Thursday, June 5, 2014

* REVIEW * - Crazy Maybe by A.D. Justice

Reviewer : Angie
Rating : 5 Stars

This is my first A.D. Justice book and I am now a fan. Andi is a great character, who is so easy to relate to, and Luke...oh, Luke. He is a young man every mother hopes their son becomes.

Andi’s past makes you cry, and makes you understand why she is so guarded and tough. When that past comes back to haunt her, she’ll need every friend she has to get her through it. Growing up in foster care, family isn’t something she can rely on.

Luke, on the other hand, has a supportive family, but one that doesn’t understand him and his career choices. He feels he has something to prove. When he meets Andi, he has finally found someone who believes in him. She changes everything.

Andi Stone is a strong, smart and independent woman, thanks to the help of a famous boxing trainer, Mack, and his protégé, Shane, who have respectively been like a father and brother to her. But that wasn't always the case. Andi never knew what a “normal” life was like. Having been raised in foster care from the age of six after the death of her parents, Andi became emancipated at 16 after an especially horrible incident forced her into a psychiatric hospital. 

Luke Woods, the family black sheep and street-brawler, is determined to be a successful professional boxer despite his family’s protests. He needs Andi’s help to get there. The wedge between him and his family over his past relationship issues and career choices is not easily overcome. Luke must learn to face the past mistakes, fears and demons that constantly plague him. 

Fireworks and passions quickly ignite between Andi and Luke in the midst of the chaos that surrounds and threatens them. She never revealed the secrets and lies that have plagued her, but when she publicly inherits her family fortune, the living, breathing past comes back to torment her and threaten all that she holds dear. For the first time in her life, Andi must learn to rely on someone else to love and protect her or risk losing the man she loves. 

Sometimes love isn’t enough. Sometimes it’s all you need.

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