The Cowboy's Surprise Nanny by Leslie North

This is a fun, romantic and sweet story. Ian is stubborn, quick to judge, bold and unforgiving. Katie is outgoing, caring, generous and daring. Hired to be Ian's housekeeper/ nanny because Ian owed her uncle a favor, and Katie was in a bit of trouble, Katie falls in love with his kitchen and immediately starts baking. It turns out that Ian's son, Andy, happens to love baking too, and starts helping her with the cooking from the first meal. Ian wasn't happy with what he found out about Katie, but because of Andy, gives her a chance. Things get personal when Katie discovers him showering outside, but go south when Andy has a medical emergency. Pushing her to sell actual product instead of recipes, Katie finally does, and gains some confidence back. But with her confidence, and an offer, she goes back to what Ian considers bad habits. She is carefree light to his dark unhappiness.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Booksprout. This is my honest and voluntary opinion of it.


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