The Newspaper Nanny by Maren Moore

59756396. sy475 The Newspaper Nanny
Author: Maren Moore
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When I stumbled across my dream job in the classified section of my newspaper, I knew it had to be too good to be true.

Turns out it was.

Becoming the nanny for the grumpiest hockey coach in the NHL was more like a nightmare.

Liam Cartright was infuriating, stubborn, and impossible. Oh, and he happened to be my new boss.

I should have signed my resignation with a giant kiss my ass the moment he opened his mouth, but I couldn’t.

I fell for his little girls before I realized it was happening, and my resolve began to weaken.

Our roles were clearly drawn out.

He was the boss, and I was the nanny.

But then we crossed a line.

I wouldn’t lose my job over a chiseled jawline and a few stolen kisses.

I couldn’t. Not when so much was at stake.

But Liam was the one who made the rule book, and I had no choice but to play by his rules.
MY feelings
I’m a sucker for a single dad romance and it’s even better if a nanny is involved. This was my first book by this author and it was okay. I adored our main character and thought that Liam’s daughters were delightful. However, my issues mainly lie with Liam.

I found his back and forth a bit exasperating. I don’t know how Juliet didn’t end up with whiplash. He was hot and cold and some of those times, I found him to be way harsh. I know that he wanted to do the right thing for everyone but he really went about everything the wrong way. As soon as things became rough, he was ready to give up his relationship he just started with Juliet. Yeah, he groveled and did a big “I want you back” scene, but still. I didn’t like the way he easily let her go.

I did enjoy parts of this one, but not the love interest in his full stature. I liked the writing and the pace so I’m willing to pick up another book from this author. Hopefully I will enjoy it more!3 Star Rating

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