- File Size: 1029 KB
- Print Length: 464 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 20, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07969YBR4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,611 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Nanny: A Single Dad Romance Kindle Edition
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Thank you so very much for writing all of these wonderful stories.
Kira Malone reports for her first day as a nanny and is confronted by her new boss, Isaac, who seems to be angry at everything and every one. Determined to make this job work, she vows to not allow him to push her out, despite how difficult he makes it for her to stay. The only good part of this job, is his daughter, Ivy. She's smart beyond her years, funny, and Kira just loves her. But, Isaac makes it harder by the day to stick this out. But, after his close friend discloses a bit of Isaac's path, she has a whole new understanding of the abrasive man. She's determined to help him and protect Ivy from the danger his ex-wife poses to them all. But can she protect her heart as well?
Isaac Gibbs is overwhelmed. He's trying to run a corporation, fight off lawsuits from his ex-wife, all while being a single dad. He needs help. After running off numerous other nannies, Kira shows up as his next casualty. He's drawn to her but needs to keep her at a distance. He doesn't mean to blow up at everything. He can't help it. He's built these walls around himself and his heart for so long, he doesn't know if he has the strength to remove even one brick. With his ex-wife threatening to take away the one bright light in his life, he needs someone he can trust to protect Ivy. Can he trust Kira with her? Can he trust her enough to start dismantling the fortress he's constructed around himself? Love almost destroyed him once. Will he be able to chance it again?
This was a good story. Be warned - Isaac is a handful. I would have walked out after a day or two. And there is an element of cheating in this one, albeit short lived. Overall it was a good story.
Isaac is a single dad that has done everything for his young daughter (Ivy) to stay safely alive and in his life. Because his x wife (Jade) has already tried to take her away and take everything he has worked for in his life. So yes he has tried to have nannies to help him with his daughter but you have to think how frustrating this can be after many years of putting up with all the mess a divorce,custody along with everything else and not being able to trust people too. So the company that supplies nannies sent over Kira to help Isaac out with Ivy her first impression of Isaac was to say the least a mad man. He was very nasty,mean and let’s just say she felt like turning around and not even walk-in the door but she wanted to give it a shoot for the little girl so she did. So read the book like I voluntary did and find out how Isaac finally gets his x wife out of there lives for good with Kira’s help and if they become a family. I voluntary read this book and really enjoyed reading it a lot. C.
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