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.
Pippa Grant is a USA Today and #1 Amazon bestselling author who writes romantic comedies that will make tears run down your leg. When she's not reading, writing or sleeping, she's being crowned employee of the month as a stay-at-home mom and housewife trying to prepare her adorable demon spawn to be productive members of society, all the while fantasizing about long walks on the beach with hot chocolate chip cookies.
Author's note, 1 week before release: I can't believe Daisy and West are finally almost here!! I'm so exciting for the world to meet Daisy and West and Remy, and to visit with Cam and Emily and Luna and their hunky heroes again, and for the next installment of Drag Queen Brunch to be out in the wild. AAahhh!! So soon!!
Author's note, 3 weeks before release: I wish I could be best friends with Daisy. Not because she's rich, but because she's funny and big-hearted and crazy in the best kind of way. Life is NOT boring with Daisy around!! I miss writing her, and I can't wait for her to be out in the world!!
And did I mention I got to listen to Teddy Hamilton and Virginia Rose narrating CRAZY FOR LOVING YOU?! SQUEE!!!! I'm so excited about launch day getting closer!!!
Author's note, 4 weeks before release: Gaahhh!! DAISY!!! I'm so flipping excited about this book, because 1. Daisy - she's amazingly awesome in hilarious, uninhibited ways 2. West, her hero - SWOON!! Hello, growly Marine 3. The two of them... inheriting a baby... together... *evil author cackle* 4. Daisy's Bluewater Billionaire besties... OMG, these ladies are SO FREAKING AWESOME!! And two of their books are already out!!!
Throughout this series Daisy has been the billionaire playgirl frequently jetting off to Europe to have hookups with Spaniards and such. West has had really bad luck with women especially single mothers so he's very cautious about getting involved with Daisy The premise is a bit ridiculous as Daisy's horrible cousin and her husband die and leave custody to Daisy and West(a man they barely knew) The thing for me with this author's books is that the humor is funny for a while then it gets tedious, repetitive and boring. I made it to 60% before I couldn't take it anymore and skimmed( more like flipped) straight to the end. I had wondered if Daisy's powerful grandmother had actually engineered the custody arrangement but not even that curiosity could make me finish this book Unfortunately this didn't work for ME
Dnf @ 25%. I tried but I couldn’t connect with this story. Daisey’s character was not similar with the one from the first two books of the series I had read. It was a little tiring that almost everything in her property had a “D” shape, looked like she lacked smartness, and then there was West talking to his balls most of the time! The line of my patience was crossed. 🙄
I really enjoyed this story, especially the second half. The characters were funny, loveable and sweet. There was only one thing that annoyed the crapper out of me...West had numerous conversations with a certain part of his anatomy. Once, I can forgive, two billion (slight exaggeration), not so much.
Besides the above, I liked this authors voice. Her humour appealed to me and there were quite a few lol moments. The intimate scenes were HOT without being OTT and The storyline was entertaining and kept my attention from start to finish.
I'm sad the series is over, but I'm glad to have experienced some new authors to me. I will definitely be interested in more of their work in the future.
What an epic finale to the phenomenal Bluewater Billionaires series! In this 4th book, that can be absolutely read as a standalone, we finally get to see the daily life of Daisy as she runs the family real estate empire. To most, Daisy appears to be the ultimate party girl, jetting the globe, partying with royalty and Hollywood legends in the world’s most exclusive clubs and destinations. What everyone fails to see is the caring generous side of Daisy, that shows in the interactions with her staff, the random acts of kindness she delivers every day and countless people she helps on a daily basis. When Daisy’s cousin and her husband are killed in an unfortunate accident, she finds herself a guardian of their infant son, Remington. To everybody’s shock, her cousin also names a co-guardian, one Westley Jaeger, retired marine and a man on a mission to find himself someone to love and start a family. In true Pippa Grant fashion, hilarious laugh out loud shenanigans ensue as Remy’s grandparents try to gain custody and access to his inheritance. We get to visit with our favorite Bluewater residents and catch up with characters from Pippa’s other worlds, as they intermingle with Daisy’s and West’s lives in Miami. To present unified front, West moves in with Daisy, so they can prove that Remy’s best chance at happy upbringing lies with them; and it is in his best interest to remain in Daisy’s and West’s custody. Remy is the sweetest baby and there are so many tender moments we witness as West is getting to know him and caring for him with all of his heart. As Daisy and West fall in love with Remington and his adorable baby ways, they also find themselves falling for each other. This book has it all, love, intrigue, steam, swoon, crazy relatives, demonic family members as well as a menage of animal species roaming through the neighborhood and wrecking havoc on everyone’s day. If you enjoy romcoms, you definitely don’t want to miss this gem of a book!
