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Some Sort of Happy (Skylar and Sebastian): A Happy Crazy Love Novel by [Harlow, Melanie]
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  • File Size: 1685 KB
  • Print Length: 345 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1517284643
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B015AADCLS
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This was a really enjoyable story of a love constrained by a need to overcome a fear of failing and hurting those closest to us. Meet Sebastian, a lifelong OCD suffer who has struggled throughout his early years and into adulthood with a debilitating condition which has already cost him one relationship, or has it?

I loved the way this book started and the introduction we were given to Skylar. Despite the humour of the situation, it was apparent that Skylar was lost and needed saving but little did she know that the boy who she once knew at school as a hopeless loner, would be the man to help her to towards a brighter future.

After an unexpected meeting, Skylar is immediately attracted to this mysterious man and is surprised when she finds out that this strong and attractive stranger was the boy who was once teased at school. Setting out to find out more about him, she sees that his attraction towards her has been lifelong and yet he still keeps his distance.

Knowing that he must overcome his OCD and push himself to talk to Skylar, Sebastian finds it initially hard to approach her and to simply say ‘Hi’ but when he sees her again in her sister’s cafe, their tentative connection is ignited and they soon start to talk on a more frequent basis.

What Sebastian lacks in communication skills is not mirrored when it comes to sex as Skylar, and us readers alike, soon find out. Boy, that man can use his OCD in ways that would be felt on Mars! With their initial hesitancy long overcome, they set off on a journey of understanding but it's not a journey without its hurdles, as Skylar soon finds out. For every step forward with Sebastian there’s two giant steps back as his condition once again starts to overwhelm him.
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I really liked this book, the first I've read that highlights the likes of OCD with a way to help you understand how serious a condition it is (speaking from experience!) yet incorporate some humour to help ease the tension and stigma yet not make it an offensive joke of it! And to have the starring male not be an overbearing alpha male dominating cliché was also a nice change!!

Skylar and Sebastian - a failed wannabe actress / disgraced reality show small town girl + an OCD genius recluse of a hunk = a story that has you hooked!

Loved it and definitely recommend to others!
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Sweet, frustrating and heart-warming story about a former skinny, anxious kid who grows up totally hot but still anxious, OCD and what happens when he meets his high school crush back in their hometown. Great description of the manifestation of Sebastian's worries and gotta love dethroned Cherry Queen Skylar.
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Loved this book by Melanie and cannot wait to dig into the next one! Loved Sebastian and his ocd ways and can relate to how hard it is. Melanie definitely did it justice and didn't sugarcoat it in anyway!
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WOW!!! I saw Some Sort of Love was 99p so I bought it. Then when I started reading the first page I was like oh oh is this about 3 sisters. So I went and googled it and yup there were two books before that one, starting with this. Skylar and Sebastian's story. I started it as soon as I opened my eyes on Saturday morning and I was finished by lunch time. Skylar was super funny and there were moments where I LOL and then re read the sentence just cause it was so funny. This book has laughter, hot hot scenes and I cried just a lil bit. As soon as I had finished I bought Some Sort of Crazy.
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I seen this book as a recommendation on Facebook and thought I would give it a go. Wow I really enjoyed it. The characters were both really likeable and funny and I can't wait to read more by Melanie.
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I enjoyed this book, it was a pleasant read. Its a short novel took me 2/3 hours to read and it was good. It has a difficult subject, OCD and i felt more could have been written into this when he was "in therapy" it just seemed to be very quick in his getting himself better. Skylar is a lovely character and i really felt for her even tho she was a touch spoilt. Must admit to falling for Sebastian he really came across as a great guy. The story of the disgraced cherry queen and the "Crazy" lawyer was lovely and you wanted these guys to get their act together and get together. Sebastian saw himself as crazy even tho we know Ocd isn't anywhere near crazy HE felt that way. The book was sweet and sexy and i really enjoyed it BUT it didn't pull me in. It was missing some emotional connection in my opinion still a good book just missing something. Also while im nit picking i think it could have been longer, elaborating on Sebastian and his ocd AGAIN that is my opinion. Four sweet n sassy stars
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Some Sort of Happy is some sort of wonderful.

Can I talk to you about Sebastian Pryce? I know, I know I hate to gossip but that beautiful, kind hearted, sexy, misunderstood man has become a favourite. A favourite!

I think I quite like a damaged hero - I mean like Archer (Archer's Voice) and Moses (Law of Moses), where they are judged because they are different. I want to hold their hands. I want to be their cheerleaders. Make others see the good. Make others see they are made of the same stuff.

Sebastian has joined my elite team. I laugh and say I am OCD, but it doesn't control my life. Sebastian lives his life with control then one day, a gray sweater and a crumbling leaf flips his control.

Skylar Nixon wannabe, reality TV star, town reject, ex cherry queen. Isn't she just some thing? I am gossiping again but she is so pretty with her blonde hair and banging body. And the best thing about Skylar, she just gets Sebastian. She really, really does. She takes no prisoners. She loves with passion.

Talking of passion, they love fiercely. Boats. Hammocks. Lofts. Cars. Decks. Beds. Chairs. Walls. Melanie doesn't disappoint.

I loved the flow of this book. Everything is falling to pieces - followed by things are coming together. Then the feeling of the orchestra coming to a crescendo and everyone is beating the drum so hard that the pieces start to fall off. Bit by bit.

The compassion and understanding of extreme OCD in SSOH is tremendous. I applaud Melanie for a job well done. Sebastian's issues are presented in a way that doesn't belittle, but hopes for tolerance.

My favourite quotes in even numbers:

"An eternity passed. Several species of birds went extinct. Continents drifted.
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