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 move ...more
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As you can tell from the title of this review...I fell hard for this book....
It had everything I love in a romance or any kind of book, for that matter...
You have the amazing central core of the O'Brien Family... Loud, Loving and mostly men who like to tease and torture each other while caring about whether everything is good in their world. Each family member has been fleshed out and we have been wanting to know all there i ...more
As the youngest of seven and the only girl in the bunch, Wren O’Brien loves sports more than fashion, is as loud mouthed as any of her brothers and is equally brave. But her bad choice in men has left her with more than a few painful scars and a sociopath stalker that pushes her to avoid any kind of relationship with the opposite sex until a well-dressed, well-mannered, mouthwatering, nerd visits the ca ...more
There is nothing quiet and unassuming about Erin O'Brien: she's grown up with six brothers, 5 of them older, so to say she's headstrong and driven would be an understatement. But she's lovely with it and, as her feelings for Evan Jonah develop, we get see deeper into her: be ...more
As I am book obsessed and I know that I am surrounded by like-minded people. I’m sure that you know that when you go on a book one click binge or request binge that you are so stuck in your mania that you can’t really remember what you did. Never happened to you? Then you’ve never lived.
When after a couple of weeks you back track to see what is on your kindle and you realise that you have a book that you requested you recognise the author from one other book you read by her and it didn’t ...more
Crave Me by Cecy Robson was a great read.
From the first page I was hooked, I found myself turning the pages and getting lost in Wren and Evan and all the O'Brien clan :D
The storyline was sweet, romantic, swoon worthy, angsty and HOT!
The characters Wren and Evan were wonderful, memorable characters and I couldn't get enough of them. They made me laugh, they made me swoon and they made me cry. Damn I loved!
Having read the previous books in the O'Brien Family series I couldn't wait to rea ...more
And with her latest story, that is exactly what I got.
I have to confess something first, lately, this genre, once upon a time my most favorite ge ...more
I had an absolute blast with this book! I like a good romance and have seen Cecy Robson's books around for several years but had never had the chance to read one so I excited to give her work a try. I think I have been missing out because this book was amazing. Once I started listening, I didn't want to stop. I am so glad that I decided to take a chance with this book.
Wren and Evan were such great characters and they worked really we ...more
The narration here was exceptional! I loved how this narrator gave voice to Wren who had a deep Philly accent that I’m actually going to miss now that it’s over. I did struggle some with her British accent for Evan but I loved everything else about this narration that I was able to quickly adjust to it. (I did have to adjust the speed a few times when she was giving us his POV.) Each character here had wonderfully distinctive voices that I adapted to quickly a ...more
H - Loved the H. Think he was around 31 years old. Not a manwhore. He's been celibate for 10 months. The biggest negative for me was that he had two long term relationships before the h. One lasted for 2 ye...more
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Cecy Robson’s talent must never be doubted, and this volume is proof of it once again. I could praise her novels and especially her romances but I think you will understand it yourself if you get started! I sincerely think you will not be disappointed, I am as always under the spell.
We discover Wren O’Brien here, the only daughter of the family. She did not have an easy life, far from it and her bad choices in men made her very suspicious. However, as so ...more
Wren was great! Smart and sassy, but hiding a vulnerable heart. And Evan was perfect. Both had some issues in their past and have worked hard to not let them define who they are. They brought out the best in each other.
As always, the rest of the O'Brien family was great! I love their loyalty and p ...more
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 ...more
While not a happy conversat ...more
"You helped me find my smile"
As we have been getting to know the O'Brien family in the previous books in the series, I have loved Erin aka Wren's character. She is the only sister in a family of seven kids, so having 6 overprotective brothers has shaped her to be a little different than many women. She learned at an early age to give as good as she gets, and she can more than hold her own when any of her siblings decides to go into caveman mode on her. That strength has served her w ...more
Robson’s Crave Me gripped from the first sentence of this fantastic romantic suspense staring the most unlikely of couples and didn’t let go until The End. From the filterless mouth of the real-deal heroine to the smooth British accent of the smooth talking super nerd hero Robson spins one heck of a story combing a love story that’s a mix of naughty and nice, sassy and sweet with both humor and angst and some combustible love scenes then adds an OMG edge of your seat ...more
Erin O’Brien aka Wren is a woman who knows just what she wants. Having grown up in a huge Italian family she’s loud, crass, and downright awesome. Evan is a nerdy businessman who is putting everything he’s got into turning his company into a success. I love the way their story progresses, the attraction is immediate but Evan is shy and asking Wren on a date is a struggle for him at first. The twos biggest challenge is time, th ...more
Wren, the only daughter of seven O’Brien siblings is a mouthy car sales person.
Evan is a mild mannered genius nerd from England looking for a more rugged car to cope with the Philly weather. Wren sells him a car but the sparks fly and they become more.
When Wren’s psychotic ex deliberately torches her place of work she comes to act as Evan’s PA and help him save his company.
This has billionaire nerds, psychotic ex-cops, jealous PAs, unscrupulous adversaries, an electronic ...more
Wren is the only girl in a family of six brothers who's always prided herself on being strong. She always thought she could defend herself but one night of trusting the wrong person left her full of doubts and shame that have ...more
I am not exaggerating when I say you NEED to read this book, and this series. I didn't think I could love the O’Brien’s anymore than I already did, and then along came Crave Me.
You guys, I was enthralled. This book was SO PERFECT, I'm not sure I can even. That's right, this book turned me into a basic white girl, and I DGAF. I'm obsessed. Addicted. Completely and utterly in love.
It's the BEST FEELING IN THE WORLD.
Where to ...more
Wren is one tough cookie. She knows her heart, speaks her mind and never turns away from a challenge. To look at her, no one would guess the insecurities that hide beneath her tough as nails exterior. Crave Me guided me through a number of firsts. Not only am I discovering a new author, but Erin and Evan are my introduction to the O'Brien family as well. Wren is the spice. The flavor that grabs hold of the senses and lingers after the last bite ...more
Crave Me was another great addition to an already great series! Wren is the only girl in a family full of brothers. You can imagine how very protective they are of her even though she is more than capable of taking care of herself. Evan is the head of a corporate empire. He’s recently moved from London to Philadelphia to save his family’s failing company. He realizes quickly his Jaguar won’t last long in the harsh ...more