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Publisher Description

Hoping to vindicate her brother, botanist Gina Dunn poses as a nanny to the man she believes framed him. Even though she grew up in a dysfunctional home, how hard can it be looking after twin four-year-old boys? If she can nurture rare orchids, surely she can handle this.

Instant fatherhood hits contractor Will Sinclair hard when his twin sons he didn't know existed come to live with him. The rebellious boys reject Will as their real dad, forcing him to turn to Gina, his new nanny, for her "expert" help.

Interacting with Will and his boys as a “daddy” coach, Gina starts to crave the family she's always longed to have. But Will's reaction when he learns of her deception isn’t her biggest fear—one of two men she loves is lying…

September 9
Entangled Publishing, LLC

Customer Reviews

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The Daddy Coach

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Entangled Publishing via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it.

What a delightful tale. I adored Will Sinclair's two boys Harry and Ian. I could really see them as real little boys. Ms. Muir did an excellent job writing them.

Will Sinclair is looking for a nanny for his twin boys. No one has seemed like a good fit in caring for them. His boys are just a little difficult. They lost their mother and her husband in a plane accident. Will receives a call from his ex-wife's mother-in-law informing him of her death and to come and get his twin boys. Say WHAT?!?!?! Will divorced her several years ago after a short marriage and didn't know anything about her having his sons. His business is suffering do to an ex-employee stealing jewelry. His life is falling apart and he doesn't know how to connect with his boys, enter Gina Dunn. Gina comes to apply for the job. Gina doesn't seem right for the job and he doesn't hire her. As she is leaving, she gets into a water gun fight with one of his sons. Seeing Gina connect with the boys, Will reluctantly agrees to give her a try of one day. The road to Will and Gina's HEA is a tale that took me on a ride. There were highs and lows, laughs and tears.

I was glued to my e-reader as the story was so cute and endearing (yes, I really fell for the boys!). The story was written in a matter that just seems like it could be a movie.

The story was written in my dual POV format. Getting into both Will and Gina's thought process really helped me to connect with them in such a manner that they almost seemed human.

This book was a sweet, clean read. I highly recommend it to anyone (especially if you love single dad stories!)