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Publisher Description

What she knows will change everything…at Redemption Ranch

Arianna Shrader’s new nanny gig is more than a job—it’s an opportunity to bond with the infant boy she gave up to her sister for adoption. But widower Jack DeMoise doesn’t know she’s not just his child’s aunt. As Arianna grows closer to the ranch veterinarian and his son, can she find a way to reveal her secret…and become a permanent part of their family?

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2019
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
224
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harlequin
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

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The Nanny's Secret Baby

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

First I would like to mention that I absolutely LOVE the cover. I mean I could just pick up that little cowboy and his bear and hug him to pieces!!

This story was a wonderful tale. Jack and his late wife adopted Sammy in a closed adoption. Unbeknownst to Jack, Sammy is his sister-in-law's baby. Arianna has a child out of wedlock and she knows that adoption would be the best thing for her child. Even if giving him up breaks her heart, she wants the best for her baby. Her sister Chloe, unfortunately, can't have children and convinces Arianna to let her and her Jack adopt him but on the condition that Jack doesn't know who the birth mother is.

The road to a HEA is a difficult one here. It is strife with guilt and a sense of betrayal. How these two grow close and to each other and overcome obstacles, is a true gift to behold. This is a sweet, clean romance that is faith-filled. I adored reading this story and getting into contact with the characters' frame of mind with the dual POV that it is written in. To me, it draws me closer to the characters, plot and humanizes the characters.

If you love a faith-filled sweet, clean romance, then read this one. I haven't read the prior stories in this series and can see where prior characters are making appearances by reading their synopsis. I highly recommend this story to anyone.

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