All it took was one look into the delivery guy's sinful brown eyes and I knew I'd regret never seeing him again. I tried tipping him a dollar and ended up getting a whole lot more than I bargained for.
Imagine my surprise when he comes back. Every. Friday. Night.
Then in an embarrassing twist of events the Big D's identity is revealed. He wants a chance and he's determined to get it.
But with a crazy ex popping around every corner, money and power standing between us and an embarrassing 'how we met' story... what's a girl supposed to do?
So The Big D started off with a lot of potential and slowly went downhill from there. Obviously, you know me and my sense of humor so when I saw that title I snickered and said I have to read it. I was drawn in with the whole mysterious delivery guy but slowly too many different things came into play, and even the twelve year old humor that I normally love and embrace just got on my nerves. It was almost like the author decided to pick ideas out of several different books and toss them in with hers and hoped they meshed well. I wanted to love The Big D, I could have loved it, but with too many different things going on all at once it took away from my overall enjoyment of this one.
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Brittany Crowley was born and raised in Massachusetts. She still lives there today with her husband and 3 kids. Getting into the world of romance after she had her first child, she was hooked. Though she had many ideas in her head, Brittany was unsure if she had what it took to become a writer. A few encouraging words and one writing challenge later, she completed her first book. Now you can find her trying to keep up with her crazy kids and writing any chance she gets.