This is fourth in one of those shared-world series where a group of authors build interrelated stories. And I just wasn't interested in any of the others, mostly because they had obvious suspense elements and those give me heartburn. The three couples from those other books pop in and out of this one frequently like little dancing marionettes and the hot badboys give the obligatory threat/bro-nod to West. But I didn't feel left out or anything and having those strong friendships for Daisy was actually pretty sweet.
This is obviously a wish-fulfillment fantasy romance and one aimed at a specific romance niche gender-bending the expectations a bit. And it worked very well, mostly. I wish it hadn't bowed quite so low to one of my least-favorite romance tropes, but I'll get there.
The capable retired marine who is all caring heart and nurturing father figure looking for an outlet for his love and attachment that is West is exactly my jam so there was never any chance I wouldn't engage with this story. He has his insecurities and emotional scars, but those just made him more real and more engaging. I attached to him hard and that never faded.
Daisy was equally engaging in her own way. I loved her kindness and toughness and determination to make other people happy. I loved that she raised her own spirits by engineering a little joy for strangers anonymously. Her self-hate was old the first time it appeared on page and her rather determined emotional isolation doesn't make much sense if you scrutinize it at all. But overall she was a bundle of fun and I loved how she loved with all her heart.
Unfortunately, that self-hate manifest in the worst possible trope, the dark moment. And worse, still, it had the unilateral decision enhancer of "doing it for your own good" that I find a betrayal of love/trust and that comes off as mostly immature. I knew I was in trouble when we got to the 80% mark and they were in love and everything was comfortably settled as far as I was concerned and it turns out my concern was for cause.
That said, at least the reconciliation was based on genuine forgiveness and catharsis rather than grand gestures or anything superficial. Even better that . That was such a sweet moment that it nearly made up . . . nope. sorry. Didn't at all make up for anything, and that dark moment is still tacked-on and silly.
This was headed for a solid four stars with upward momentum. Daisy is a bit too easy going and their surrounding community a bit too idealized to take seriously to get to the very top ratings, but I was really loving it. But that artificial-feeling dark moment brought it down a full star to three.
Oh! And if you're wondering, there is a minor actiony moment but nothing that comes even close to a suspense storyline and that was really perfect, too. Plus, it gave an opportunity for West and the other significant bros to go do some seriously awesome skulking, plotting, and general badassery. That was a formidable team and if that was payoff for things setup in the other stories all I can say is it paid of beautifully.
A note about Steamy: There are three or so explicit sex scenes putting this in the middle of my steam tolerance. Frankly, they really fit well with the emotional intimacy of the characters and were very well-done. So kudos on that score.
An amazing series finale! This book, this series! The Bluewater Billionaires captured my imagination and my heart. Throughout the series we’ve witnessed the antics of the larger than life Daisy, but those shenanigans are only what Daisy allows people to see, even her closest friends don’t have access to her inner sanctum. No one does. Until retired Marine Westley Jaeger arrives on the scene as co-guardian of Daisy’s deceased cousin’s infant. Daisy desperately needs West’s baby wrangling skills. And West needs, well, you’ll find out what West needs. This book has a big heart, almost as big as Daisy’s! I loved every minute of it! West and Daisy might be my favorite book couple ever!
This is one of those times I'm actually glad I'm an idiot. I read the blurb for this book and got super excited and didn't realise it was part of a series. And I am glad I didn't or I would have waited to read them first and never gotten to this one.
Daisy was so much more than the shallow, air headed socialite I expected. And West was well West was an insanely hot, possessive, growly, sweet ex marine holding a baby. And he was just so amazing I loved him from the start.
The whole book was so much more than I expected while still being laugh out loud funny. I really couldn't put it down, between the 3 legged alligator, the swearing parrot and the penis artwork there was a great story full of emotions and chemistry and just all around awesomeness.
I loved that every single thing was tied up so perfectly. And I am really looking forward to binge reading the rest of the vagillionaires stories and spending more time in Bluewater.
