Review: Crazy for Loving You (Bluewater Billionaires) by Pippa Grant 

Crazy for Loving You (Bluewater Billionaires)

Crazy for Loving You

(Bluewater Billionaires)

by Pippa Grant 

Is there anything hotter than a growly, overprotective Marine cradling a baby? My melted ovaries don’t think so.
When you work hard and have the bank account to prove it, you’re entitled to play hard. I’ve seen some crazy things. I’ve caused some crazy scenes. And there’s no shame in my game.

But I’m still knocked off my stilettos when an insane chain of events leads to me inheriting a baby. The craziest part? The baby comes with a by-the-books, no-nonsense retired Marine who’s so regimented that I wouldn’t be surprised if he irons his boxer shorts.

Parenting? Bring it on. I don’t need sleep—I once started my day with business meetings in Cairo and ended it three days later at a club in Melbourne. Changing diapers? Please. It can’t be any more challenging than changing out of Spanx on the back of a moving motorcycle. Training the little guy to run the family’s real estate empire? He’ll be all our bosses by the time he’s four.

But living with my new co-guardian? The gruff, muscled, tattooed former military man who manages to check all my boxes while trying to sneak under my skin?

He needs to go.

Because the longer he stays, the more layers he’s peeling off my heart.

But love isn’t something that’s ever diluted my gene pool, and I like my life just fine without it. I have awesome friends, this adorable baby and an obscene amount of money. Who needs love?

Turns out…maybe me.

Crazy for Loving You is a larger-than life ride through accidental parenthood featuring a fun-loving billionaire playgirl, a crusty Marine with a gooey center, a horny dolphin, the world’s most obscene pool, and all the fun you’d expect from a world built by Lucy Score, Claire Kingsley, Kathryn Nolan, and Pippa Grant.

The Bluewater Billionaires are four shared-world hot romantic comedies written by Lucy Score, Claire Kingsley, Kathryn Nolan, and Pippa Grant. They can all be read as stand-alone novels.

Review:

4 Crazy Stars

Crazy for Loving You is the last book in the Bluewater Billionaires series by a selection of 4 authors. This instalment was written by Pippa Grant.

Daisy appears to be the ultimate party girl, jetting the globe to hang with the stars or getting invited to exclusive clubs. However what people fail to see is the random acts of kindness she does every day. The way she loves and looks after her staff and the countless amount of people she helps. People just see what they want to see.

I’m no scientist, but I have a theory that when you treat people right and care, they’ll bend over backward to do just about anything you ask.

When Daisy’s cousin and her husband are killed in an unfortunate accident, she finds herself a guardian of their son, Remington, who is only a few months old. Her cousin also names a co-guardian, Westley Jaeger. Wesley is a retired marine and a man on a mission to find himself someone to love and start a family before his time runs out.

Love isn’t about blood. And blood isn’t always about love.

As always with Pippa Grant’s books, the characters are so funny, loveable and sweet. Such an amazing cast of secondary characters to make this book great. I highly enjoyed it but there was one little thing that I wasn’t crazy about and that was the way West would talk and have mini conversation’s with this Ding Dong (Anatomy) But don’t let this put you off, it was still a solid 4 star read from me!

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