* Review * THE NANNY’S DOUBLE TROUBLE by Christine Rimmer

* Review * THE NANNY’S DOUBLE TROUBLE by Christine RimmerThe Nanny's Double Trouble by Christine Rimmer
Series: The Bravos of Valentine Bay
Published by Harlequin Special Edition on May 1, 2018
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five-stars

Meet The Bravos of Valentine Bay…

And the single father of twin toddlers in desperate need of a nanny!

All his life Daniel Bravo has been the responsible one. So when he’s left widowed with adorable twins to raise, he knows he needs help, fast. Enter family friend Keely Ostergard—a woman with love in her heart for his children, and a gigantic chip on her shoulder for him. She’s the last person he’d ever fall for—the aversion is mutual. Until it isn’t…

 

A heartwarmingly sweet story of love, family and brighter tomorrows! With the first book in her new “The Bravos of Valentine Bay” series, Christine Rimmer introduces us to the man playing the patriarch role of a large family when tragedy left him no other option. Daniel is a serious guy who even though he partially resents the responsibility thrust on him, loves his family very much. I loved watching Keely be a saving grace that changed his outlook on life … and those kids … OH, they stole my heart! I adored this story and am very much looking forward to more in the series!

Daniel Bravo never expected to find himself widowed with twin toddlers to raise alone at this point in his life, but here he is … trying to make it work. He finds himself in desperate need of a nanny who will be an added foundation in stability for his kids but one after another keeps falling through. Thankfully someone his children already adore steps up to help … too bad she’s not a big fan of his!

Keely Ostergard might hold details from the past against Daniel, but she loves his kids with a passion, so if her grinning and bearing it will keep those kids happy and healthy, she’ll happily do it. After spending some time in the house, she’s surprised to realize that Daniel is more laid back than she expected, and that beneath that gloomy exterior, he’s actually a kind and funny guy. When sparks start to fly, neither know how to handle it … especially with the past that they share!

five-stars

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