The Pilot & the Puck-Up by Pippa Grant (Review)


The Pilot & the Puck-Up by Pippa Grant

Romantic Comedy, One-Night Stand, Virgin Romance
February 16, 2018


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About The Pilot and the Puck-Up

He’s the biggest, baddest, most spider-fearing motherpucker on the ice…

When you’re named after the king of the gods, the world expects certain things of you.

Tough? Damn right.

Smart? Don’t let the hockey uniform fool you.

Large and in charge? Honey, I’m the biggest, baddest, mother pucking-est machine to ever own the ice. I shoot. I score. In and out of the rink. I don’t come early, but I come often, if you know what I mean. And I always leave the ladies wanting more.

Until that chick last night.

I’m no one-thrust wonder, and you’re damn right I’m going to prove to her I can do better. But every time I think I’m finally on my way back into her pants, she one-ups and out-balls me.

I should cut my losses, lick my wounds, and walk away.

But Zeus Berger doesn’t walk away from anything.

Especially when she’s the only woman in the world who might be able to handle me.


The Pilot & the Puck-Up is a standalone, one-night stand, virgin romantic comedy that is told in the first-person point of view of Zeus and Joey.

Joey (Josephine, aka Fireball) is a pilot who co-owns her own company, Weightless, with her partner Peach, that takes people on plane rides that allow them to feel like they are in space. She is a no-nonsense, former military woman who is usually thought of as one of the guys. Joey goes to a charity golf tournament to hope to schmooze with the rich and famous with hopes to get them to invest in Weightless. Joey did not expect to have to deal with an ogre in a pink dress that woke up all of her lady parts.

Zeus is a professional hockey player known as The Brute while his twin brother Ares is known as The Force. Zeus is a huge man who is feared on the ice and known as a joker off the ice. Most people take him at face value and women want to be with him because of who he is but when he meets Fireball she changes everything in him. Zeus is determined to spend time with her and every time they seem to get some alone time something goes wrong. Jupiter explodes, a spider hangs from the roof of the golf cart which Zeus sends flying into the lake, etc.

Zeus and Joey were so fun to read about. Their connection and mishaps were so fun to read about. The Pilot & the Puck-Up had everything from laughter to romantic, swoony points. Not many people understood both Zeus and Joey but the understood each other which made them such a great couple to watch grow together. I can not wait to dive into the next Pippa Grant novel to continue following this group of family and friends.



Meet Pippa Grant

Pippa Grant is a USA Today 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.

She believes love, laughter, and bacon are the most powerful forces in the universe. When she’s not writing, she’s raising her three hilariously unpredictable children with her real-life hero.

If you’re looking for more to read, Jamie Farrell is the alter ego for Pippa Grant. She’s the author of the Misfit Brides Series and the Officers’ Ex-Wives’ Club Series.  

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Disclaimer ~ Due to the nature of this novel it is not recommended for people under the age of 18


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