her Crazy was a great book (especially after reading an emotionally draining book). It was just what I needed. It was a quick, sweet, sexy, funny read with no drama or conflict. If you are looking for that kind of book, then definitely check out Loving Her Crazy.
Rating: 4 out of 5
**I received an ARC through Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.**