Crazy Beautiful Love by J.S. Cooper

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Crazy Beautiful Love by J.S. Cooper
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Full Length (236 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewed by Gardenia

This is not the typical bad boy meets good girl story.

Logan Martelli is a bad boy. He’s handsome, sexy, and knows what he wants. He steals cars. He doesn’t do relationships. And he has the hottest green eyes in River Valley.

Maddie Wright is a good girl with a wild streak. She’s confident, strong, and goes after whatever or whoever she wants. And Maddie wants Logan Martelli with a passion.

One fateful night brings Logan and Maddie together and electricity sparks between them. Maddie and Logan make a real connection, but when Logan finds out who she is, he wants nothing to do with her. However, he soon realizes he can get the ultimate revenge for his family if he continues to date Maddie. The problem is he’s starting to fall for Maddie, and he knows that a relationship will mess up everything.

Logan has to decide if revenge is worth losing his one shot at real love. What price will he pay if he betrays the one woman who may finally see behind his bad boy image?

Bad boys really are a turn on when they are like Logan Martelli.  I must be honest. I love Bad Boys, but they have to be redeemable. I mean, I want to be able to show them the way to not being so bad… and still keep some of the excitement.

Logan has a heart of gold. His reputation precedes him and there is nothing he can do about it. I understand his is a fight for survival not only of himself, but also of his family.

The only thing I did not like about Logan was his insecurity when it came to Maddie’s love. I did not like it but I understood it. For a young man who has grown up without the help of his father after his mother’s death, he is in need of love and nurturing, but unable to trust.

Maddie is a strong female character with an innocent twist. She is willing to take risks to pursue Logan’s love. Their story develops into a roller coaster of emotions. They come from different sides of the proverbial railroad tracks. What could they possibly have in common?

In my opinion, this is the best book J.S. Cooper has written to date. This is the first book in this series of the Martelli brothers. I cannot wait to find out what she has in store for the other brothers.

Comments

  1. J.S. Cooper is a new author to me. This sounds like something I would enjoy reading. Thanks fr the review.

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