Sunday, April 8, 2018

The Rancher's Nanny by Sam Crescent

Series: The Nannies, 2
Author:  Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: MF Contemporary
Pages: 117
Reviewer: Redz





Publisher’s Blurb
Caleb Pole has sworn off women. After his completely selfish wife, who wanted nothing to do with his ranch or their daughter, divorced him, he truly believes there is no woman out there for him. But his little girl is getting older, and he can’t keep relying on his mother. There’s only one solution … a nanny.

After her fiancé left her at the alter in favor of her sister, Madeline Lennox has sworn off men and romance. The books are all lies. There is no man out there for her. Still, working at the Pole Ranch as a nanny is a dream come true. She adores the little girl, and of course, Caleb looks like one of the heroes has stepped right out of the books she loves so much.

The chemistry between her and Caleb is intense, but neither of them expect to fall in love. Nor do they expect to plan a future with both of them in the starring roles.

It’s time for Caleb to prove to Maddie—and himself—that not only does love to exist, but he’s her leading man. 








Review
The Rancher’s Nanny author Sam Crescent is the second book in the Nannies series. This is my first time reading this series and I was not lost at all. I liked this one very much. I liked having a plus-sized heroine and I loved Caleb. He and his daughter are beautifully written, and I could not get enough of them.
Caleb is a rancher. He has had a rough time of it. He married a woman who left him and his infant daughter with just a note.  Never to look back.  Now he needs help, he has been raising his daughter by himself with his mom.  But now his mom is getting older and more help is needed.  So, he hires a nanny.
Maddie has had a bit of a hard time herself. Her fiancé left her at the altar for her sister.  She has never ever been as good as her sister in her parent’s eyes. So, everyone blamed her for what her sister did.  Now she is happy just to look after other people’s children and ignore her family.
I liked Maddie. She is kind, she can see beauty in simple things, and she has a ton of love to give.  She is a great mom and great nanny.  She also is loyal and loving just who the doctor ordered for Caleb.
This is a steamy story that kept me turning the pages. I would love for more from the Nannies series in the future. I want to know who falls in love next and how.



                                    Five Shooting Stars 



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