Here’s what I liked:
And now for my gripes:
So, long-story-short, I’ve read worse, but I’ve read better, too. I probably would’ve LOVED it if the heroine had been 19 and the hero would’ve been less of a stick-up-butt type. (And maybe the hero could’ve been younger, too, because a 44-year-old falling for the 19-year-old nanny would’ve been kinda gross.)
Does this book contribute to or help crush the romance stigma?
It’s a little stigma-y, but not too bad. I’m betting a 30-day stint in rehab would clean it up nicely.
Other reading suggestions
If you’re looking for a good nanny-falls-for-hot-brooding-single-dad romance, try Kendall Ryan’s The House Mate.
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