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Cute and PG rating...
on September 11, 2011
I liked this book, the plot wasn't as good as some of her other books, but it was still enjoyable. Maggie decided to become a professional nanny after her 3 miscarriages and a failed marriage. She figured it was a way of caring for a baby when she couldn't have her own. Garrett was a divorced single father of a 6 year old boy. They lived in an old trout farm, even though he had lots of money. He wanted to hire an older nanny so he was disappointed when maggie showed up. A misunderstanding at the agency places Maggie with Garrett, and they both don't seem to like each other for their own reasons. Garrett wanted her to leave, but he suddenly needs her to watch his son while hge goes away. Maggie wanted a baby, but instead he got a 6 year old boy who was smart and adorable.
Story goes through how Maggie begins to know the family, and her relationship within the family begins to change. Soon, the lines between employer and employee become fuzzy. Garrett begins to see Maggie with a different light even though he vowed never to let another woman hurt him or his son. Maggie was slowly falling in love with her employer and the little boy she was caring for. She was dreading the day she would have to leave them behind. She always knew her arrangement was temporary and soon she would find herself taking care of a baby.
Can Garrett convinve her that she belonged with them? That is for you to find out! Story was cute, a bit emotional at times, but overall, book was enjoyable.