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Stacey has always been the screw up among her many siblings, to the point that nothing is really expected of her. All of her siblings are high achieving, not something that Stacey has ever aspired to. She’s a good, caring person, but also a party girl, pretty and very popular at her school. But with graduation looming, and major problems happening in her best friend Kate’s life, she knows she needs to start figuring out her own life. When a huge problem of her own, enters her life, she has no clue what she is going to do to solve it. Embrace it or not? That’s the big question here.
In addition to really caring about Stacey’s character, I loved the character of Michael. As the guy that Stacey has pretty much loved most of her life, he was such a sweet, good guy. He’s a member of a rock band, one that is poised to take off. But it hasn’t gone to his head, and he has also loved Stacey for years. Neither has really informed the other, so the book was fun to see how they dance around each other. Anytime Michael mentions something about liking Stacey, she immediately thinks he is teasing her. And she doesn’t feel worthy of him.
So yes, Stacey and Michael together, in any scene, was my favorite of this read. We also meet the members of Stacey’s family, and see the dynamics of her relationship with all of them. That was pretty sad, especially her relationship with her mother. It was easy to see why Stacey makes some of her decisions, due to how she is treated by her family.
I have left out the main premise of the story on purpose. No spoilers. But I will say that I was completely pulled into the story, and enjoyed the whole thing. It pulls out a lot of emotions from the reader, as did book one, not quite as bad of course, but bad enough for Stacey’s character.
Fantastically as well written as the first one, in my opinion! I have already purchased the third in the series, The Problem with Heartache, and hope to read it soon.
I highly recommend this to older young adult readers through adults. Great read! (PureTextuality.com)
After a break from reading it and starting it again, I got more into it. The storyline was a bit predictable, but then it got me with twists and turns that I didn’t expect. The characters remained steady with the first book (meaning their personalities didn’t change drastically). It was definitely cool to see the story from someone else’s point of view, but it was happening at the same time as the first.
Stacey was a character that I didn’t feel too close to in the first book, but I definitely related to her in this book. There were a few parts in the book when I actually had to stop because I felt like I was going to cry. It hit me harder than it probably will some other people.
Honestly, I don’t have a whole lot to say about this book because I finished it a while ago (like back in November…), and just haven’t had the time to write a review.
Anyways, I would recommend this book. You could read it without having read the first one, but I think the first one is definitely helpful in understanding. It was cute, and was nice for a downtime fluff read.
There is some mild sexual content, drinking, and some sensitive topics so probably 16+.
3.5 out of 5 stars
This is the second book in the Crazy In Love series by the author and although I did enjoy reading it, I didn’t like it as much as the first book The Problem With Crazy. Each of the eleven chapters represents one week in Stacey’s life and the entire story unfolds week by week. The storyline was interesting with its twists and turns and made me want to keep reading it to find out what happened next. I loved the interconnectedness between the first book in the series and this one, and it also explained a lot more of what had been going in certain scenes from the first book where we now get Stacey’s point of view in this book. A character from the first book, Michael, also plays a large part in this book.
There are funny moments in this book, sad moments, heart warming moments, and frustrating moments, and although it is a great read, it is not the heart wrenching roller coaster of emotions forced upon us by the first book in the series.
Although I felt for Stacey and the predicament she found herself in, I didn’t warm to her as much as I did to Kate in the first book. I felt that Stacey’s character may have been a little exaggerated and on occasion I found her to be annoying, especially in regards to her family relationships, but it may just be that was how she saw it from her point of view as a young teenage girl.
The book is written well with believable dialogue between the characters and I commend the author on her handling of a sensitive topic.
I enjoyed reading this book and I am looking forward to the next instalment in the Crazy In Love series.