Crazy about Cameron is the third of four books about the Philadelphia-based, wildly-handsome Winslow brothers who are all on the look-out for love.
(Say what? Not so much...Brooks and Pres are OFF. THE. MARKET, and Chris is so distracted with his campaign, he can't see what - or who - is right under his nose.)
With her stiff posture, black-rimmed glasses and chestnut waves in a tight bun, Cameron Winslow’s downstairs neighbor, Margaret Story, has long been the unaware star of his filthiest dirty-librarian fantasies. But with a floundering business eating up all his time, Cam doesn’t have the open road he’d need to date a lady like Margaret.
Margaret, who grew up down the lane from Cameron, has always thought of him as a cross between a bully and a tease, as likely to pull her braids as pull her leg. But he’s grown up to be a smokin’ hot businessman, and Margaret can't help daydreaming about what it would feel like to be under, um, with someone like him.
When hot-headed Cameron and buttoned-up Margaret start using the same shady contractor for apartment renovations, Margaret may find herself in some unexpected trouble, which forces long-concealed feelings to come out of hiding...and might just make way for two unlikely fantasies to finally come true.
Return to the world created in the English Brothers books with this fresh foursome of scorching hot Winslow Brothers!
And we have another happy sigh read from Ms. Regnery.
Crazy for Cameron was just as sweet, fun and engaging as Proposing to Preston, my very first book by this author, but with much less angst and instead of sniffling, I found myself chuckling more often than not as Cameron and Margaret navigated their way towards their happily ever after.
It was very difficult to not like both Cameron and Margaret. They are both genuinely nice and good people who live relatively normal lives and are both dealing with the knowledge that their lives aren’t exactly what they want them to be but attempting to stick it in order to appease others, at least until they find themselves using the same contractor for a project, then things start to get interesting.
Cameron and Margaret have an interesting relationship. They grew up together on Blueberry Lane, but they aren’t friends, nor are they exactly enemies. They occupy that weird middle ground where they’re attracted to each other but because neither can figure out just how to approach the other about it they keep a polite distance from each other. Well, Margaret does. Cameron becomes surly and picks on Margaret, but when they finally decide to act on their feelings it was a fun ride. It really was fun and sweet to watch as they stumbled through, and past, their preconceived notions of the other to find that their attraction was mutual, and burned quite hot, as well as the fact that they genuinely like who the other is.
While this one had much less angst than the previous book in the series, but it did have something of a mystery/suspense storyline to it and though I understood it’s purpose in the story, it didn’t really interest me all that much because everything else that was going on in the story overshadowed it for me. Outside of their budding romance, both Cameron’s and Margaret’s families add their own special brand of fun and issues to the table, especially Margaret’s father who I want to throttle. And then there is the winery and being a huge fan of the nectar of the Gods I really enjoyed how that played into the story. So there is a lot going on, but it all works to give depth to the story and show why Cam and Meggie are meant to be together
The Bottom Line: This was another fun, sweet and quick read and I’m looking forward to seeing what happens with Christopher, the last Winslow brother standing.
~ ARC provided by Rock Star PR in exchange for an honest review ~
Katy Regnery, award-winning and Amazon bestselling author, started her writing career by enrolling in a short story class in January 2012. One year later, she signed her first contract for a winter romance entitled By Proxy.
Now exclusively self-published, Katy claims authorship of the multi-titled Blueberry Lane Series which follows the English, Winslow, Rousseau, Story and Ambler families of Philadelphia, the four-book, bestselling a modern fairytale series, the standalone novel, Playing for Love at Deep Havenand a standalone novella, Frosted.
Katy’s first modern fairytale romance, The Vixen and the Vet, was nominated for a RITA® in 2015, and four of her books: The Vixen and the Vet (a modern fairytale), Never Let You Go (a modern fairytale), Falling for Fitz (The English Brothers #2) and By Proxy (Heart of Montana #1) have been #1 genre bestsellers on Amazon.
Katy lives in the relative wilds of northern Fairfield County, Connecticut, where her writing room looks out at the woods, and her husband, two young children, and two dogs create just enough cheerful chaos to remind her that the very best love stories begin at home.