*A Love Like That was previously entitled And Then You.
I'm just the nanny. I was never supposed to fall for him...
Evianna Halle can do lots of things — compare the love stories in Jane Austen Novels, write essays on the theme of Wuthering Heights, and, surprisingly, remembers exactly what she was wearing when she met her boyfriend, Dan. What Evi can't comprehend is how Dan fell out of love with her — and into bed with her best friend.
Nicholas Wilder can't do a lot of things — he can't move on after his wife's accident, or even fathom how he'll care for his daughter while working full-time as a doctor. What Nick can do is put out an ad for a live-in nanny – an ad that a newly-single Evi enthusiastically answers.
Neither of them expect the friendship that forms, or the silly games and emails that somehow turn inappropriate… and then downright unprofessional. Can Evi and Nick ignore their feelings, or will it all coming crashing down around them?
The Love at Work Series consists of interconnected standalones, all having to do with falling in love at work. They can be read in ANY order!
Between the Pages
A Love Like That
Tracing the Stars
Say You Hate Me
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I really liked this story it’s such a great read!
Beautiful and Emotional, just what I like!
This was the second book I have read by Amanda (The Realm of You, stole my heart!). Let me tell you, this story gave me so much in terms of witnessing love that happens organically (with a little push from a mother-in-law) after tragedy. Nick needs a full time caregiver for his young daughter and Evi is looking to start over after discovering her ex was cheating on her. This wasn't love at first sight although there was interest, I love that Amanda chose to have these characters find true connection. Take the journey with Nick and Evi with some special appearances by a sweet little girl and well-meaning mother-in-law!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Evianna is heartbroken when she finds her boyfriend in bed with her best friend. She moves back into her parents house, while she figures out what she wants to do. Nick is mourning the loss of his wife and son. He needs a nanny to care for his four year old daughter. When Evianna sees the add, she thinks it’s a blessing. A place to live, and decent money. She doesn’t count on Nick being so attractive. But he’s grieving, and nothing can happen.
This was a really great story. It’s well written, and heartbreaking, and beautiful. The characters are wonderful. The way they overcame their pain and heartbreak. This was a wonderful story about loss, and grieving. Finding love after you believe you could never find it again. It had me in tears at times. I definitely recommend this book. It was a super fast read, and had me drawn in from the beginning.