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Crazy Little Thing Called Love Mass Market Paperback – June 25, 2013
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"Sweet, sassy, and oh, my yes - sexy! Molly Cannon's debut Ain't Misbehaving is delicious fun! If you like Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Kristan Higgins, you'll love Molly Cannon."
--Mariah Stewart, New York Times bestselling author of Hometown Girl
"If you are in the mood for a romance with a touch of Texas, then dust off your cowboy boots and check out this new author."―RT Book Reviews on Ain't Misbehaving
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Etta, her granddaughter, arrives in town for the funeral and due to unforeseen circumstances has to stay and finish what was started on the B&B or she will have to sell the family home. The only catch is that she is forced to partner with Donny Jo... a blast from her past and not a man she gets along with for the most part.
As Etta and Donny Jo work and fight together they slowly begin to respect each other and eventually love each other. I truly enjoyed both of these characters and loved their stories. Two good people doing what they can to salvage the dream of a woman they both respected and loved. It seems as if Grammy Hazel always knew best and even more so after she passed away. Her dream brought them together in a way they never expected.
This is so much more than a romance. This is also a story of small town neighbors coming together to help honor the memory of a friend. It's a story of finding lost loves and mending wounds from the past... of taking chances and doing the right thing even if it means giving up something we really want.
If you are looking for a feel good story with a slow moving romance this is a good choice. It just made me smile...
Etta has a great job as a chef in Chicago how can she be in charge of getting the B&B up and running or trusting Donny Joe but it seems she must do both or lose everything. Donny Joe was always trouble but grew seems to have grown out of his bad attitude into one handsome man but the idea that he is now her business partner is a match made in dysfunction heaven. To add to her grief Etta's flaky sister takes off and leaves Etta with the responsibilities of caring for her niece. One surprise after another as her life in Chicago unravels and a life in Everson seems to be coming together.
Etta and Donny Joe realize that together the pieces fit and while all items on the table, including their relationship is up for negotiation a bulls eye seems to be the order of the day. Nothing is as perfect as you would like it to be or as dark as you think it is, so Etta goes with the flow and Donny Joe is willing to follow her anywhere.
Fabulous story, amazing characters, and one hot romance add up to a sizzling read regardless of what time of year you pick this book up.
I felt the tension between the H and h. I understood the reasons behind it. Character development is important and it was well presented in this book. When the H and h connected, I was cheering them on. I really liked the ending... it was cute. What I was not all that thrilled about was how some of the focus was shifted away from the H and h. It actually made the flow of the story a bit more drawn out, but all in all I found this story enjoyable to read. Not much humor, light on the sizzle, but a cute story nonetheless. Definitely recommendable to a friend, but I will suggest this..... while all Ms. Cannon's books are stand alone, there is a connection to one another. To truly appreciate the story, you really need to read "Ain't Misbehaving", to really embrace the whole story.
I am looking forward to the next book to see the continuing story of characters from these two books... Jake and Marla Jean's wedding as well as the growth between Etta and Donny Joe. Heck, I am even looking forward to Theo's story with Irene. I am definitely loving this small town series of stories and I believe you will, too.
The one thing I will say, is that while I having a feeling Belle's story will be the next in the series, I really hope not. Whereas Molly Cannon made Donny Joe a likeable guy in Ain't Misbehaving despite his character flaws, I don't feel that there was anything redeeming about Belle's character and I felt like Cannon's attempt at making her "a better person" at the end of the book were half-hearted at best and not believable at all.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this for my mom. She really loved it. She didn't want to put it down & really didn't want it to end.Published 13 months ago by MOOCHIE
I enjoyed this light-hearted love story and enjoyed following the heroine's change of heart from avoiding, rebelling against, and resisting Donny Joe to understanding him and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carolyn Williamson
Molly Cannon did a good job bringing the characters to life in Crazy Little Thing Called Love. Etta and Donny Joe were an opposites attract type of couple and the fireworks seemed... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tawnya Bentley
This book is beautifully written. You're immediately captured by the love story and reminded of your first feeling of love and romance - the butterflies, the joy, the jealousy, the... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Kristal L. Mothershed
It was a nice book. Not a lot of sexual content. I wild recommend to any one that wants a nice light readPublished on April 20, 2014 by Cindy l
Have never left a review before but I want to encourage this author to keep it up. With the combination of the sweet small town where everybody knows everybody else and all their... Read morePublished on April 4, 2014 by Kindle Customer
Nothing earth shaking BUT a fun, light hearted read. It was clear where things were going, but when it is written cleverly with good characters and dialogue it is just one of... Read morePublished on March 28, 2014 by Vera J. Osguthorpe
I like this story of a big city chef returning to her small town roots because of a tragedy that turns out to be a blessing in disguise. Read morePublished on March 21, 2014 by Tracey Reid
I got a stack of books from my Mom and honestly had not been much of a reader in my adult life before. But I guess I just hadn't found love stories before. Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by Amazon Customer