When I lied on my resume, I didn’t expect it to matter.
The first day was bad. The kids were the sporn of the devil
and I spied through a window and caught him doing something obscene….and
cabinet in my skimpy pyjamas and all hell broke loose.
chocolate…all of it.
I have never read TL Swan again but that is going to change right now. I really really enjoyed this story. It hit some social issues that are going on right now in the world but also brought a great love story to light.
Julian is an over the top father that cannot connect with his children. He really just doesn’t want to, to be honest. That is why he hires a nanny. Julian has a history with love that is horrible. He wants nothing to do with it and that really does include his children. He will give everything for them but show them, love.
Enter Brielle the new nanny. She isn’t like the last ones. She open, honest, fun, and full of love. Something these children need. But so does their father. Julian doesn’t know what to do with Brielle.
I loved watching this family become a family. Even when Julian fights it. He puts Brielle through hell a lot of the time. And what Willow has to go through breaks my heart. In the end, it all works out for the best, but man what a journey.
husband, children, words, chocolate and margaritas.
writing her next novel, you will find her in a café drinking coffee with
Dr. Stantons The Epilogue
Series: Winston Brothers by J.L Beck & Stacey Lewis Includes: The Baby Arrangement 📖Review📖, The Baby Mistake 📖Review📖, & The Baby Contract (Coming-Soon)
One: I don’t make mistakes
Two: I’m never going to settle down with one woman
I’m the fun brother, the jokester, the one who’s never serious…
At least, not until I lose the biggest influence in my life.
Now I’m spiraling out of control, so much so I spent the night after the funeral drowning my sorrows. First in the bottom of a bottle…then in the body of a blonde bombshell who looked at me like I could make all her carnal dreams come true.
Spoiler alert: I did.
I don’t remember her name or what she looked like, but now she’s consuming my every thought.
It doesn’t help that my brother selected a brand new intern with a banging body and blonde hair that makes me think of her to be my assistant for the next six weeks.
I spend my days trying not to bend her over my desk and make her mine…
And my nights dreaming about the girl who got away.
Everything changes when the secret she’s been hiding comes out……and I realize I made a huge mistake.
**This is book two in The Winston Brothers Series, however, it can be read as a standalone, separate from book one, The Baby Arrangement. Though, we do recommend you read that book first since The Baby Mistake does contain spoilers from The Baby Arrangement. It’s baby making, alpha loving, Kindle fanning romance, so prepare yourself with a towel. HEA included.**
Ryker is the second son of the Winston family and now it is his turn to fall in love. Ryker is having a very hard time with his father passing and not doing a good job of hiding it. So when he meets a sexy and sweet blond at the bar the night they put his father in the ground all bets are off for him and her.
Ava is celebrating her new job and is taken out by her friends to do just that. But when she sees Mr. Serious across the bar the sexual tension is felt by everyone. Ryker and Ava end up at a hotel and have a blast. But when Ryker wakes up Ava is gone and they both have no idea who each other are.
But when Ava finds out who her new boss is two weeks later, and he doesn’t remember her. Ava is heartbroken.
These two have a lot of things to get over and through. I loved this story and the characters. Ava and Ryker are WONDERFUL characters and need to be read. It was nice to see Reed and Fallon also. I can’t wait to see where J.L and Stacy take us next. I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy for my honest review.