Disclaimer - I’m on a mission at the moment to find new, amazing books to add to my bookshelves. So my tolerance for books I’m not immediately sucked into is pretty low. I’m looking for engaging writing, well-developed characters, and engrossing plot lines.
Really liked the first two in this series, but not the third.
This one I think, maybe tried a little too hard to be humorous. Also, Westley is forty, but his internal monologue sounded twenty - I mean, he conversed with his balls/nuts which is a bit too childish for me.
But I don’t know, maybe I just wasn’t in the mood for this.
Crazy Daisy Carter-Kincaid, the party girl heiress to a real estate empire, is up for any challenge. Westley Jaeger is the neat and tidy, play by the rules, retired marine who just wants a normal life. When these two become the co-guardians of 2 month old Remington their worlds collide in the best of ways. I loved getting the behind the scenes look at the real Daisy. Her heart is so big and she's just clamoring to be loved. West's sense of humor was so refreshing and cemented him as one of my favorites in the Bluewater Billionaire series. Their shared love of Remy just melted my heart. Pippa has a wonderful way of showing how empowered women really are and Daisy was no exception. I enjoyed the quest appearances of a few beloved hockey players and West's wacky sisters. Plus we get to revisit Emily, Cameron and Luna and their beaus. This was a fantastic way to end the series.
The final Bluewater Billionaires book! I’m sorry the series is over, but Crazy for Loving You is such a wonderful way to finish! We finally have Daisy’s story, and it’s a sad/happy kind of story. Daisy is named baby Remington’s guardian by her cousin’s will along with West, a retired Marine with a contractor business. West did some work for Daisy’s cousin, but I twon’t spoil the reasons behind West being named Remy’s guardian. These two are thrown together caring for, and falling in love with 2 month old Remy. I enjoyed West and Daisy together, and the realization in Daisy’s mind that she is an amazing human being. Throw in some super cool easter eggs and you have a great way to spend a rainy afternoon! Honestly my heart just melted with these two. (BTW, my belief of ball pits is now confirmed)
Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do. I'm half crazy all for the love of you. AND IT'S TRUE. I ADORE Daisy. She's quirky and funny, and nutty but she's also loyal, and smart and badass and PERFECT for West. And growly, military man West is perfect for her too.
Who does this? Who pairs a carefree, partying, playgirl heiress with a tough, responsible, stolid ex-Marine and binds them together through an orphaned baby? Grant does, and she has bested her best with Daisy and West's story. It is undeniably outrageous, side-splittingly hilarious and ridiculously entertaining, but it’s also achingly tender, sweetly poignant and filled with so much heart I thought my own would burst. With her quick wit, clever turn of phrase and gift for evoking every emotion possible from a reader, Grant puts the perfect heart-shaped exclamation point at the end of a phenomenal romantic comedy series.
This is one of those books that I could rave about all day and into next month because it's just that good! Its fresh, unique premise and perfectly paced storyline will make this one impossible to put down. Then there are the two main characters. Oh, my heart, Daisy and West have burrowed so deep inside, I'm afraid they're permanent fixtures. Both have layer upon layer that Grant expertly peels back to reveal such a beguiling vulnerability and endearing flaws that I wanted to wrap them both up in my arms and hold them forever.
And I would be remiss to not speak to Grant's unbelievable wordsmithing skills. It’s as if the writing god’s have kissed her keyboard so it creates magic. Never before have I been treated to such brilliant, outrageous, ridiculous, rib-tickling, unpredictable, smoking hot, and overflowing-with-heart writing, and all in the same scene!! My emotions were pinballing all over the place, and I delighted in every breathless, unexpected, wonderful second!
Blessed with the comedic timing of Carol Burnett and a gift for subjecting the reader’s emotions to her every whim, this queen of romantic comedies delivers a riotous, unorthodox, moving and magnificent read that will change your life forever. Okay, maybe not quite to that extreme, but this is one you really don’t want to miss! So get your 1-Click finger ready, annnnd, GO!
Sometimes while I’m reading a book certain songs will pop into my head. Two songs that kept coming back to me were: “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” by Queen and Crazy by Patsy Kline. Seriously when you read this book look up the lyrics (especially Crazy Little Thing Called Love) and when you’re finished you’ll see what I’m talking about. In my mind I can imagine Wes and Daisy singing them both to themselves. Both songs fit many occasions in this story.
