- File Size: 2516 KB
- Print Length: 210 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1481242873
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sweet Baby Girl Entertainment (November 30, 2013)
- Publication Date: November 30, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AKHCU0Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,799 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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So now let's get to what this story reminded me of because there's a lot of different portions of this book where I was completely and utterly confused. If you watch the movie Something New, watch it is simply amazing and it's a cute romantic love story, then you would understand what I mean. Barbara, Tiana's mother, reminds me of the main character's mother. She has this idea of what her daughter should be and it just seems as though she does not understand that appearances does not mean that people respect her. Also what Tiana has to do with her husband, Christopher, and his little indiscretions and his drug uses remind me of Khloe and Lamar, the Kardashian drama, because of how the whole entire situation in the pairing. She ends up bringing back this useless individual because of issues that occurred with him and completely forgot said she found a person who loves her and her child but she thinks that she is doing right by 'taking care of him' and giving him another chance. 😒 Tiana's friends are just like the main character in Something New by letting her know that what she wants is to be truly happy and not let her mother discourage her into thinking that she needs to be happy with this perfect guy who is on the same level as her.
There was just a lot of similarities between these two things that I just felt as the author just sat down at her computer and thought "I need to write a book I just watch this movie and I just watch Keeping Up with the Kardashians and I think I should just mix all of that together and see what I come up with". I personally enjoyed this book but it just really reminded me of all of these things. I do really enjoy Kieran's family and I really enjoyed the epilogue Of the story.
One of the main issues that I had was that the transitions were really choppy. There were flashback scenes but if you're not paying attention you don't realize that it's a flashback scene until the end. There was no segmentation letting me know that this is what's going to happen until you're sitting there reading and you think you yourself what is going on, what is truly happening and then you realize that either the character is reminiscing about a past experience or fantasizing about what they want. The editing needed a lot more work and since this is an older story the author had plenty of time to clean up the editing mistakes. I do understand this is an independent author but the transitions could be smoother since she has a lot of stories that she's written.
The Nanny is a fun IR story featuring Kieran and Tiana. Tiana is a wealthy investment banker with her own firm and Kieran owns his own childcare center and is now the new nanny to Tiana's son. Tiana is going through a divorce after finding her husband in bed with the last nanny. The sparks fly when these two are on the scene. Kieran teaches her how to relax, be herself, have fun, make love without restrictions and let herself be loved. I swooned a few times when he teaches her how to give herself up to his teachings in the bedroom.
I like that Kieran treats Tiana's son as his own and not a "job".
The story-line was cute and I enjoyed role reversal with the nanny being the man. So my major problem with this story is the editing. This is a full length story and the story flows well for 90% of the book. 10% of the book had editing problems. As a result,it slowed the pace when these pesky things appeared as I had to go back and re-read the sentence. Also,
recognized this cover as I have it on a number of books, it is way over utilized (small thing).
This is the first book in the series of the D'Amato men. The storytelling was rich enough that I would read the next book in the series. Overall good story with great character development and strong secondary characters you can continue to root for in the series to come. I am looking forward to hearing more about these brothers.
Tiana was recently divorced from her ex husband, Christopher and she needed help with her son because Christopher was an absentee father. When they were married Christopher cheated on Tiana, they had paternity scares, and she caught him in the act of cheating. On top of that he only really wanted money from her.
Kieran endears himself to Tiana and they start dating. He treats her nice and they both claim to fall in love. They frequently have hot passionate love sessions.
Then there is a cliff hanger, Christopher overdoses and asks Tiana to take him back and this fool agrees. She dumps Kieran, the best man she's ever dated for her no good, non supportive ex husband. Her thoughts were her son needed his father. The book doesn't show that he ever was a real father or a faithful husband, so it makes no sense that she go back to him! I was really liking the book up until this point. I was like, WTH, just happened!!!
Kieran moves away and then Tiana has an epiphany, Kieran was right for her and her son. Duh! And Kieran takes her back.
Best book by far grammar wise by this author.
The author has a gift for story telling.
Great story until the twist
Kieran is likable
As always hot love scenes
Different twist that the male was the nanny
Kieran's family was on point and funny
Characters seem like your average person
Didn't like Tiana after she dumped Kieran. I tuned out.
Kieran came off like a chump for taking this crazy, insecure woman back.
The twist ruined the book for me.
This by far is the best book grammar wise by this author.