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The Nanny Crisis by T.M. Cromer

My edition: Kindle (owned)
Pages: 168
Standalone
Genre: Romance, Chick Lit
Rating: 2 stars

Synopsis:

New father Ty Jensen is in dire need of a nanny for his motherless infant. So when rainbow-haired Lana Martell shows up late for her interview, against his better judgement, he hires her on the spot. Ty finds himself falling hard and fast for his feisty employee.

Sassy Lana Martell has a penchant for attracting trouble. One look at her frazzled employer and she knows her heart is in jeopardy. But she also understands starting something with Ty could have her back at the bus stop with a one-way ticket to royally screwed.

As passion flares between this single father and his sexy nanny, an unexpected threat emerges to destroy the new life they’ve created. Their faith in each other is tested, and in the end, it comes down to one question…can Ty save Lana before she falls victim to the evil from her past?

Review:

I skimmed the last 20 pages of this book. The ending sucked and the middle suck. The beginning was decent. I don’t read much of straight romance novels. This book is a reason why.

It seemed as if a 200-300 page book was crammed into a 168 pages. The romance wasn’t believable. I felt nothing for any of the characters. This was suppose to be about a nanny and the father of child falling in love but didn’t get that. Yes she was a nanny but it focused so much on the romance. The baby was mostly just a backdrop prop.

OTT drama llama is the only way I can explain this book. Everything bad seemed to happen to the heroine. It was just too much for me.

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Lover of books and movies. Goodreads reviewer. Animal lover. I write my honest opinion on here. I don't lie about my look on a book. I'm not mean and tearing a book or the author down. I'm completely honest.

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