Is this man: A) a super-hot NFL player, B) the guy you’re sexting, or C) your new boss?
If you’re Carrie Herron, the answer is: D) all of the above. First, Carrie starts exchanging steamy text messages with the sexy single dad she meets in line at the grocery store. Then she lands a job as the live-in nanny for the daughter of the Milwaukee Dragons’ newest star. With any luck, she’ll be back on her financial feet before the next cosplay convention rolls around. But when Carrie shows up for work and realizes that her new boss is the guilty pleasure in her phone, she has no choice but to try to keep things professional. Oh, how would Poison Ivy handle a temptation like Seth Chamberlain?
After getting traded from Houston to Milwaukee, Seth’s having a tough time keeping his head in the game, let alone making sure that his daughter is fitting in. So if the only nanny that Madison will tolerate is a grown woman who likes comic books even more than she does...well, so be it. Too bad the nanny is also the gorgeous redhead Seth’s been flirting with all this time. But with Carrie’s knowing glances and kissable lips driving him wild, Seth must decide whether he’s ready to put everything on the line.
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Great star, but...
The beginning of the story was great but it didn’t keep up the pace.
I loved the hero most of the time and I understand that he is trying to put his daughter first, but I can’t believe a child has the right to run a parent’s life.
I can’t understand children’s upbringing nowadays. If I had talked to my parents (or my children would have talked to me) the way the 12 year old child talks to her father and disrespects others, I would have gotten a good talking to, and my children would have gotten at least a “brain slap”
I grew up in an environment in which children’s overall well-being was highly taken into consideration, and their opinions heard, but by no means do children get to disrespect their parents or other people, and get away with it. The parent runs the show, not the child.