Blog Tour| Crazy for Your Love – Lexi Ryan

I have really enjoyed the past books in The Boys of Jackson Harbor series (The Wrong Kind of Love, Dirty, Reckless Love, and Wrapped in Love). This week the next book in this series, Crazy for Your Love, was released. Thanks to Social Butterfly PR and the author, I was provided an ARC to read and review. Let’s take a look at what I thought about this one!


Crazy for Your Love by Lexi Ryan

Release Date: April 9, 2019


Crazy for Your Love, an all-new standalone contemporary romance by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Lexi Ryan

A family wedding with a fake boyfriend, meddling parents, and an obsessive ex . . . What could go wrong?

The only thing worse than being single at my sister’s wedding is finding out that my ex will be there too. Not just any ex—the guy everyone expected me to marry, the man I came to Jackson Harbor to escape.

Now I need a date, and fast. Enter Carter Jackson—the firefighter who’s dealing with an unwanted five minutes of fame ever since a shirtless photo of him saving a puppy went viral. He’s warding off propositions left and right, and he needs a fake relationship as much as I do.

Sweet and sexy, Carter is completely off-limits. See, I have a rule. A no heartache rule. Not only is Carter my friend and a known heartbreaker, but his job as a firefighter puts him in danger daily, and that’s something I just can’t handle.

The commitment between us might be pretend, but the passion all too real. As crazy as it makes me, I have to keep Carter at an arm’s length. Even that might not be enough to spare my heart.

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I have enjoyed The Boys of Jackson Harbor since the author has been publishing them, but I think Crazy for Your Love is my favorite of them all! These books can be read as a standalone without a problem, but believe me when I say you don’t want to miss anything involving this fun family!

Friends to lovers has been done time and time again by many authors, but Crazy for Your Love did this in an unique way! It wasn’t the typical ‘we feel attracted to each other, but don’t want to admit it’, but Teagan and Carter both had their own demons to face. Without even realizing it, they were just what the other one needed. Whether it was pretending to be Carter’s girlfriend at bachelor auction or being together at Teagan’s sister’s wedding, there was something there.

I loved watching their relationship develop. It was clear from the start that there was an attraction there, but they both didn’t want to admit it. They had a lot of fun teasing, some serious conversations and it was very clear that they really cared for each other. Both had some stuff to deal with before really giving in to what they were feeling.

Even though both Teagan and Carter had some past issues, I didn’t think the drama was too much. For both sides it was clear why they were having trouble with certain aspects of their lives. Being a firefighter and losing a friend made being seen as a hero for rescuing a puppy a bit too much. Teagan had some relationships that weren’t right for her, but she didn’t want to bring up what happened. I think they brought out the strength in the other that they needed to fight just a little bit harder.

Crazy for Your Love is another amazing installment in this series and you really love the characters before the end of this book. I was actually sad to see it end! If you’re looking for amazing romances and an amazing family, definitely pick up this series!


“The whole drive from the hospital, I told myself I wanted to check on you.” Carter wraps his hands around his coffee and looks up at me through thick, dark lashes most women would pay a premium for. “But the second I walked in the door, I knew that wasn’t what brought me here. I want to finish what we started.”

I bite my lip and whimper. “You’re killing me.”

“And when you look at me like that, all I want to do is seduce you into ignoring your better judgment.”

That! my traitorous body cries. Yes, let’s do that!

“But I get it,” he continues. “We’re friends, and as tempting as I find you—as tempting as I’ve always found you—if adding sex to our friendship is out of the question for you, this conversation is over. I want you, but I’m not enough of an idiot to ruin this just to take you to bed.”

My brain stumbles on as tempting as I’ve always found you before landing on adding sex to our friendship. Is that an option? Does that ever work? Crap on a cracker. I’ve known Carter for four years, and I’ve never had to exert so much self-control for something as simple as not straddling his lap.

“Tell me what you’re thinking.” His voice is low, a husky rumble that bypasses my brain and speaks directly to the parts of my anatomy I’d rather exclude from this conversation.

I’m thinking I want you too. I’m thinking we could be naked and in my bed in less than sixty seconds. “I’m thinking you should leave,” I blurt, pushing the words past the other really bad ideas on the tip of my tongue.

He blinks at me, then nods as he pushes out of his chair. “Sure. I understand.”

Jumping up, I catch his arm. I can feel the heat of his skin through the cotton of his shirt sleeve. “I’ve never done this.”

His eyes go wide. “Wow. I thought . . . Seriously?”

“Not sex, you idiot. The whole friends-with-benefits thing. I’m not sure I’m made that way.”

He’s quiet for a long beat. “If you need more than that from me, Tea, I—”

I press my fingers to his lips and shake my head before he can say anything else. I’m not hoping for more. More is out of the question for me with someone like Carter. But even so, I don’t want to hear that he doesn’t want anything either. I know it’ll feel like rejection—even if that makes me a hypocrite. “I don’t want more, but I don’t know if . . .”

I drop my hand from his mouth and lift onto my toes to press my lips to his. I want to know if it’ll feel like it did last night, and the second our mouths touch, I have my answer. Electric need zips through me. I loop my arms behind his neck, planning to take the kiss deeper.

He doesn’t let me. With a hand on either of my wrists, he pulls my arms away and steps back, his eyes dark. “I’ll go. You think. If we do this, it needs to be a decision, not an accident.”

I nod and watch him leave, but I stand there for a solid five minutes, considering running after him.

About Lexi:

Lexi Ryan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of emotional romance that sizzles. A former academic and English professor, Lexi considers herself the luckiest girl around to make a living through storytelling. She loves spending time with her crazy kids, weightlifting, ice cream, swoony heroes, and vodka martinis.

Lexi lives in Indiana with her husband, two children, and a spoiled dog. You can find her at her website:

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 Another great book in this series! I love this family and wouldn’t mind being a part of it. What books have your favorite bookish families?

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