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* Review * MARRYING THE NANNY by Dani Collins

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * MARRYING THE NANNY by Dani CollinsMarrying the Nanny by Dani Collins
Series: Raven's Cove #1
Published by Tule Publishing on March 5, 2024
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When infant Storm is orphaned, nanny Emma Wright, on a work visa and still reeling from a painful divorce, yearns to adopt her but must relinquish Storm to her three adult half-brothers. They remind her of a pack of wolves—protective, but not prepared to care for a baby. Alpha male Reid is especially aloof and intimidating.

Like his younger brothers, Reid Fraser left the Westcoast village of Raven’s Cove at eighteen and never looked back. Now a successful corporate consultant who rescues failing businesses—which is what this fly-in fishing resort has become, Reid must rally his brothers to save Storm’s inheritance, but he and his estranged brothers barely get along. They can’t deal with an infant, too. They need the nanny.

As Emma coaches Reid through midnight feedings and teething, they try to ignore the sexual pull between them. Then they learn Storm may have family who could take her from them. Reid proposes a marriage of convenience, but will it be enough to keep this fractured family together?


Emotional and heartfelt! Dani Collins is kicking off a new small town romance series, Raven’s Cove with the story of a nanny who adores her little charge and is dealing with the fallout when she is orphaned. The town is quaint and quirky and the siblings that are the main family of the series have much angst and heartache to work through. I really enjoyed getting to know this family and felt like they were well developed and easy to like, but I wanted a little more to the ending to settle custody, etc. I’m looking forward to more to come in the series!

I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a small town romance filled with a dysfunctional family who has to learn to heal and come together when they each need each other.