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Call Me Crazy by [Melanie Harlow]
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  • Publication date : February 22, 2021
  • Language : English
  • File size : 3908 KB
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Screen Reader : Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
  • X-Ray : Enabled
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print length : 320 pages
  • Lending : Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.8 out of 5 stars 269 ratings

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5.0 out of 5 stars Playful and profound- Melanie’s best to date!
By K. Friend (The Romantic Rush) on February 22, 2021
This book is basically the literary equivalent of the heart eyes emoji!! Just when I think I couldn't love this series any more, Call Me Crazy charms and smolders itself straight up to my series favorite. Sweet, playful, swoony, and with the perfect dash angst- this is everything that I love about Melanie Harlow. From their witty banter and sexy chemistry to their soulful connection, Enzo and Bianca captured my heart completely. Call Me Crazy is a heartfelt and tender reminder how love can manifest in the most unexpected way, how finding it can be messy, perhaps even crazy, but taking the risk may find you exactly where you are meant to be. And Enzo and Bianca- swoon- I've never seen a couple so perfectly meant to be.

I could tell you more about how sexy this story is, how phenomenal the chemistry is, how funny the banter and how charming every character is. The perfect pace, the beautiful writing, the sincerity...but you know all that, this is a Melanie Harlow book after all. These two are simply PERFECT for each other in every way, but I have to talk about something else in this story that touched me so differently I feel I won't be the same. Saddle up- I’m about to get personal.

I’m going to go ahead and tell you now that my review will not do this book justice. There are so many reasons to adore this story- but the reason that is so hard for me to put into words comes down to this: Bianca.

It's not often you see intimate parts of your own identity so keenly and affectionately depicted in the books you read. Sure, we often relate to characters, feel affection, are deeply connected to them (which I always feel in MH books). But there are these special moments when we find characters that we more than relate to- where you feel like parts of yourself are being exposed through them. Where just reading a character makes you feel vulnerable, VISIBLE in a way that goes beyond just relating to their story. Because those moments only happen when parts of those characters are parts of you- where their story isn't just theirs, it's yours.

And for me, I found that in Bianca. I found myself unexpectedly sobbing early in the book, when Bianca tells Enzo, "I want to have a baby, and I'm done waiting for it. Why shouldn't I get to experience being a mom just because I haven't found real love." I knew then that Bianca was more than a character to me- and with every passing page, I felt more intensely connected to her. I don't just relate to Bianca's heart- part of it beats as my own.

As someone who has spent much of my life with PCOS,I’ve lived with the weight of doctors proclaiming I would like not be able to conceive (something I was told at the ripe old age of 16). I’ve spent most of my life mourning a hypothetical existence that many take for granted, that is biologically assumed. Something that was (and is) and important part of the live I wanted for myself. Like Bianca, I’ve felt the passing tick of my own biological clock with every waking moment- and my goodness, how liberating it was to see a heroine who embodied such a central part of my being. But most importantly, how empowering to see that same character CHOOSE herself. DECIDE on herself- to see a character reclaim herself, her power, and to find a path to the happiness she wants. She doesn’t let it define her anymore, though that doesn’t make it any less hard or painful. Beyond the injustice, the pain, the fear of it all- Bianca finds her happiness.

Of course, the path to that is not easy for her or Enzo- romantically or biologically. Melanie perfectly balances realism here with still keeping the book sweet and not too heavy. She acknowledges and respects Bianca’s challenges, but she doesn’t let that be the totality of her story. In fact, she ensures Bianca is a vibrant and realIzed character- she’s funny, she’s smart and kind, she has goals and other dreams. She’s more than her fertility - though that’s an important part of her, it’s not HER. She lives- and loves- and she can do all that and still want to be a mom more than anything. She can still grapple with the fear and anger of her body, and the worry that if she doesn’t find “love” fast enough, young enough hope will be lost for that dream, without that being ALL she is. And y’all- I’ve never felt such hope. I swooned, I sighed, but what touched me the most was being SEEN. My pain, my challenges feeling VISIBLE - for something so intrinsic in me to be valued, respected, and to be conveyed with optimism and love. With joy.

My story might not be entirely like hers- because hers has Enzo, and I wish mine did too. MY GOODNESS. I was not prepared to love this man the way I did. He makes every other man in this series look average..boring even. SWOON. He’s full of himself and sardonic, playful and very witty, but he’s also so compassionate, sweet and sincere. He has a sensitivity and vulnerability that is so transparent and inviting- and the way he shows up for and ultimately loves Bianca rocked me to my core. This is how we dream about being loved- Enzo does it right.

Their intimacy is truly the best of the series- maybe of all Melanie books. And not just the sexy times (although those burned me up)- but it is their emotional connection. These two become best friends from enemies - so quickly and easily. Like it was always meant to be. They see each other truly- they value and lift each other up. This is what true partnership looks like- they find safety and family in each other. That’s the beautiful irony- what starts as a lie becomes the truest part of their hearts.

Please, read this book. Even if the story doesn’t personally resonate with your experience as it does mine, it is truly a beautiful story. Chemistry and character writing at its finest. THIS Is what romance is all about. A story that gives you hope about love and life. A story that reminds us that love will come- it just takes that leap of faith. But a story that also reminds us we don’t have to wait for it to decide on ourselves- that we can chart the course to our happy. I live for Melanie Harlow's small town romances, and this one is now my dearest- my heart is so full!
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