- File Size: 4248 KB
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Jenika Snow (May 15, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 15, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D3W7X4R
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #129 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This short story has everything you want in a good, steamy, with some truly felt emotion into the story as well as great characters that make the story flow into a good place and make reading this worthwhile :)
I liked Emma and Jacob's story and their bond with Jacob's niece, Dolly, who he adopted when his sister died 5 years ago. Dolly was only 2 years old when she lost her mother but she sees Jacob as her dad and I loved the bond they shared, it was beautiful <3
He tries to do the best he can raising Dolly but between building his business and meetings, he just seems busy all the time, and he sees that Dolly needs a permanent figure in her life, not all the strings of nannies that have passed through her life, he decides to do something about it... bet he never imagined that at 42 years old, he would find his soulmate just by looking through nanny resumes.
Emma is 24 years old so yeah, he's older than her by 18 years but when it's meant to be, age doesn't count at all. Emma is mature at her young age and she loves being a nanny, that's why she decided to go to college and become a professional nanny. After an incident (or several in Emma's perspective point of view) in her current job (which I won't spoil for you guys...) but what I will say is that women should stick together and some men are pigs who should try to respect their marriages and the staff who work at their household... but fate had its hands on this matter, and these two met and fell for each other, alongside Dolly, who I thought was mature for being one so young (only 7 years old) and how adorable she was that she even said it to Emma, to stay forever with them... well, she definitely got her wish and much more, a family <3
I loved the epilogues, especially the last one... It was beautiful and emotional all wrapped up in a perfect happily ever after for all of them <3
Jacob may not be Dolly's biological dad, but five years ago after the death of his sister, Raina, left the two year old orphaned, he became her dad in all other ways. As a now single dad to his niece, he strived to find a balance between work, knowing he needed to provide for them, and being there for her as much as possible. Babysitters came and went, but he wanted a permanent fixture in his and Dolly's lives. That meant a live-in nanny. Just one look at Emma's picture among the agency's portfolio had him knowing she was perfect for him, and he prays for Dolly too.
Emma immediately fell for the seven-year-old, Dolly, and hit it off just as nicely for her dad. Working for them just seemed as if it was meant to be.
Knowing he couldn't resist any longer, Jacob takes what his, and Emma eagerly gives herself to him completely.
One-click now and follow along as fate brings two people together and so begins a once in a lifetime kind of love. I liked how Jacob wanted her after just a glimpse of her picture and knew she was it for him. As for Emma, I like how she knew, just after meeting him once, this job was going to change her life. The one thing I didn't like was that it has Jacob and Emma acting on their feelings together, and then in the next chapter, not even the epilogue, it's suddenly months later and they're an established couple. I would've liked to have read as they told Dolly and seen her excitement. It felt a little incomplete without it. But overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the story and would recommend it. - By Elizabeth
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-no ow/om drama
-older man/younger woman
-no pushing away
Jacob has been raising his niece, Dolly, for five years now, since his sister's death.Read more