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Friday, January 17, 2014

The Nanny's Secret by Elizabeth Lane - Book Review





About The Book:

In this Billionaires and Babies novel, the nanny wants her boss…, but can she have him and keep her secrets, too?

Haughty and handsome, resort owner Wyatt Richardson has never met a problem he couldn't buy his way out of. Facing custody of his teenage daughter and her newborn son, he hires a nanny to handle them both. His attraction to Leigh Foster is an unexpected perk. He's confident the feeling is mutual.
 
But Leigh knows she's on shaky ground. Falling for her new boss could prove devastating—especially if Wyatt finds out her true connection to baby Mikey. But when the billionaire's arms beckon, will she be powerless to refuse?


My Thoughts:

If you are looking for a romance that has a cast of memorable characters, a heartwarmingly sweet story, and a whole lot of sizzling action, then Elizabeth Lane's latest book, "The Nanny's Secret," is the book for you!

Elizabeth Lane is a great storyteller, and that is quite evident here in this captivating story. She takes a situation that is all too familiar these days, teenagers having children, and she builds a tale around this premise that brings together a dysfunctional family with the help of a loving woman. Readers will be pulled into this novel that is filled with heart-wrenching emotions, uplifting triumphs and a wonderfully fulfilling ending that will satisfy the most ardent romantic.

I highly recommend this novel as just the treat for a cold winter's day!


About The Author:



Elizabeth Lane has lived and travelled in many parts of the world, including Europe, Latin America and the Far East, but her heart remains in the American West, where she was born and raised. Her idea of heaven is hiking a mountain trail on a clear autumn day. She also enjoys music, animals and dancing. You can learn more about Elizabeth by visiting her website at www.elizabethlaneauthor.com



My thanks to the author for providing the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.



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