This story starts out a little crazy. Daisy is a freewheeling, party girl, who’s heart is bigger than the ocean. Just like the ocean she can’t be contained. She’s like the wind (another good song that could fit). Daisy is all over the place. People think she’s funny, high spirited, bizarre. That’s all people see. The thing about this is when you see people like this they’re usually hiding something, trying hard to make people like them. Think about comedians. Not all, but many, have said they just wanted to be noticed and make people laugh not at them but with them. Now we have Wes, a straight laced, gruff, muscled up, marine. He’s had his share of misfortunes and is looking to live his life in pretty normal manner. He knows what he wants (or so he thinks) and he knows what he doesn’t want . Through a bizarre situation these two are thrown together. Cue the music cause the craziness starts to ensue. During the course of this story things become a lot clearer. I didn’t say easier, just clearer. Sometimes when we see people, anyone, we are only seeing what they want us to see. Letting us in on the parts they only want us to know. Things aren’t always as they appear.
If you’ve read any of the other Bluewater Billionaire stories you won’t be disappointed because all of our favorite characters have reoccurring parts. Don’t worry it is a standalone but seriously why wouldn’t you read the others. Quadruple your enjoyment.
As crazy as this story is there’s a lot of depth to it. That you’ll discover along the way. As Freddie Mercury says, “This thing called love, I just can’t handle it. This thing called love, I must get around to it. I ain’t ready. Crazy little thing called love”. Here’s the thing, when is anybody ever ready? To the author I say, I’m crazy for trying....and I’m crazy for loving your books but in the best way!
Crazy for Loving You by Pippa Grant “Sudden parenthood, 5 stars”
Daisy works hard and plays just as hard. Unfortunately for her the tabloids don’t see the good things she does. They just see a heiress who is always on the move. When her cousin dies she figured it would be business as normal, until her grandmother informs her she is now the guardian to her cousins baby. To make matters more interesting she shares custody with a stranger. Will she be able to step up and be everything the baby needs or will she walk away without trying? West is newly retired from the military and trying to figure out the next phase in life. What he didn’t expect was to be summoned to Daisy Carter-Kincaid’s home, a woman he’s never met. When the lawyer drops a bomb on him that he now shares custody of a random child with Daisy he thinks someone is pulling a prank on him. But one thing is for sure, West isn’t the type to walk away and if he’s learned anything since meeting these two its that they both need him. The question is will the lines blur or will he be able to not become attached? I try to read Grant during the day and finish before bed. Because I have woken my husband up a time or two in the middle of the night from shaking the bed with laughter. Well let’s just say I ending up reading Crazy for Loving You in bed and I don’t regret it. Daisy and West were amazingly good people on different levels. I loved how they interacted, the banter, and the genuine love they had for a baby who wasn’t either of theirs. Then you have Daisy’s girlfriends and their men. You have West’s family (He’s the oldest of six and has four sisters) who played in perfectly. I wish this wasn’t the end of the Bluewater Billionaires series but it went out with a bang. I loved it and I hope you do too. Plot-5/5 Characters-5/5 Heat-5/5 Writing style-5/5 Overall-5/5
I've loved all the Bluewater Billionaire books, so I couldn't wait to read the final one. And boy, was it worth it. Full of laughs, tears and ovary-exploding scenes, this book beautifully closes the chapter on my favorite billionaires. In this book, we get a better sense of Daisy, the fun loving, jet setting billionaire whose cousin's unfortunate demise results in her being a co-parent to Remy, an adorable addition to the group. The other co-parent? West Jaeger, aka brother to Tyler Jaeger of the Thruster hockey team fame. Daisy is the fun, irreverent one while West is the serious, relationship seeking one. Both are worried about losing their hearts so how do they overcome their fears?
I loved seeing Daisy's many layers- she's a complicated character that seems like she's only in it for fun but if you peel back her layers, she's so much more. West is the steadfast man who everyone wants on his/her side because honor and loyalty aren't just words to him- he lives these characteristics. The supportive characters in this book are just amazing, whether they are providing laughs (West's family is a hoot and we get surprise visits from dearly loved characters from Pippa Grant's other books) or tears (the unwavering support from her best friends and their boyfriends made me so teary eyed). There was even some suspense making this a well-rounded story.
This series showcases the love between friends who are true sisters forever. It shows that you can choose your family and this family of female billionaires (and their men) is one that I wish, just wish, I was able to really meet and be a part of. (Read the series, I bet you will too!) Expect unbelievably lovely characters, laugh out loud situations, funny animals galore. This is one of my favorite series.
