WHY I READ IT
I have read every book Jamie has released. Her style of writing and subject matter just call to me.
WHAT I RATED IT
WHAT IT’S ABOUT
My mother used to have a saying for everything.
“You can’t be pretty and lucky.”
She wasn’t pretty or lucky.
“You have to kiss a lot of toads before you find your Prince Charming.”
I kissed too many of those. Sorry, but Prince Charming isn’t in Hicktown, Kentucky.
“The good ones go to Heaven; the bad ones go to Hell.”
Guess I’m going to Hell.
“Hell is paved with good intentions.”
Surprisingly, that one is true. Why? Because …
I intended to stay away from Calder Riggs.
I intended not to fall in love with him.
I intended to find a man who wasn’t a loser or a joker.
Oh well, I’ve never been afraid of Hell, anyway.
That’s why I’m Crazy Bitch!
This entire series is about a group of, tough as nails, best-friends. These woman haven’t had the easiest lives but, they don’t let that stop them from striving for what they want and deserve. I have been supremely impressed with this series so far. Prior to it we had only met these woman through the eyes of others, and because of that my mind had conjured up who and what they were. After reading their books I saw a whole other side to these woman that not only make me love them but, made me respect them too.
Crazy Bitch was unfortunately my least favorite in this series so far. I felt like she didn’t have the fight in her that the others did. She fell into a relationship quickly even after hold a grudge for years. I really though she would have made Calder work for it more. However later in the book when their relationship was fully established her strength, understand, and support was amazing. That really redeemed this book for me.
I really enjoyed how much of the Last Rider’s we got in this book. Their series is what first drew me to Jamie’s writing so getting a piece of them in this series as well made this book that much better. I enjoyed this book, it just didn’t stand out to me like the rest. But I am looking forward to seeing the other side of TA.