Just Maybe

Just Maybe

Crystal Walton / Jul 22, 2019

Just Maybe When a case of mistaken identity spirals into a than complicated pretend relationship an adventure seeker and a grammar fanatic just might ve met each other s match Three weeks That s all the time se

  • Title: Just Maybe
  • Author: Crystal Walton
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  • Page: 271
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  • When a case of mistaken identity spirals into a than complicated pretend relationship, an adventure seeker and a grammar fanatic just might ve met each other s match Three weeks That s all the time self made billionaire Cooper Anderson has to respond to discovering he s a single dad, sell his lake house, and catch a one way ticket across the world The quick wittedWhen a case of mistaken identity spirals into a than complicated pretend relationship, an adventure seeker and a grammar fanatic just might ve met each other s match Three weeks That s all the time self made billionaire Cooper Anderson has to respond to discovering he s a single dad, sell his lake house, and catch a one way ticket across the world The quick witted nanny responding to his ad couldn t be of a life saver and maybe a nice distraction Until the secrets she s hiding get a little too close to exposing his own The one lead guaranteeing Quinn Thompson a promotion just has to land her back in her hometown to finagle an interview out of Mr Elusive, of all people But she can hack it, right Even while mistaken for the nanny, she can keep things quick and professional No running into her embarrassing southern family, no stirring up the wounds that d sent her packing four years ago, and definitely no melting over a stockbroker s unfair dimples and boyish charm Why, oh, why doesn t anything ever go according to plan With both their deadlines closing in before they re ready, Quinn and Cooper must decide whether the life they re set on pursuing alone is worth than the one they could be missing together Download Just Maybe to enjoy a southern sweet romance full of small town laughs, memorable family members, and the heartwarming treasure of second chances Categories Themes Second Chance Romance Sweet Clean Romance Small Town Romance Romantic Comedy Each book in the Home In You Series is a standalone and can be read separately But I recommend reading the books in order if you want to follow the overall timeline Still Falling A Prequel Write Me Home Book One Begin Again Book Two Just Maybe Book Three

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      • Crystal Walton

        Crystal writes modern clean romances with humor, broken characters, and emotional plots full of grace and hope When not working her accounting day job, she s delving into the wonder of words, supporting her Starbucks habit, or laughing over movie quotes singing eighties songs with her husband.Crystal s giving away exclusive bonuses, including A free devotional Bonus scenes from the heart melting stories you love Author giveaways Sneak peeks into upcoming releases Exclusive invites to receive free books, swag, and Visit crystal walton to get your free content.Also, join her on Facebook at facebook crystalwaltonwrites for fun giveaways, chats, and .And be sure to come hang out with fellow fans of modern inspirational romance at facebook groups 1719581438360824


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    1. I loved this book!!! I have enjoyed the other two books in this series but this one is by far my favorite. I felt like I was given a new insight into myself as I read this story. We make plans and expect our lives to go a certain way and then we feel abandon by God when our plans fail. When in reality God has a better plan than anything we could come up with. The love story between Cooper and Quinn was beautiful. The greatest love is when the other person sees who you can truly become and brings [...]


    2. Ooh, I love me a story with a good case of mistaken identity and this one is classic, because not only does Cooper think Quinn is applying to be a nanny, but they somehow find themselves in a relationship of convenience, which makes everything just a little more interesting. And by interesting, I mean the sparks are snapping between the two of them and when you add that to an adorable baby boy, a crazy Southern family, and situations that leave a grin plastered to your face, you get an adorable [...]


    3. I've been reading (and enjoying) Crystal Walton's books from the very beginning and I have to say that I think this book might be my favorite one. I loved it. LOVED. IT.These characters were so well crafted. Each page felt like I was peeling back a layer, getting closer to the soul of who they really are. I loved that. The whole cast of characters were fantastic.Oh, and there were sparks flying around everywhere. The chemistry between Quinn and Cooper is crazy and the butterflies in my tummy wer [...]


    4. Quinn never imagined her career changing story would lead her back to her home town. She's not ready to face her family not yet. Not until she lands her big promotion that will make everyone in her life proud of her. She has failed enough already, she just can't let them down again. She's got this. She has too. There's no other option.Cooper never imagined hearing the words "you're a dad"! Especially not when everything is finally starting to fall into place. He's moving around the world for cry [...]


    5. Every book I read by Crystal Walton becomes my new favorite. Guess what? Just Maybe is my new ‘new favorite’. It’s southern and sassy and SWOONY (whew… read this from safety of your freezer!!). But even more than all of that it’s so tender and sweet, even in unexpected ways.Let’s start with the fun stuff. The chemistry. <> Cooper and Quinn may be opposites in a lot of ways, but boy howdy do they generate some fabulous sparks. Cooper takes Quinn’s quirks and sass – and famil [...]


