My rating: 5 of 5 stars
When Anne first gave me this book to read, I instantaneously fell in love. It started off all medical like, and in a hospital, and a musician, a big protective family, I just could not put it down. It was like no other book I had ever read, it had so much going for it.
Paisley and her beautiful violet hair, and her siblings who have names that all start with the letter P. Her brothers, who are all so protective. And Paisley’s current, but not for long: boyfriend: Henry.
I cannot help but love when Paisley catches the soon to be ex-boyfriend Henry in bed with ‘Hagatha’ um—I mean Agatha. I laughed so hard. And then, she takes his Hospital over coat, that has his phone in it, into the clothes chute. No one at the hospital can now reach him. Because of this stunt, sadly, Paisley, ends up reprimanded, and then fired.
Fortunately, she has money put away for a planned vacation, which she can now, not take.
To Paisley’s advantage, she has made an impression on the pregnant patient who is carrying Tate’s baby, and told to stay off her feet. She felt comfortable around Paisley. And because they already have one child, they feel that Paisley would be a perfect fit. And when a woman is pregnant, you try and keep her happy.
Jake Whalen is a member of the band, and he just seems to be toying with her emotions. And she is just not sure what it is he truly wants. She thinks she loves him, and she wants him to love her, and she can’t help herself when she is around him. She just melts, and cooperates with his every whim, even when she doesn’t want to.
Her brothers protest their relationship, but eventually they grow to liking him, and even get involved in the band themselves. Coop and Tate try to give Paisley their advice, and even try to talk some sense into Jake.
Eventually Jake is convinced he is truly in love with Paisley Shaw, and he wants to treat her as his queen. He wants to give her a night out on the town. He takes her on the plane, and attempts to sexually appease her needs on the plane, and because she is in fear, as to what could happen when ever they get where they are going, Paisley gets sick. Jake assures her, she has nothing to worry about. Paisley calms down, and the night continues, into complete and utter greatness…..
This is a beautiful and astounding five star book. I enjoyed this book, I laughed and I yelled a few times, and I even melted. There was so much happening in this book, I was completely entertained. And then the end of the book just made it even better. I loved every minute of this book, “Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing” is worth reading over and over again! I loved it, and I loved being introduced to Miss Berkeley as well! She truly loves to keep the reader on the edge of their seats wanting and needing more! She is an excellent writer!
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