I couldn’t possibly love this book more! West and Daisy are absolute perfection. Being back in Bluewater feels like a huge perfect hug. I’ve loved all of these characters, but I was definitely most surprised by Daisy. While she is the fun loving character we’ve seen throughout this series, she is also so much more!
I absolutely loved that both of these characters had walls and obstacles to overcome. They had to learn to trust and scale them together. I loved the way the story progressed as they each peeled back layer after layer of one another getting to the heart of who they really were. And when we really got a glimpse of who they were, I was in love. I loved Daisy’s vulnerability and passion for making things different for both herself and this tiny baby she’s been entrusted with. And West. He’s seriously one big bottle of swoon. He loves with abandon even when he’s trying not to and has a heart of pure gold. He’s also passionate and melt your Kindle hot. They are the perfect balance for one another. Daisy makes life light and passionate while West provides the stability she has never known.
The writing in this book is excellent. I absolutely loved the way the story progressed and built over time. There was the perfect build to their passion that had me on the edge of my seat yelling, “KISS HER!” But, while they waited, the tension had a perfect build, and we learned so much about them as they discovered so much about each other. Everything about this was perfectly executed.
This whole series is an absolute must read. I have loved each and every one of them from beginning to end. While they can each be read as complete standalones, it has been fun to read them in order and see how this group of friends has evolved over time.
I didn’t get very far. So, this is a note to self…
He has convos with his own dick. His “I’ll settle” attitude with the lady in the beginning was a turn off. That he invested years with another woman who had kids was also a big turn off. What’s supposed to make this story any different? He’s a settler~
She is typical rich, self-absorbed, catty chick, and the adopt a baby theme didn’t change her in my eyes. If anything, ignoring a crying, wet, traumatized infant while an unknown man takes care of it…. Well, that kinda settled this for me as a no-go.
Reminded me of the movie “Life As We Know It,” but without the grounding in reality or likable characters. The child’s parents didn’t even know the MMC. So, why would they make him the child’s co-guardian? Didn’t make it far enough to see if that was answered, but I can’t think of a single plausible explanation.
Thank you Give Me Books for a complimentary copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own.
Crazy For Loving You By: Pippa Grant
*REVIEW* 📚📚📚📚 Crazy For Loving You is my second Bluewater Bay Billionaires read, and I loved it. Daisy is a fun party girl, but she works hard, too. She is also selfless, kind and giving. To her surprise, Daisy inherits a baby, Remy, after the death of her cousin. Daisy gets another surprise in a stoic former Marine named West. Turns out, West will be Remy' s other inherited parent. I can't even imagine being in this situation! Daisy is certain she doesn't need West in her life. West is certain his place is with Remy and Daisy. As they learn the baby basics, these two learn a lot about themselves, too. Life has a funny way of working out, and what you don't want is sometimes exactly what you need. This story is fun, charming, engaging and a delight to read. I enjoyed everything about it, and I highly recommend for romcom lovers.
What a delightful end to the Bluewater Billionaire series! All four of the books flip the usual trope of the Billionaire boss by casting the female protagonists as the Billionaires. In this book Daisy Imogen Carter-Kincade (great initials) is the Billionaire running her family’s real estate business. She is the ultimate party girl, but underneath she is all heart. When her dreadful cousins die, the leave their newborn son, Remy, with her and Westen Jaeger. Westen has just retired from the Marines and wants to settle down. He is a great guy, but he has the worst luck in the romance department. He never expected that the woman who rated him a one star for his remodel of her nursery would name him as her child’s guardian. When the evil grandparents try to contest the will, they have to work together to keep Rémy safe. This book has all of Pippa Grant’s zaniness and incorporates characters from her other book series. If you like steamy, laugh out loud RomComs, this book is for you. I received an. ARC of this book from the author for my honest review.
Crazy for Loving You is the fourth and final book in the Bluewater Billionaires series. It can be read just fine as a stand-alone, but I recommend reading the books in order for maximum enjoyment.
I just knew there was more to Daisy Carter-Kincaid than the heiress party-girl that she portrayed in the previous books. When she inherits her cousin's baby, she can't hide her big heart any longer. She and Westley Jaegar, who was named as co-parent to baby Remy, are perfect for each other. There was a physical attraction right from the start, but as they face the crazy ride of parenthood while trying to fight off the people that threaten to remove Remy from their care, they find that there is more than just that physical pull. "This is more. He's not asking for just my body. He's asking for me."
