The Kingsmen’s best wide receiver.
Hot as hell.
A stallion in the sack.
How do I know that last fact? I may have shared a one-night stand with him six months ago when I was rebounding from a broken heart.
I didn’t forget him, but I was done with him, until I discovered he’s the single dad of the boy I’ve been hired to nanny.
It’s near impossible to ignore my attraction to him now that we’re living under the same roof—but I have no choice.
First, this job pays well, and I need the money to move out of my parents’ spare room.
Second, he’s a public figure and there’s no room for me to get caught up in a scandal with him—I can’t disappoint my parents again.
Third, men like Brady were built to break hearts. I barely managed to piece mine back together after my failed engagement and Brady would do irreparable damage if I gave him the chance.
Let the longest three months of my life begin…
The second book in the Kingsmen Football Stars series was a great sports romance. Brady was fun, sweet & sexy and Violet was his perfect match. They had great chemistry from the very beginning. Theo was so adorable. I enjoyed Brady and Violet’s story immensely.
Aaron Sherlock and Cindy Kay did a really good job portraying Brady and Violet, as well as the other characters in this book.
You Can’t Kiss The Nanny Brady Banks : Kingsmen Football by Piper Rayne
This was a fantastic book Brady and Violet’s story . This book was so heartwarming with the love Brady has for his son Theo . The love Violet showed Theo was amazing. I have enjoyed this series and looking forward to the next book .
Single Dad Deliciousness!
I just cannot resist a single dad, but to add Piper Rayne on top of that is a guarantee that I’ll love it! And Brady and Violet’s story is one I definitely enjoyed! Little Theo was the cutest and left me with the biggest smile in every one of his scenes.
If I thought Brady as a dad was hot that was nothing compared to when he went into sexy alpha ‘I want you and only you’ mode. It’s no wonder Violet couldn’t resist temptation. I loved how she strived to live the life she wanted, regardless of what anyone thought. There was some forced proximity going as she was the nanny and boy was that tension thick! I loved it and the anticipation of wondering ,not if but, when they’d give in had me eager to get to the next page. In typical Piper Rayne fashion, they delivered while leading me wanting more with that tasty nugget dropped about the next Kingsmen book.
The dual narration between Cindy Kay and Aaron Shedlock was just literal aural goodness. These two not only complimented each other as the ideal Brady and Cindy, their performance made for the perfect complement to this story.