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Publisher Description

He wants a housekeeper. What he gets is an instant family.

When the NHL San Francisco Dragons need a gimmick to improve their fan relations, Cameron Bowes becomes the focus of the new video "At Home with a Dragon". Unfortunately for Cam, his bachelor pad looks like an earthquake hit it. Repeatedly.

Dakota Kelly has been working non-stop since unexpectedly gaining custody of her young niece. The little girl's grandmother swoops in to help, but her overbearing ways force Dakota to work two jobs in the hopes of someday escaping Nana's clutches.

Lucky for Cam, Dakota turns out to be the miracle worker he so desperately needs, and he jumps at the chance to hire her as his live-in housekeeper. Soon, the two can no longer ignore their smoldering chemistry, and a happily-ever-after seems to be the next play. There's just one problem: Nana doesn't approve, and she's not about to let her granddaughter go without a fight.

Clean Sweep may be read and enjoyed as a standalone sports romance!

July 23
Kate Willoughby
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

AggieErnst ,

This is a hat trick

Cam and Dakota first met due to a friend setting up a business appointment. There was interest in the other from the first sight. Zinny, Dakota’s niece, was absolutely adorable. Cam had given advice and taught her to swim before Cam and Dakota became involved. Ellen is a pistol and tried to change her ways towards the end. Cam’s team mates are believable. The camaraderie between the guys is great. All the characters are believable. Humor and a pull at the heart strings makes the story feel real.

Stacy Sooter ,

Super Couple with Super Personalities

What an amazing story. Kate writes with such emotion that you can feel it through her characters. I always enjoy her books and she never disappoints. I look forward to the next book in the series. This story is about an Aunt that gained custody of her niece and a hockey player that is a total slob. The way their relationship starts out is funny. I fell in love with Cam from the beginning. KoKo as well. You couldn’t ask for two more characters that are “real”. They are not self absorbed characters. Their are ups and downs as in every book but it is so well written.

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