Job satisfaction has taken on a whole new meaning.
When I lied on my resume, I didn’t expect it to matter.
I mean any child would love me; I was born to be a nanny.
I applied for a position working for a woman, or so I thought.
But Julian Masters is definitely all man…the kind you dream of licking chocolate from.
The first day was bad. The kids were the spawn of the devil and I spied through a window and caught him doing something obscene…. and equally fascinating.
The second day was worse, he caught me snooping in his bathroom cabinet in my skimpy pyjamas and all hell broke loose.
On the third day, I ran over him in a golf cart.
And by day four I had decided that I wanted that chocolate…all of it.
But intelligent, widowed Judges don’t fall for ditzy nannies.
Or do they?
Where to begin..... Brielle is a free-spirited Australian on a work visa in England to be a nanny for Julian who is an angsty widower who also happens to be a rich judge. Do you see where this is going? It is a HEA but that's all I'll say so I don't spoil it for anyone else.
With that said, I was very off-put by Julian's character at first and loved Brielle. Then the sides kind of switched on me part of the way through the book. Julian's character got more likable while Bree went a little off the rails for me. I loved the addition of the kids and the interaction with Bree and Julian throughout the book. It was very genuine. So you see, it all worked out because that's what a good book is supposed to do. It makes you become invested in the story and have emotions about the characters. The only thing I have to criticize is that the story wrapped up super quickly towards the end which was a change from the rest of the book.
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