    6. This story really pulls on the heartstrings. Read full review in the 2018 February issue of InD'tale Magazine.


    7. I love all of Chrystal's books, but I think this one was my favorite!! I loved, loved, loved it!! I didn't know if it could be as good as Ti and Drew's story-but it was just as good (even better)!!! I can't wait until the next one


    8. After I read Drew and Ti’s story, Begin Again, I knew it was going to be a tough act to follow. The banter, the humour, the chemistry, and the growing friendship that taps into the heart and soul of the characters—it was the best of everything I love in a contemporary romance. But it begged the question: Could the next one possibly be as good? I should have known better than to doubt this author. Cooper and Quinn might be totally different characters, but all those same elements are alive an [...]


    9. I read a free Advanced Reader Copy, which I got because I was so impressed by another one of her books that I followed her links to her website (I wanted to know - what kind of person writes such a good book?), and then got the opportunity to join a FB group. This book was as good or better than that other awesome book I read - Begin Again. She writes clean, uplifting stories with a touch of faith. The entertainment factor is tops! The wit displayed between characters keeps me smiling - how does [...]


    10. Full review on Faithfully BookishCooper and Quinn have to choose between the ambition of their own plans and the attraction of a love and life that sounds too good to be true factor in the electrified attraction zinging around these two, her zany southern family, plus countless sweet baby moments and y'all won't be able to put this story down! On the surface, Cooper is everyone's favorite wealthy ladies' man but his genuine heart and driven work ethic make him a real keeper. Quinn is deter [...]


    11. I hate to say to much and spoil the fun of discovering the characters and living their adventure with them. I picked this book to read because I had enjoyed another in this series, but it can stand on its own quite well. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I read it on a flight to California and the hours simply vanished into thin air. I had tears running down my cheaks reading the last words as we touched down at the shear joy of a story well told. I was seated in between two arm rest hogs, with my arms s [...]


    12. Romance, clean, series, stand-alone readCute setting. She has a secret, a loud, loving, Southern Family, and trying not only to keep her job secret from her boss, but her heart safe too.


    13. This book was wonderful! I felt my heartstrings pulled more than once while reading this book! Crystal Walton really drew me in and held my attention from page one.


    14. I laughed and I cried, and then I laughed until I cried! This book is one of the most entertaining stories I’ve read for a while, and I read a lot. Just Maybe is well written with a fairly complex story line, but the wires never get crossed and despite the three week deadline both Cooper and Quinn have hanging over their heads with the multitude of problems facing them, there is never any confusion. This is also one of those books where the reader is drawn into the story and you feel as if you [...]


    15. Just when I thought oh what could possibly top Ti and Drew's story,. Cooper Quinn and baby Brayden came tugging at my heart sleeves like 'oh yeah we got you covered.'As usual with every one of Crystal Walton's books I've read, I laughed, I cried and I had a smile so wide at the end of the book it was obvious I never wanted it to end. This beautiful story about trading fear for love made my heart happy. Sometimes we get so caught up in trying to be the best version of ourselves, trying to be the [...]


    16. I thought Book 2 in the series, Begin Again, would be hard to top, but I think Just Maybe did it! Crystal Walton established Cooper as an entertaining, ridiculously charming and handsome character in the last book, and lets him come into his own here.Quinn is by far my favorite heroine of the series. The girl is a grammar nerd, baker, and wears Fruit of the Loom panties. This is my kind of girl. Smart, determined, and loving, yet a little misguided, you can't help but root for her.The humor real [...]


    17. "Just Maybe" is an amazing story of trading fear for love! Both Cooper and Quinn are hiding and running from past circumstances that have kept them from truly living. The author does a wonderful job of drawing you into their relationship that is filled with humor, admiration, challenges and shared experiences of daily living. I received an Advanced Reader Copy and it was hard to put this book down. I'm so thankful for Crystal Walton's stories in particular this "Home In You" series. Each book fe [...]


    18. This is one of those books you don't want to put down or end! It all started when Cooper's life is turned upside down. He really doesn't know what he's doing and can't believe it's happening NOW! Then in walks Quinn and it twists his world all over the place. This book had so many funny parts and situations, but it also had some deeply touching parts too.I really loved reading this story. We all have times of doubting our worth and what others think of us. Crystal Walton truly has a way of bring [...]


    19. I am never disappointed when reading a book by Crystal. I absolutely LOVED it! It was funny and poignant. There were so many elements to the book to love. The fun part was Quinn's obsessiveness over grammar usage. It was so enlightening. Quinn's father's dementia was so very heartbreaking. We are going through this with my mother in law. Brayden calling Quinn mama for the first time had me in tears! Thanks so much for such a beautiful book! I completely devoured it and did NOT want it to end.


