An island vacation at a 5-star resort for her brother's wedding should have been relaxing. But for single mom Lena Oserkowski, it's stress-inducing. As long as she stays away from the water, her biggest fear, it'll be okay, right? Except when her son gets into trouble at the pool, Lena ends up needing her own rescue. To her surprise—and mortification—a gorgeous stranger comes to her aid. Suddenly her trip just got a whole lot more interesting.
Elliot Debusshere is disillusioned with his wealthy playboy lifestyle and wants nothing more than to bring some meaning and purpose to the charity he runs. When he saves a quirky, beautiful woman from a case of heat exhaustion and meets her son, Tyler, he has no idea the answer to his problems might have just fallen in his lap. Literally. But pleasure has a sneaky way of mixing with their business, leaving both dazed and confused. Elliot isn't father material—except the longer he spends with Lena and Tyler, the more he wants to be. Now he just needs to prove it.
Each book in the Crazy Love series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1 Driving Her Crazy
Book #2 Kissing Her Crazy
Book #3 Loving Her Crazy
A fun romance!!!
This is a lite-hearted, fun romance. The characters had amazing and down-to-earth personalities. Well, except for Elliot's parents. They were very wealthy and if you didn't run in there circles, then you just weren't good enough. Elliot seemed extremely immature for most of the story. It was hard to imagine that he was 26 years old. I did appreciate the fact that they didn't immediately fall in love and get married and I did notice how much Elliot had matured by the end of the book. I would love to be able to look into the future of this couple and see where they end up.
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This was a quick, enjoyable read. I liked Ethan and Lena but I didn't really feel their connection to each other. I think if I had read the first book in this series, I would have enjoyed the book more
*This is my voluntary review of a second look copy*