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About Crazy Beautiful:Kinsley Moore and Lucas Graham make great friends.
They make even better friends with benefits…
Kinsley Moore doesn’t believe in love. As an independent, self-determined entrepreneur, she has other things to worry about. Besides, she knows guys are incapable of commitment, so there’s no use getting close.
But when she meets Lucas Graham, her new landlord’s flirty, sexy son, she’s more than up for some casual fun.
Lucas is in no way looking for a relationship either, so when he’s offered a no-strings, strictly friends-with-benefits hookup with a beautiful girl, the opportunity is too good to pass up. He’s not able to give his heart away, so it’s perfect Kinsley prefers to keep emotions out of their arrangement.
Except when Lucas and Kinsley start to feel something more, their complicated pasts threaten to overshadow any chance they might have at a future together.
Can Lucas prove he’s capable of love?
Can Kinsley believe she is enough?
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Kelley then starts to talk about a few deals they are both working on, but I can’t hear her. My mind is suddenly focused across the room where I see some leggy blonde with fake lashes grabbing Lucas’ arm and whispering something in his ear. I’m too far away to make out anything that they say, but from the way he smiles and lets her lead him out of the room, I think I get the gist.
Ever since my parents died, I hardly ever have the urge to cry. It’s like I’m broken and can’t feel things right anymore. But right now I can certainly feel the tears prick the back of my eyes, which is making me all sorts of confused. I know I was the one who proclaimed our hookup to be no big deal, but from the way my chest aches and my stomach turns, maybe I don’t know what the heck I want. Clearly he didn’t take what just happened to mean anything more than what I said it was — a fun time with no strings attached — and why should he?
And just like that I am reminded that relationships are not my thing and I shouldn’t pretend sex with Lucas was anything more than just that. I haven’t up to this point, so what in the hell made me suddenly get so emotional? The tears that were starting to well up immediately subside.
It was just a quick hookup, albeit a really mind-blowing one, but a casual hookup none the less. Sure I like the guy — in a strictly have fun with a friend kind of way — but that’s it. I stand up a little straighter and purposely look away from the direction Lucas and the blonde went. The only way to handle this is to maintain control.
If I decide to leave feelings out of this, I can’t get hurt.
About Jessica Serra Huizenga:
When she’s not making confetti as head honcho over at The Confetti Bar (theconfettibar.com), co-dreaming with creative women through Monarch Workshop (monarchworkshop.com), and blogging about her health & wellness journey going sugar-free at Simple Unsweet (simpleunsweet.com), Jessica loves to spend her nights getting caught up in imaginary worlds. She lives in central CT with her husband, Clifford, and the cutest cat EVER, named Curious.
She loves colorful things, making people smile, things that smell good, and is obsessed with lemon water. And glitter. Lots of glitter.
She also loves, well…love. (She’s a sucker for a sweet story.)
You can check out what she’s up to at jshbooks.com and on Instagram (@jshbooks)