Title: Simply Crazy (Jaded #1)
Author: Jenn Hype
Published Date: July 11th 2017
Genre: Romantic Comedy
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Forget apps, websites and singles events – clearly the best way to meet a guy is to move in next door, accidentally assault him and then demand a job at his company.
If that kind of charm doesn’t totally knock him off his feet, the next step is to build an army. If possible, try to recruit those closest to the target, such as his mom, sisters and closest friends. Sure, it sounds extreme and maybe a little bit crazy, but I’ve always subscribed to the old adage “No one worth having comes willingly.” Okay, I switched out some words there, but you get the point.
Caution: Even the most foolproof plans can have hiccups along the way. I’ve taken the liberty of compiling a list of things you should watch out for: Crazy ex-boyfriends who pop up out of nowhere like an evil jack-in-the box; Women who think a strategic nip slip is effective at landing a boyfriend; Co-workers who think it’s hilarious to prank you at work and then upload the videos to social media.
Still have doubts? No worries. I’ll show you how it’s done.
I have read ALL of author Jenn Hype’s books and each one leaves me wanting more (not in a cliffhanger sense, but in an I LOVE HER sense)! I feel like each book that she writes gets funnier and funnier, while at the same time leaves the reader with a feeling of satisfaction with the plot, characters and overall feel of the book. She writes funny, charming, banter filled books with a plot that makes sense, touches on real life issues and makes the reader fall in love with both the book and the author!
Blake and CJ meet under the most interesting of circumstances and it’s an instant match made in heaven (for one of them) and a match made in Hell for the other…Blake isn’t a native New Yorker and has no clue what the proper city etiquette is, but she hopes to figure it out, especially if her new boss is the one to show her. CJ wants nothing to do with relationships and focuses on his work….until his new assistant is able to persuade him that he needs more in his life and that the loss of his leg isn’t the loss of his life. The author touches on some important aspects of war, the after affects and the way in which people can help. She is respectful, she handles tough topics and she does it in a way that helps the reader to understand the affects of war.
After you one-click this book beware if you decide to read this book out in public, be warned that you will laugh out loud and people may look at you oddly, but it is well worth it! If you are looking for an amazing read then look no farther! If you want to find your newest favorite author – THIS IS HER! This is one of my favorites and I am looking forward to the next two in this series!
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