From New York Times bestselling author Catherine Bybee comes the sixth novel in the warm and witty Not Quite series. No one drives in New York City. Everyone knows that, including California transplant Rachel Price. But that doesnt stop her from driving into the city. From Connecticut. Every single morning. Rain or shineor snow.When she runs the charismatic and good-looking Jason Fairchild off the road, their immediate spark is met with bad timing. There is also one tiny little detail: Jason is her boss. And a woman as intelligent and dedicated to her career as Rachel knows not to date her boss.As CEO of a private jet company, Jason Fairchild is more used to flying than driving. But if he hadnt chosen to drive home one night, he wouldnt have met the slowestand most irresistibledriver in the entire metro area. Jason has never had time for love. Or dating. Or really anything that doesnt involve work. But when he finds out that Rachel is the newest superstar in his marketing department, he cant help wondering if fate has other plans...
|Title||:||Not Quite Crazy (Not Quite #6)|
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|Number of Pages||:||315 pages|
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Not Quite Crazy (Not Quite #6) Reviews
Actual Rating: 4.5 Stars - A Top Pick!
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Not Quite Crazy–the final book in Catherine Bybee’s popular Not Quite series–was everything I love about her writing: heartfelt emotions, steamy passion, family drama, and most of all, characters so real that you feel an instant connection with them.
While I’m not ready for this series to end yet (sniff sniff) it truly couldn’t have gone out on a better note. Lots of time with the Fairchild family, getting caught up o ...more
We come to the last book in Catherine Bybee’s Not Quite series and she has given us a wonderful heartwarming, amusing and entertaining story.
Rachel Price has done the ultimate thing for her best friend; she agrees to raise her friend’s teenage son after her death. Moving Owen and herself from California to Connecticut so that she can wave off a custody battle with the paternal grandparents of her ward, she gets a job in NY. It is a big adjustment for both. They have so much to contend with, a n ...more
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It's been a while since the last Not Quite book, and I was happy to be reunited with so many familiar faces.
"Not quite crazy."
He Kissed the back of her hand. "Maybe a little crazy."
• Rachel had recently relocated from the west coast to the east coast. She was working hard to adjust to her new home, new job, and suddenly be the mom of a teenaged boy. Romance was the last thing on her mind.
• Jason was the oldest of the Fairchild clan, and due to his position in the family, h ...more
After Rachel’s best friend dies and leaves her to raise her son, she makes the move from sunny California to the Big Apple just in time for winter. Determined to make the hour long drive into Manhattan each day for her new job, she’s sure she’ll get the hang of driving on the ice and snow. That is until she has a near accident and the other car careens into a ditch. With an offer to help the driver, Jason, she feels an instant attraction, not realizing she’s crushing on her new boss.
Jason has be ...more
A delightful romance. This is my first Catherine Bybee novel and I would like to check out the rest of this series.
Not Quite Crazy has a delightful cast of characters and the story had a nice flow.
Rachel Price recently uprooted her life from California to a new job in New York City. She is raising her best friend’s 15-year-old son after losing his mother to cancer. Emily had no family who would step up and Rachel vowed to raise Emily’s son, Owen, as her own. The only problem is Owen’s paternal g ...more
Loved this one! Very sweet story!
Not Quite Crazy (Not Quite, #6) by Catherine Bybee
There's a sanity to the madness that is Catherine Bybee. At the heart of it all is the characters she creates. They dare us to be human. Encourage us to be empathetic and shine a light on what life has to offer whether ideal or heartbreaking. As an author she pulls back the curtain and guides readers with a profound sense of wisdom and wit. Not Quite Crazy is a nod to one life lesson we all take for granted. To get the most out of life, it has ...more