Series: O'Brien Family

Crave Me by Cecy Robson

Posted February 27, 2017 by Jennifer in Book Review | | 3 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 18 years of age due to its use of one or more of the following: sexual abuse, violence against women/children, drug use, trigger issues such as rape or simulated rape.
Crave Me by Cecy RobsonCrave Me by Cecy Robson
Series: O'Brien Family #3
Published by Cecy Robson LLC on February 28th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 278 pages
Format: eARC
Source: Author
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four-stars
three-half-flames

Wren O’Brien isn’t your typical female. As the only girl from a loud Irish family with seven siblings, she prefers fast cars to lip gloss and bad boys to good men. It’s the reason she’s nursing a wounded soul and keeping her distance from a dangerous ex.

Evan Jonah is running an empire and just moved from the lavish thoroughfares of London to the gritty streets of Philadelphia. When he walks into the nearest dealership, he’s expecting to find a reliable vehicle to handle the brutal winters, not a sexy female car rep with killer legs.

Wren doesn’t know why “Hotness in a Suit” asked her out. She doesn’t expect a great time or a night of passion that knocks her on her ass. But that’s exactly what Evan shows her.

She also never counted on how hard and fast she’d fall. But men like Evan—good men with even better hearts—don’t desire tough-talking Philly girls for long.

Evan has never met a woman like Wren. But he’s up for the challenge and ready to prove her wrong.

        
I’ve had Cecy Robson on my TBR ever since I meet her a few years ago at RT book con. She is so sweet and I’ve heard great things about her novels. So, I’m starting my reading experience with Robson with Crave Me, the third book in the O’Brien Family series. I know, I know the third book? I was assured that I could read Crave Me before, Once Kissed and Let Me and I agree that readers can easily start with Crave Me. After enjoying Wren’s story I’m going back to read her brother’s stories.

The O’Brien family is made up of seven children and Wren is the only girl which means she is tough as nails. She has a mouth of a sailor but looks like a beauty queen and the combination throws Evan for a loop when they first meet. Evan is quite and would never date someone like Wren, but there is something about her that he is drawn to and it’s not just her looks.

Crave Me is a classic case of opposites attracts but the way Cecy Robson writes it, it’s far from boring. Robson takes you on a ride that involves romance, laughter and suspense. Taking that ride with Evan and Wren was pure joy. Wren is the type of woman you want to be friends with and Evan is the sweet, sexy guy that you would want for your own. Seeing how they grow to love each over months (that’s right there’s no instant-a-love here) and how the enrich each others lives made their HEA all the more sweet and believable. Do not worry, it wasn’t all “sweet” there was plenty of naughty in their journey to that HEA and if you like a bit of mystery and suspense with your romance than Robson has you covered too.

Wren’s ex is a dangerous man who likes to pop up from time to time to remind her of the hell he put her through but between her overprotective brothers and Evan she has nothing to worry about or does she? You’ll have to read Crave Me to find out if this couple makes it unmarked to their HEA.

I highly recommend Crave Me to romance lovers and I can’t wait for the next novel, Feel Me [May 23rd 2017] featuring Declan, Assistant District Attorney, one of many of Wren’s brothers, but until then I’m going back and reading Once Kissed and Let Me.

About Cecy Robson

Cecy (pronounced Sessy) Robson is a full-time writer, registered nurse, wife, and mother living in the Great Northwest. She attributes her passion for story-telling back to the rough New Jersey neighborhood she was raised in. As a child, she was rarely allowed to leave the safety of her house and passed her time fantasizing about flying, fairies, and things that go bump in the night. Her dad unwittingly encouraged Cecy’s creativity by kissing her goodnight wearing vampire fangs. Gifted and cursed with an overactive imagination, she began writing her first urban fantasy series, Weird Girls, in May 2009.

Review Breakdown
Story (Plot)
four-stars
Writing
four-stars
Dialogue
four-stars
Characters
five-stars
Overall: four-stars