Wanted: American nanny for an adorable four-year old. Must be able to handle a moody, brooding, sexy British boss.
I'm a single father, a lawyer and some say the most serious man in London. I'm completely focused on raising my four-year-old daughter.
Since my wife walked out three years ago, the only woman who has ever caught my eye is the strictly off-limits sister-in-law of my best friend, Autumn Lumen.
But temptation is easy to resist because Autumn is only visiting London from Oregon.
Until she moves to London. The nanny quits. And she's the only woman for the job.
Mr. Smithfield is a stand alone novel in the Mister Series.
For Beck and Stella's story – read Mr. Mayfair
For Dexter and Hollie's story - read Mr. Knightsbridge
For Gabriel and Autumn's story - read Mr. Smithfield
For Joshua and Hartford's story - read Mr. Park Lane
For Andrew and Sofia's story – read Mr. Bloomsbury
For Tristan and Parker's story – read Mr. Notting Hill
"This book has heat and so much heart it had me swooning. I'm in love with Mr. Smithfield." Adriana Locke, USA Today bestselling author
"A swoon fest with soul—and loads of the delicious tension that comes with a forbidden attraction to the nanny." Jessica Hawkins, USA Today bestselling author
"Bay knocked it out of the park. I couldn't turn the pages fast enough. Five shining stars." - New York Times best-selling author Aleatha Romig
I truly loved this book and anything involving London!
Love this series!
I really enjoy this series of standalones by Ms. Bay! I love the premise of an American girl finding her way in England. It's like I learn a bit more about everyday life in England in each book I read!
This is Gabriel and Autumn's story.
Gabriel is adjusting to life as a single dad. He has been blindsided by his wife leaving and for the past few years has built up walls around himself and his daughter to make sure nothing will happen again.
Autumn is the nanny, but she is so much more! She is a friend, she is a confidant and she brings life and color to the gray world that Gabriel finds himself living in.
This is the story of how being in love means having to let go, to see if that love is true and lasting. I admired Autumn's strength to make the choices she did to ensure that what she wanted in her future was truly what she needed.
The dialogue is witty and fresh, and the secondary characters (which you will recognize if you have read any of her past books) bring a depth and levity to the story when needed.
Visiting England is on my bucket list and Ms. Bay's stories just make it move up my list just a bit faster!
Love it !!