Crazy for you
|Central - Adult Large Type||LT F CRUSI||Available|
408 pages (large print) ; 24
High school art teacher Quinn McKenzie's life is perfectly normal--and it's making her insane. She's living with Bill, the nicest guy in Tibbett, Ohio, and he's crazy about her. Really crazy. Quinn is already having serious doubts about the future of their relationship when Fate intervenes, in the form of the scrawniest, squirmiest scrap of a dog you'd ever want to lay eyes on. She figures if the dog has the good sense to detest Bill on first sight, she ought to pay attention. And besides, there's Nick Ziegler, local mechanic and totally unsuitable love interest. Of course, that only makes Nick all the more appealing, not to mention his phenomenal aptitude between the sheets, and against the wall, and in the car, and... But getting rid of Bill is harder than Quinn ever expected. In fact, Bill was the last person she would have thought would try to hurt her. Thank God Nick is as capable with a two-by-four as he is with an automobile engine!
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Crusie, J. (2000). Crazy for you . Wheeler Pub..Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Crusie, Jennifer. 2000. Crazy for You. Rockland, MA: Wheeler Pub.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Crusie, Jennifer. Crazy for You Rockland, MA: Wheeler Pub, 2000.MLA Citation (style guide)
Crusie, Jennifer. Crazy for You Wheeler Pub., 2000.
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