Love Me Crazy by M.N. Forgy
Published by Indie on September 13, 2018
Genres: Contemporary, Romance
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Legend has it that there’s an intangible red string that binds two souls destined to be together.
No matter the time, place, or circumstance, nothing can break the invisible thread between those two people who are meant to be together.
That’s what it was like between Warner and I—an instant connection, like we’d always been together.
He and I, both from traumatized families, found comfort in one another. The boy with the letterman jacket and charismatic smile. And me, his bohemian princess. The invisible string pulling us to one another despite the danger our love created.
The town whispered about us.
Our parents threatened us to stay away from one another.
They tried to cut the string and keep us apart.
We simply tied it in chaotic knots, with no hope for ever separating them.
Together, we escaped and became the modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. Our getaway filled with crime and passion.
But will our unbreakable bond uphold the chaos fate brought us, or will our love bleed into a pool of crimson?
Love Me Crazy, an all-new Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde Romantic Suspense by M.N. Forgy is NOW AVAILABLE!
Love Me Crazy is a modern spin on Bonnie & Clyde that gives you whiplash from how quickly it goes from sweet to sin.
It’s starts off all sweet and no so wholesome with the star football player named Warner who has had his fair share of girls but one night he meets River, who completely rocked his world. While they never thought they would see each other again, circumstances bring them back together and then end up living in the same town. From the moment they were back in each other’s lives, they become attached to each other. Their story escalates quickly so hold on to the rails.
I will say this, it was harder for me to get into their crazy actions towards the end just because of how innocent they seemed in the beginning. I also had a hard time getting into their ages. I would have liked them to be older but I understood why the author did it this way. The transition from sweet to sin was so sudden that it was a bit hard for me to wrap my head around and to feel the believability of it. That’s just a personal choice.
Overall, I think it has a good storyline and I was intrigued the entire time. I enjoyed it and think a lot of people will. If you want young love to root for then Warner and River are your team!
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