This story is full of heart, love, friendship and learning to trust. Of course, this is by Pippa Grant so you know you'll be laughing out loud at times. I also found myself shedding a few tears as I read. West was absolutely swoon-worthy. His romance with Daisy was a slow-burn but it was a steamy one! The family aspect of this book was one of my favorite parts. West's family was hilarious. The vagillionaires once again show that they have each other's backs no matter what and their significant others step right into the role of family seamlessly. I'm so sad to say goodbye to these characters but this was an excellent ending.
This billionaire, single dad, inherited baby romance is the fourth book in the Bluewater Billionaire series and can be read as a standalone. West and Daisy seem to be an unlikely pair but they each offer the other something that is missing from their life. West has recently retired from the marines and he definitely needs some love and some fun in his life. Daisy needs West's help when they inherit a baby together and he offers her something she did not know she needed: unconditional love. Together they work through their differences and some scorching chemistry as they both fall head over heels with baby Remy and each other. I appreciated all the new parent feels that each of them experience including feelings of inadequacy, fear of failure, unfathomable love for a helpless being, and the unavoidable sleep deprivation. I loved Daisy's sharp sense of humor and West's steady, strong, presence. I really enjoyed the play on names relating to the Princess Bride: instead of Westley and Buttercup we get Westley and Daisy. This Westley also shares a heroic heart and a wicked sense of humor in his peasant self as he rescues his Princess valiantly several times throughout the story. My geek self just loved this. This book has all the things you expect from a Pippa Grant book and I cheered when these two got their HEA.
I really enjoyed this series and the way the billionaire trope gave all the power to the heroine. I loved how the heroes were all men in their late 30's and 40's who had maturity, strength and character to be with powerful, successful women without feeling the need to tear them down in order to build themselves up. I loved how they recognized the women's strength and it was something that attracted them instead of something that scared them away. As a side note I loved the Drag Queen Brunch with the romance authors. It was a twist I've never seen in another book or series and I found the peek into how authors relate very insightful and entertaining. Thank you, ladies for an awesome series full of fun, friendship, humor, and steam.
#Reread #Audiobook Just finished listening to the audiobook of this wonderful story. Teddy Hamilton and Virginia Rose are perfection as West and Daisy. The dual alternating narration felt fluid and both narrators did an excellent job with both characters. I really cannot imagine how this could have been any better.
This has been an amazing series, and this was the perfect ending. Everyone thinks Daisy is just a party girl, but that’s what she wants people to see. I’m so glad West takes the time to really see her. Both aren’t doing the love thing for completely different reasons. Daisy’s family is just screwed up, West has been hurt by it. The one thing that neither of them counted on was an inheritance bringing them together. Daisy needs some structure, and West needs some fun. I’ll also note that they have one of my favorite meet cutes ever. Also one of the best funeral scenes. Yes, I said funeral. The running commentary of a body part is hilarious. Don’t just read this one. Read all four.
Pippa Grant puts her quirky stamp on Daisy in Crazy For Loving You, one of the Bluewater Billionaire books.
There is something so funny about quirky, free-spirited Daisy and gruff, no-nonsense Marine West. Thanks to their attempts at co-parenting baby Remington (Remy), this book is full of craziness, laugh-out-loud moments... and lots of family dysfunction. And as much as they get off on the wrong foot, it's sweet to see Daisy and West fall in love with one another as they fall in love with baby Remy.
This series collaboration from four authors has been a delight to read! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
I absolutely loved this book! Daisy, West & little Remy were everything I wanted & more! I have enjoyed each of the Bluewater Billionaires books for their own special characters, storylines & amazing authors, but this one.... exceeded all my expectations!
When you expect over the top and get nothing but depth and sweetness.
Daisy has been shown to be the eccentric, take-no-names, outgoing billionaire of Bluewater. And she certainly is that. Nothing can change that, not even inheriting a helpless little baby. But maybe the stoic and utterly handsome ex-military guy just might.
Pippa Grant starts out with a ridiculous story, and turns it into so so much more. These two go on a journey of discovery, having to open up to others and not hide behind their impeccable mask. And letting others see and judge us is not at all easy. It's hard, and it's work. Embracing that and each other is the way forward.
From party girl and stoic, super safe military guy, these two develop in the best possible ways, and Pippa Grant does the most fabulous things to bring this story to life.