- Series: Not Quite (Book 6)
- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Montlake Romance (March 6, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1503951731
- ISBN-13: 978-1503951730
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 637 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #340,230 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“Bybee’s satisfying sixth installment in her Not Quite Series is a contemporary fairy tale…This fast-paced story features credible characters whose appealing relationship is built upon friendship, mutual respect, and sizzling chemistry.” —Publishers Weekly
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About the Author
When Catherine Bybee fell in love with the first romance novel she ever read, she promised herself she would one day become a published author. Now she’s written twenty-seven books that have collectively sold more than four million copies and have been translated into more than eighteen languages. Along with her popular Not Quite series, she has also penned the Weekday Brides series, the Most Likely To series, and the First Wives series.
Raised in Washington State, Bybee moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. Catherine now writes full-time. Fans can learn more at www.CatherineBybee.com.
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Not Quite Crazy is the sixth and final installment in Catherine Bybee's Not Quite series and Bybee certainly saved the best for last! I have enjoyed every book in this series, but there was something about this one that hooked me from the outset and I didn't want to put it down.
Rachel Price's life has recently undergone a lot of change. Following her best friend's death, Rachel is now the legal guardian of her best friend's teenage son, Owen, and they have packed up their whole lives and moved from California to be closer to Owen's grandparents in an attempt to keep the peace. Rachel has secured a great job in Manhattan, but she hasn't quite figured out that she really will be better off taking public transportation into work instead of trying to drive, especially when winter shows it's snowy self.
Jason Fairchild is the oldest of the Fairchild siblings and the CEO of their charter plane company. Unlike his brothers, he hasn't settled down yet and currently it is the favorite pastime of his sisters-in-law to try to set him up with prospective dates, but he's not into it. Jason's focus has always been on work and making sure that he keeps the empire his parents built together following their deaths.
One night on the way home from work, Jason ends up in a ditch after sliding off the snowy road when trying to pass the car going at a snails pace ahead of him. When the other passenger comes to his aid after the accident, Jason is captivated by the beautiful woman and that accident might just end up changing the course of the rest of their lives.
As sparks fly between them, it comes to light that Rachel actually works at Jason's company. Now that this piece of information is out in the open, will they be able to continue working toward a personal relationship or will it need to solely stay professional?
The characters that Catherine Bybee has created throughout this entire series have been fantastic. I really enjoyed Rachel, Jason and especially Owen. For a kid who is going through all sorts of change, he had a good head on his shoulders and all I wanted was for things to work out for everyone in the end. I'm really sad to see this series end, but I'm equally excited to see what amazing offerings Bybee has for us next!
Jason has been carrying the weight of his family’s business for years since his parents’ deaths. While his brothers have found their forever loves he’s stayed away from even wishing for such a thing. It doesn’t take but a few moments in the company of Rachel to know that he might have found it without even trying.
This is a relatively low angst read with some drama from the boss/employee angle and then even more due to Rachel’s responsibilities to her friend’s son, Owen. The relationship between this couple is sweet and flows naturally even if a bit quickly, which was fine by me. I like my hero and heroine to feel something immediately, even if they’re not sure what it is.
This was a very enjoyable read, fast paced, well written and included couples from what I assume were the previous books in the series. I will definitely be checking out those stories in the future.
This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley and Montlake.
Safe – no ow/om drama; H was not a manho
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