The first time I saw Graham Ratliff, I swear the earth shook.
But I was just a teenager with a crush on my father’s best friend.
Now he’s divorced, a single dad with an adorable daughter. I’m nineteen, ready to leave home, and desperate to see if Mr. Ratliff is as hot as I remember. Becoming his nanny is the answer to all my problems. I didn’t expect him to treat me so coldly… or to see such heat in his eyes when I tan by his pool. Bet he didn’t expect me, either…
First, let's discuss the elephant in the room for this one: the title.
It's bad. There I said it.
I mean, it's accurate and it definitely tells you what the book is about, but it's not a great title.
That said, I actually enjoyed this book. I found the writing to be fairly strong and the characters to be well developed. I also don't remember any moments where the dialogue felt forced or cringey, rather it flowed well and was realistic.
I love a good forbidden story and, I admit it, I also enjoyed Graham and Abbie. The pacing was a little on the slow side, but it's a trilogy so that tends to be the case.
Could it have been a little faster paced? Yes, and I think it would have been stronger story in places. There was also some outside drama with her father and his ex wife. The ex was fitting and actually seems on point. The drama caused by the father wasn't well developed and seemed like it was tossed in for effect...I'll have to wait to see what happens in the next book to decide how I feel about it.
Overall, I did enjoy and recommend this title.
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About The Author:
Sadie Black lives in her head as an ex-member of the British royal family, a current fashion icon, and couldn't be more annoyed that she has to pay taxes on a job called "governess."
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