He needs a nanny.
She needs a job.
Hoping to open a clothing boutique in her hometown, Kate Aarons is ready for the next phase of her life. Before she can set her dreams in motion, she needs a job to get her shop up and running.
Tired of his ex’s unpredictable and transient lifestyle, single father, Elliot Peters, wants to give his twin daughters a stable life. Going from sometime dad to full-time dad is harder than he expected. But sweet, sexy Kate could be the answer he needs.
Working for Elliot proves to be the perfect situation. But when sparks fly between them, Kate worries about finding her place in a ready-made family. Can Elliott convince Kate that forever started the second he fell for her?
You may not always end up where you thought you were going. But you will always end up where you are meant to be. –Unknown-
This is a sweet read filled with Christmas spirit and the joy of the more important things in life. About finding out what you really want and going for it.
Kate is moving back to Angel Lake from New York she is homesick and misses her life and her family. There is a problem with her flight so her sister Lucy manages to hook Kate up with a ride home from Wisconsin enter Elliott the hot Dad of adorable twins.
Elliott has once again had to drive to Wisconsin at the drop of a hat to pick his kids as their Mum just up and left with them. He can’t keep on doing this to his kids and has some tough choices to make.
His bright light at the moment is Kate, the woman that he has always been attracted to and vice versa. But over the years it was always wrong place, wrong time until now.
Kate has always found Elliott attractive but is unsure about how things are running for her at the moment. She needs a job and a place to stay, he needs a nanny so they have the perfect solution that is if they weren’t so attracted to one another that is.
Turns out the worst choice is actually the best choice for both of them.
When I requested this book I didn’t actually see that it was a Christmas romance. I read Nanny and single father and clicked it so fast I didn’t read the rest.
Turns out as I mentioned above that this is a Christmas read and it is a sweet and adorable read. It’s not overly sickening like most books with this particularly season. So I can only recommend this book to all of you.