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Crazy Stupid Love Are There Written Rules On How To Find A Soulmate Or Is It Better To Trust The Hands Of Fate A Hilarious Romance Perfect For The Fans Of Debbie Johnson And Holly Martin.After Enduring A String Of Dead End Relationships, Zoe Mathison Has Made A Decision To Find A Man Who Truly Appreciates Her But This Is Turning Out To Be Complicated Than She Expected Fed Up Of Being Surrounded By Insufferably Happy Couples In Love, Her Mission To Find The Perfect Man Starts To Become An Obsession.Eric Morgan Is Pushed To His Limits Hopelessly In Love With Zoe, Who Sees Him As Nothing Than A Best Friend To Lean On, He Can T Bear Seeing His Hopes Of Romance Crushed Every Time The Sculpted Pecs Of A Younger Man Comes Along But When A New Girl Appears On The Scene, He Is Determined To Prove That He Can Push His Infatuation Aside And Move On But Is It As Easy As It Seems In The Romantic And Bustling City Of New York, Will Zoe And Eric S Hilarious Misadventures Attract Cupid S Arrow


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10 thoughts on “Crazy Stupid Love

  1. says:

    A new york based unrequited love story that misses the mark by a long mile Four seemingly intelligent friends who all work in a gift shop This book however, focuses on Zoe and Eric with Zoe being the object of Eric s 10 yr love interest TBH this story felt dated I mean who on earth still uses a fax machine and the fact that Eric was an MIT graduate who worked as a videographer or something of such makes littl...


  2. says:

    Actual rating 3.5 out of 5 stars It is always better to regret what you have done than what you haven t Ten years of being friends with Zoe Mathison, Eric Morgan never dared to tell what he really felt for his best friend afraid that their relationship would be ruined by telling her the truth He stayed for her even if it hurts that she was having a string of unhealthy relationships with men that wasn t him.While Zoe desperately searching for her Mr Right was tiresome at times, she finally real


  3. says:

    Check out for reviews Crazy Stupid Love is the second installment in Blame it on New York series This is a story about Zoe and Eric.Zoe Mathison has it all, but she never really had friends as she never clicked with the girls and guys just thought of as someone to flirt with I didn t click with Zoe from the get go only but there is a certain sweetness to her I guess I was irritated with her because she just couldn t see or didn t want to accept what was in front of her Eric s love.Eric is our hero He is sweet and n


  4. says:

    This book gave me a massive headache


  5. says:

    After reading and enjoying the first book in this series I was looking forward to Crazy Stupid Love Last time we had Clover and Cade s story so it follows on from there in the respect we meet the same characters but this could easily be read as a standalone.This time it s Zoe we concentrate on it s classic story of unrequited love Her and Eric have known each other since college days but she can only see him as a best friend, always there to rely on but can t grasp how he feels about her.Zoe is the type that doesn t really form f


  6. says:

    Book provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Zoe Mathison is determined to finally find THE ONE, it s not easy though, especially if you re surrounded by happy couples and then your ex turns up on top of yet.Eric Morgan is her best friend, they have been best friends for 10 years and Eric has had feelings for Zoe ever since His feelings are still there, but he tries to hide them He wants to prove to himself that he can move on, when another girl appears on the scene.I actually found t hard to get into the book and con


  7. says:

    I struggled, really struggled I couldn t get past 35% on my kindle unfortunately I love the whole unrequited thing but possibly not from both characters, it gets messy and boring through the whole back and forth It could have been really REALLY good but I got confused from the outset All these characters in one place and I couldn t w...


  8. says:

    I think most of us enjoy a good friends to lovers story, and the promise for this one was strong We can all relate to Zoe s desire to find a relationship with someone who appreciates her and just how difficult that can be And everyone has met or heard of an Eric, hopelessly in love with his friend, who doesn t see him as anything So just what can he do to make that change, and if he does, will she ever be able to see him as something So I am torn on this story I wanted to find myself laughing and appreciating moments, cheering on Zoe and Eric, and


  9. says:

    To say I am torn on this one is an understatement This is part of Cassie Rocca s Blame It On New York series I haven t read the first book Perhaps if I had, I would ve liked it I m not sure I really liked the story idea I am a sucker for a good friends to lovers romance, but this one just didn t quite do it for me.Let s start with what I liked Two friends, Eric and Zoe, have known each other since their college years He falls in love with her right away, but she never really sees him as anything other than her best friend I liked that they were so close an


  10. says:

    I received an ARC of this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.The premise of this book is very cute Eric has been secretly in love with Zoe for 10 years while they were best friends Looked like the kind of book I needed after a sequence of non fiction and memoirs, light and fast to read.It was light, it was fast It wasn t good, though Here s a few reasons why I didn t like it The characters aren t very well built When you think you re getting a feeling of them, they do something that doesn t go with the personality the author designed f


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