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Prince Daddy & the Nanny by Brenda Harlen
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Jan 09, 12

bookshelves: 2012-books-read, romance, series-romance
Read in January, 2012

Good book. Michael is pretty lost as a dad. Riley is incredibly intelligent and he is afraid of doing something wrong, so he has gotten all kinds of tutors for her to help enhance her abilities. But because of his fears, he hasn't really connected with her. When Hannah takes over as nanny, she sees the problem and jumps in to create more time for them to be father and daughter. It also means she spends more time with him, and the crush she had as a teenager blooms into love. But she knows that a prince can't marry a commoner, and will settle for what she can get. I loved seeing how Riley was able to become more like a regular four year old. I also liked seeing Michael "wake up" after his years of grief, as he started to care for Hannah.
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message 1: by Patrice (new)

Patrice I like your review Susan, makes me want to read it! I'll definitely look for this one. Thanks!


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Alexi Malmgren i read the princes roayls deleima in that one christian is the ruling prince but rowan is regent how come micheal is soverign in this one . i've only read princes roayl deleima did elena depose christian /rowan i thourght he didn't want the throne


Susan I'm not sure as I didn't read the first ones in the series. One of these days I will...


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