When Poppy storms into Ethan's office, she has a clear goal in mind: she'll convince him to sponsor her podcast in exchange for advertising his upcoming entertainment complex. But, she didn't count on the super-hot yet calculating man to be so stubborn, or his surprising and unexpected offer. If she babysits his unruly kids for two months, he'll give her what she wants. After raising her two brothers, she doesn't want any commitment—but this isn't an offer she can refuse if she wants a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make a name for herself.
Single dad Ethan needs a reliable nanny, if he wants to earn a bonus that'll be his ticket to opening his own consulting firm and finally be able to spend time with his emotionally neglected family. But no one in New York City sticks with taking care of his kids. When an impulsive red-haired woman schemes her way into his office, he's surprised at how resourceful she is. Not to mention gorgeous. She's desperate for a chance, and he's willing to give it to her—if she helps him out.
The fiery attraction pulsing between them boils over and they have to choose—when the two months are up, will she finally fulfill long awaited dreams in the big city or embark on an instant family lifelong adventure?
I completely fell in love with this book! Poppy storms into Ethan’s life at an opportune time for both of them. Poppy is scraping by while trying to grow her podcast. Ethan desperately needs a nanny. His kids, Archie and Willow, have had a steady stream of Nannie’s that have not stuck. The kids really miss their dad and basically take it out on the nannies.
Poppy is a natural with Ethan’s kids. Ethan and Poppy come to an understanding that she will nanny for him and he will help her. Poppy comes to love the kids and they her. Poppy and Ethan come to care about each other and develop a secret relationship.
There are so many facets to this book and I just became engrossed in this book. I truly enjoyed it and would definitely recommend it!.
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