Title: Crazy Sexy Notion
Author: Sarah Darlington
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 8, 2018
My former best friend…is now a hooker…
After a terrible breakup, the crazy notion hit me to look up my childhood friend. With half a country between us, I haven’t seen Raven since the day my dad rushed in and saved me from the Sandy Hill Trailer Park. But I loved Raven as a boy, and now I need to find out if I could love her as a man. Only problem: her profession.
Come to find out—she’s a prostitute.
Yeah, I hate that guy.
Really, he’s only a faint memory now, but at one point in time he meant everything to me.
My protector. My savior. My best friend.
I was ten.
Then he left.
Now he’s back.
Fifteen years too late.
Crazy Sexy Notion by Sarah Darlington
Tanya Rae’s rating: 4 of 5 stars
Is it wrong that I ignored my family to read Crazy Sexy Notion? I really enjoyed reading this book.
I wasn’t sure when I read that Raven was a prostitute if I would like the book and I have, to tell you I DID really like the book!
Raven & Mick (Mickey Lawson) grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. Mick left Raven when he was 10 after his father came to get him. Raven wasn’t the lucky one to leave when she was young.
After a terrible break-up Mick decided he was going to go and see Raven from his childhood. He felt that she was the answer to all his problems. He hoped she wasn’t married. After arriving at Sandy Hill Trailer Park he finds that she is a prostitute and has a young child. Now he is determined to save her & her child.
I loved the chemistry between Raven & Mick. Of course, the kid is cute too. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading Street Rat.
Sarah Darlington grew up traveling the United States—although, she’s called Virginia home for most of her adult life. She’s the proud mom of an intelligent 5-year-old boy with autism, who makes every day an adventure, and a 1-year-old red-headed little girl who is as fiery as her hair color. She believes in true love, soul mates, unicorns, rainbows, and that Hogwarts really does exist. Before having kids she worked as a flight attendant. And when she’s not writing, she’s busy plotting her next grand adventure.