Happy Book Birthday!! It's so exciting when a new book comes out! It's like a new child! Susan's latest is a wonderful rom-com about a woman who has to give up the one thing she loves in order to get an inheritance.
I loved the book. It's cute and sweet with a wonderful message. The redemption of the heroine, Georgia, is heartwarming! CRAZY FOR YOU is now available in ebook, available at all major retailers.
“Instagram Ready” takes on a new meaning in the middle of the woods with no internet. Can Georgia survive the terror of a world without her phone?
Georgia Atwood had everything a twenty-four-year-old could want. A handsome boyfriend practically ready to marry her. A YouTube channel with enough viewers to quit her job at Starbucks. So many good selfies on her phone she needed a new memory card. What else could a girl ask for? How about a million-dollar inheritance from her grandmother with one little catch…
The only thing standing between Georgia and money was the successful completion of a sixty-day rehabilitation program for internet addiction. All she had to do was survive for three months in the middle of the woods without her tablet or phone. Internet rehab seemed a small price to pay to get her grandmother’s inheritance.
Wait. Back up. Delete. Living without her followers and phone seemed easy. But that was before she met Victor, the dashing camp counselor determined to steal her heart. He has her hiking and admiring the night sky rather than the latest celebrity sighting, and sends her into a tailspin. Insert some new friends and an elaborate plan to liberate their phones, and Georgia risks losing more than the money…She just might lose her heart and find what is really important.
If you love your romance filled with comedy, you’ll love CRAZY FOR YOU. With a hint of Sophie Ranald’s Rom Coms and Lucy Score’s Comedic Romances, Susan V. Vaughn has hit the right note in CRAZY FOR YOU.
She took a step closer. “Are you okay?”
“I’m great, just about to walk a trail.” He gestured around them as if to say, “Hello, this is a perfectly normal thing to do.”
But it wasn’t. “You left my camp activity,” she said.
“I wasn’t participating.”
“You were watching.”
“For a few minutes.” He shrugged, as he if hadn’t a care in the world. “But then I got bored.”
Burn. She forced a smile. “Bored or jealous?”
He looked back at her for a long time. His expression was stony. “We are not together, Georgia. Why on earth would I be jealous?”
Burn again. “Really? That is how you are going to play it?”
Finally, some emotion flashed in his dark eyes. The irritable kind. “Seems to me the only person playing games here is you.”
“I was playing games,” she admitted, pushing him over the edge. “On purpose.”
“I got that.” He chuckled without humor.
She took a step closer. “I wanted you to admit your feelings for me.”
“I did last night.” He seemed annoyed about this.
She placed a hand on his chest. Her body grew all warm and tingly. “I wanted you to give into those feelings.”
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