    20. In Just Maybe, the third book in her Home in You series, Ms. Walton has once again written a story that will draw you into the lives of her characters through their struggles, their hopes, and their growth and change throughout the book. Both Quinn and Cooper have some obstacles to overcome in their lives, especially relating to lies they’ve believed about themselves and who they are and the things they believe others think of them. Quinn struggles to find her value, thinking it rests on somet [...]


    21. If I could only pick one thing that Walton does well and sum it up in one word, it would be tension. Of the romantic variety. And I say that because sometimes reading her books goes a little bit like this: Ooh, here we go. This is it! The moment I've been waiting for! These two are finally going to. ugh, nope. Not yet. Dang it! Okay, NOW we're getting somewhere. He's gonna kiss the girl in 3, 2, 1 wellokay, fine. Later's probably better anyway. Author knows best and all that. But, seriously. Are [...]


    22. I have never read a book by Crystal Walton that I didn’t LOVE, and this one did not disappoint! Cooper is a typical bad boy, down to riding his motorcycle and loving adrenaline sports. He has immature tendencies, but is a self-made very rich man. He likes his privacy, avoiding the media at all costs, and plans on moving halfway across the world in three weeks.Quinn is a reporter who is determined to get a story out of Cooper no matter what the cost. Her job is on the line if she doesn’t deli [...]


    23. The beautiful thing about Crystal Walton’s writing is that you can relate so easily to them. They draw you in and you don’t want them to end. They could be real people facing real problems that many of her readers can face. She doesn’t shy away from tough issues and struggles. I think Quinn’s family dynamic is something that a lot of people can relate to, I know I can. From craziness to brokenness, I know I can look at Quinn and easily see myself in her shoes. Cooper captured me from the [...]


    24. What hooked me on this story right off the bat? Quinn is a magazine editor who just can't help herself: she corrects people's grammar under her breath or feels the need to run away when a conversation gets too grammatically off-track. Too funny.Quinn is on assignment to get the dirt on self-made millionaire Cooper Anderson. She wants to succeed with this story, because her job is on the line and she fears her boss, whom she's nicknamed "Cruella." But when she shows up at Cooper's house, she find [...]


    25. will all work out*sigh* that feeling when you get to the end of the book and realize you have to return to real life. Quinn and Cooper are amazingly flawed, broken, and seeking people who are perfect for each other and together. Both having issues with their past, regrets, and deep grief to deal with, they found it easier to see the value in each other but not themselves. And since they couldn't see it, they couldn't believe what the other felt about them was true. How often we don't see our own [...]


    26. Due to a case of mistaken identity, Quinn is allowed into the inner sanctum of Cooper, who does his best to evade reporters.  Not only does she get into his house, she is invited into his life as nanny to Brayden, his baby.This touching story is full of mistaken identity, embarrassing parents, and secrets.  It started out well and continued to hold my interest.Quinn is great fun.  She is bubbly and dances as she bakes.My favorite phrase from the book is "Dancing with the dragonflies".  Just [...]


    27. Just Maybe is a great, clean, contemporary work of fiction. This is the third book in the Home in You series. I saw an underlying theme of redemption in this book. Both Quinn and Cooper have to face redemption in their own lives and I think that they are their own biggest stumbling blocks.Through a misunderstanding, Quinn finds herself in a position to get the story she needs but under false pretenses. Cooper begins to see Quinn as indispensable. Quinn quickly discovers that returning to her hom [...]


    28. Crystal Walton has done it again! You can't help but fall in love with Cooper and Quinn, the two main characters of this heart wrenching/warming story of these two with heavy self-imposed burdens that only the other will be able to lift. Cooper keeps his personal/family life close to his chest and Quinn has her own secrets and regrets she can't let go of. Laugh out loud as you are drawn into the lives of Cooper, Quinn and Brayden and learn of all three of their past. Read how they learn to let g [...]


    29. Determined Self-Sacrifice Thwarted by Unexpected LoveLadies, get ready as author, Crystal Walton, introduces you to a couple of strong and determined characters who exchange some great banter as their lives connect. The North Carolina setting is perfect for the southern family and friends we have the pleasure of meeting. Down-home southern food and accents make you feel like you’re visit’n Grandma’s to chew the fat! But hold on Ms. Walton shares some heart-heavy life-struggles which create [...]


    30. Crystal Walton's characters always feel so real and easily relatable, and this book is no exception. Dementia and Alzheimers have touched my family in the past and the scenes with Quinn's father tugged at my heart. Loved getting to see other characters from the series again and the way both Cooper and Quinn changed over the course of the story as they let go of things they were convinced they had to do to live up to parents' approval and learned what it was they were actually meant to do and be. [...]


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