Crazy for Her

Crazy for Her

By Sandra Owens

K2 Special Services series, book #1

Category: Contemporary Romance

 Overall Rating: 4

  • Captivation: 4
  • Sizzle: 4
  • Romance: 4
  • Enjoyment: 4
  • Literacy: 4

Book Description:  That he is in love with Dani Prescott, his best friend and SEAL teammate’s wife, is a deep secret Logan Kincaid keeps close to his heart. On their last mission in Afghanistan, Evan Prescott is killed in battle. With his dying breath, Evan begs Logan to take care of his wife and child.

It’s been close to two years since the death of her husband, and Dani Prescott is living in Asheville, North Carolina with her daughter Regan. When a stalker threatens, she turns to the most dangerous man she knows. Logan Kincaid.

There are many reasons why Logan believes he’s not good enough for Dani. His secrets are as dark as the underside of a rock. The best thing he can do for her is catch the stalker and then get the hell out of her life.

Of course, when love is involved things have a way of not going as planned.

 Captivation:  An interesting story that captures attention fairly close to the start.  Owens creates a fairly realistic cast of characters and events, relating the difficulty of war and over-seas-deployed military events for both the soldiers and the family supporting them.  This story grabs and holds your attention and emotions pretty much all the way through.

Sizzle:  There is more seduction in this book than actual intercourse, but the seduction scenes are well written, and make the sizzle factor in this book truly something to read.  The intimacy scene is okay, not the best, however the seduction makes up for it.

Romance: This is a wonderfully sweet story with a great combination of myriad emotions.  Dani and Logan are really great characters with personalities that are wonderful to watch as their relationship develops.  This story is so sweet and relatable, it’s a fantastic read for any romance-fan!

Enjoyment:  I really liked this book.  Though the actual physical intimacy scene isn’t the most spine-tingling, the seduction and flirting scenes more than make up for it.  The back story combined with the plot mystery are really well developed!

Literacy:  Caught a few minor editing errors, but nothing major or distracting.

Overall,  This book and series is definitely on my read-again bookshelf.  I really like the characters introduced in the series as well as the writing style and overall story.  This is really a great contemporary read.


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