Book in Review: Crazy Love

Title : Crazy Love (Two best friends, too many lovers, totally outrageous)

Author: Desiree Day

Number of Pages: 312

Chapters: 61 short chapters

I remember reading this book in my early 20’s and only got about 1/3 of the way before getting drawn onto another book.  I wish I would have told myself to stick it out a few years ago, because it’s a great read!

This book describes two women (Stacie Long and Tameeka Johnson) finding their way through their lives and through different men.  Stacie has a list that she goes by every time she meets a man that she wrote in high school and still believes that the perfect man is out there.  Stacie is described as a beautiful woman who all the guys flock too.  Tameeka on the other hand, is just amazed when any man is interested in her and she is just wanting to find her own “Mr. Right” .

Both of their lives are definitely opposite, but the roots of these girls goes way back to when they were children living in the same rough neighborhood where not many people made it out to be successful.  They both decided they were not going to be those people and Stacie got a job at a law firm being a receptionist while Tameeka decided to open up her business from scratch and offer different types of products in her shop to help people relieve stress and relax.

It definitely gets into detail with this book about their love life, their social life, and their personal lives as well.  I loved that I can definitely relate with some of my friends with having to go through rough times before finding their soul mate, or the friends that had to struggle before becoming successful.  I loved this book, and I couldn’t wait to get in bed at night and read late into the night, losing track of time.

I would probably recommend this book to just the women, I am sure a man would like this book, but I am gearing this audience to be more towards the women.  It’s a good read and I am glad I pulled it out of my box of books that I saved and read it again! 🙂


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