Review: A Little Bit Crazy by B. Cranford


Note: This ARC was provided by the author via Give Me Books Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

If you've read B. Cranford's debut novel, The Brightest Star, then Jade Miller and Declan Young, best friends to Brighton Starling and Sebastian Figures, respectively, main characters of the aforementioned book, should be familiar names. They're stepping into the spotlight this time around with Cranford's follow-up release, A Little Bit Crazy, which has an enemies-to-lovers feel to it, although the hate is basically coming from just one of them. With her bright pink hair, tattooes, and sky-high heels, Jade isn't afraid to show the world who she is. But for all her bravado and refusal to ask for help even when she needs it, Jade knows what it's like to be unwanted and rejected. So, when Declan shows up two hours late for their first date and doesn't bother calling, Jade pegs him as a jackass and decides to hate him for life, even though all Declan wants is to earn her forgiveness and show her that he's worth the second chance. But why should Jade put her pride and feelings on the line for the same guy who didn't think she deserved one phone call? If Declan has anything to say about it, he'll prove just how crazy he is over her.

This was pretty much an enjoyable read, one that had a really great guy who knew he had effed things up with the girl he seriously wanted to be with by making an error in judgment. I mean, seriously, people, how difficult is it to let the person you're going to meet know you're going to be late due to unavoidable circumstances? Sigh. I get it, his phone died, but what I did wonder about was the fact that he didn't explain that little tidbit to Jade, who was clearly still ticked off by it. I think she was a good person, but she went a tad overboard with the whole hating on Declan. I get that she's been burned before by those who she thought she could count on, but even after Declan had proven that he wasn't the complete jackass she had pegged him for, she was still going on about what happened on that non-date of theirs. While I did like this follow-up novel, I did like The Brightest Star more. Still, B. Cranford has proven that she isn't a one-hit wonder and it looks like she's become even more comfortable with this whole romance writing thing. I'm looking forward to reading more from her soon. Four stars go to A Little Bit Crazy. ♥

Date Read: 01 November 2017

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