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Publisher's Summary

This is not the typical bad boy meets good girl story.

Logan Martelli is a bad boy. He's handsome, sexy, and knows what he wants. He steals cars. He doesn't do relationships. And he has the hottest green eyes in River Valley.

Maddie Wright is a good girl with a wild streak. She's confident, strong, and goes after whatever or whoever she wants. And Maddie wants Logan Martelli with a passion.

One fateful night brings Logan and Maddie together and electricity sparks between them. Maddie and Logan make a real connection, but when Logan finds out who she is, he wants nothing to do with her. However, he soon realizes he can get the ultimate revenge for his family if he continues to date Maddie. The problem is he's starting to fall for Maddie, and he knows that a relationship will mess up everything.

Logan has to decide if revenge is worth losing his one shot at real love. What price will he pay if he betrays the one woman who may finally see behind his bad boy image?

©2013 J. S. Cooper (P)2013 J. S. Cooper

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Crazy Beautiful Hot Entertainment !

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Crazy Beautiful Love is about the bad boy in town Logan Martelli. He and his family have such a bad reputation in the small town that they live in. Every one thinks that their whole family is just bad. Then walks in or rather runs in Maddie, the mayors daughter. Logan and his family have grown up hating the mayor and his family because of their fathers pasts. But even though he knows he shouldn’t Logan can’t seem to keep himself away from Maddie since he first laid eyes on her. Logan tries countless times to not want to be around her but they are like magnets and keep going back together.Even though this was a stand alone story I cant wait to read the next stories about Logans two brothers, Vincent and Jared. This book was funny, exciting, and very sexy Hot Stuff and the only complaint from me is that i found Maddie's voice very young sounding but Jodie Bentley does an awesome job narrating.

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her voice sucked

literally no offense but she does not sound like a male in no way shape or form literally that performance I could not get past chapter 2 because as I was listening to it I was thinking these were two females flirting with one another then when I realized that shes impersonating the male character it just was a no for me I can't really judge the story because I never really got to the story because of the performance so if this is done by another reader I would like to try to read this again

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Just OK!

This book was just ok for me. Seemed very rushed and on the juvenile side. For a 20 year old and a 25 year old there seemed to be a lot of whining. Seemed like I was reading about teenagers. Just didn't do it for me.

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Logan & Maddie’s Small Town Story Of Revenge!

Logan And Maddie’s Small Town Story About Secrets And Revenge Takes Unexpected Twists And Turns! This is book four in the Seven Nights of Sin series. It was previously known as book one of The Martelli Brothers series. Logan Martelli, twenty-five, is sort of famous in River Valley. His whole family is. Unfortunately, it is for all the wrong reasons. Everybody thinks they know him, know his family. Some of what they same about him is true. Yes, he is handsome. And yes, Logan is a car thief. He started out stealing with his father ten years ago. But his younger brothers, Vincent and Jared, would never live a life of crime if he had any say in the matter. Logan doesn’t want them going to jail. Vincent is working on his associates degree; he hopes to eventually make it through law school so he can make a difference for their family and others. And hopefully Jared will get his act together and go to school, too. In the meantime, it is up to Logan to watch over his brothers and their alcoholic father. For the Martelli reputation, one might think they were rolling in money, but that is far from the truth. With his record, Logan can’t get gainful employment, and Marty has been squeezing him lately, such that even the occasional stolen car leaves their cupboards empty. The stress of keeping his family fed and sheltered and out of trouble weighs on Logan. But when it all gets to feel like too much, he thinks of his mother and how she had taught him to find peace in nature before the cancer took her away. Maddie Wright, twenty, has had a crush on Logan Martelli from afar for years. The only child of the town’s mayor, she had gone away to boarding schools and is currently home for summer break, about to begin her final year of college. She had seen Logan’s picture and fallen for him instantly. She knows of his reputation, but it doesn’t scare her at all. She senses that there is much more to him than meets the eye. He is handsome and can have any girl he wants, but there is nothing wrong with hoping. So when she gets a little inside scoop on him, she doesn’t hesitate to take a chance on love. When he stopped to take a moment at the pier to enjoy the water, Logan hadn’t anticipated that his world was about to change. A girl high-tailing it away from the police catches his attention, and he feels something strange about that crazy beautiful girl. When she later steps into his life, he is certain that she has gone mad. He can’t do relationships and does his best to push her away, but her zany behavior and hopeful persistence wear him down, opening up his heart to the possibility of more. What seems to be the beginning of something wonderful suddenly becomes a nightmare, though, when Logan learns that Maddie is really Maddison Wright, the daughter of Mayor Wright, the man he has long been taught to despise for causing his family’s unfortunate circumstances. Logan and Maddie’s love is definitely crazy. They both enjoy the adrenaline rush that comes with risk of discovery. Their love is beautiful, too, in that their relationship brings with it the opportunity for healing. Yet Logan’s hate and the darkness that comes with a lifetime of living for revenge has left him unprepared for a relationship and quick to revert to his suspicious roots. Secrets abound and allegiances are tested. The couple eventually gets a happy ending. There is an issue which merits mention. With Logan at twenty-five, Vincent at twenty-two, and Jarod twenty-one, it feels unrealistic that that none have been able to get a decent full-time job, even in a small town where everyone knows their reputation. Even Logan might have found employment had he put in enough effort and attempted to give the appearance that he had reformed. Regardless, it is easy enough to imagine that this is true or that the siblings are younger, so it doesn’t ruin the story. Logan and Maddie’s small town story about secrets and revenge takes unexpected twists and turns. The story is nicely written and plot-driven. Logan’s character has depth. The story is written in first person. The POV alternates between Logan and Maddie. I rate this book four stars. As for the Audiobook: it is well-performed and consistent with the book. I received an advance copy of this book and audiobook and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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Opposites attract romance

