He should have resented her.
She was inept, had no idea how to calm a crying child, and she’d gotten his dream job.
But there was something about Greer that had Judd helping her out. Despite being bad at her job, she was charming, curvy, and had one of those smiles that made a man want to know her deepest secrets. Instead, he found himself telling her his.
She shouldn’t have targeted him.
Greer liked Judd. Who wouldn’t? He was hot and he love kids and he only rolled his eyes when she asked if he was a “manny.” Her name is synonymous with breaking stories, and the kids were the easy way into the Westland house. When her story hits the news, they are all going to lose their jobs.
Would it be worth losing Judd, too?
Will she gets what she wants
Greer is pretending to be a nanny for a wealthy family. But she’s a terrible one! The kids cry and she has no idea what to do! She’s a undercover journalist that is trying to get a story on the family that she suspects is more than they let in! Judd is a nanny for a family down the road and had watched her as he has applied for the position. He can tell she’s not a nanny but finds himself helping her! What happens when they get closer? And what happens when the truth comes out? I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.