This is a fun story line. He's that bad boy, she's the good girl. The way that the story turns secrets from the past into current problems seamlessly is crazy fun. What do you do when you fall in love with the enemies daughter, listen and find out. Standalone with no cliffhangers. Jodie did a great job.

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Loved it

I received this book free and I am voluntarily leaving a review. Great storyline and I loved the characters, they were just perfect for one another. The narrators voice kept me awake and interested throughout the whole book so I’m loving audible books!

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good book

this a book of love and what u will to get him to see u and on how to get him to fall in love with u

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They finally get the truth!

Logan Martelli is the oldest of 3 sons in the Martelli family. Logan Jared and Vincent lost their mother when they were young and their father is a sloppy, nasty drunk. He has lived a depressing life and blames his high school friend for betraying him. That high school friend is James Wright who has seemingly lived a charmed life of wealth, influence, power and is now Mayor Wright of River Valley. Logan's father told his children all their lives that the mayor sabotaged him at every turn and kept him from getting a good job so that he was relegated to stealing cars for a living. At the pier in the process of stealing a Toyota, Logan spots a young girl, breaking into a car and he watches in fascination as she takes off running right by him. The girl is Maddie Wright, the mayor's daughter. How ironic that Maddie and Logan should meet that night and, as if fate brought them together, they couldn't fight their attraction for each other if they wanted to. Maddie brings out the best in him, but the bad boy isn't entirely gone. He pulls some pretty nasty "tricks" on her that are hard to forgive. The Martelli boys plan to steal a final car and then call it quits, but it doesn't go as planned. A series of discoveries as to who the people around them really are is a shock for everybody and results in a kidnapping. The resolution of the story is ingenious and I never saw it happening like this! In the end, all the characters get just what they deserve and the Martelli boys finally learn the entire truth about their family. It is a most enjoyable read and the prologue is delightful! The narrator is Jodie Bentley and she does an exceptional job with all of the voices. They are clear, dynamic and full of life!

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Crazy beautiful story

Book 1 in the series. It’s a great story that will have you hooked . It’s about the Martelli Brothers. J.S likes to throw a few twists in her stories and this one was a great one . Lots of levels . You will love both the hero and heroine . Logan and Maddie . Loved how each s$ex didn’t play yo their part . Even though the Logan was a bad boy , He showed parts of being a caring sweet side . And Maddie is a sweet good girl but she has a wild side also . Grab it and see what happens when the two mix together . Great story . Jodie performance was okay . Her voice was clear but it didn’t do the story justice.

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I have fallen in love with the Martelli Brothers

I really enjoyed this story of the town bad boy Logan Martelli. Him and his family have such a bad reputation in town. When Logan meets the mayors daughter Maddie he knows he should stay away from her as his family have hated the Mayor for years but he can't, they are like magnets. There are so many twists and turns with this tale. I wanted to smack their heads together a few times. The narration really brought this book to life but I wish it had dual narrators as it was hard sometimes to tell which character was speaking.