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His Outback Nanny by Annie Seaton
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Totally unconventional story but an enjoyable read. Jemima is home from a glamorous career in modeling to pursue her passion of teaching. Only thing is no one is taking her serious and therefore she can't get hired. ENTER the adorable children of Ned McCormack who are adorable in this book. When one is looking for a new mommy and decides Jemima is it Ned is taken aback at what to do. Realizing that her clout allows him the loan his farm needs, Ned offers Jemima a plan to marry him so she is seen as serious in her new life of settling down and teaching and he gets his loan. Told you- a little odd.

That odd discomfort leads to much awkardness in the new McCormack house- especially at bedtime and convincing talkative children that your marriage is real. The problem with this fake arrangement is that Jemima is loving her new position in the home- well except for the cooking and uncomfortable sharing of the bed. Ned is more like a yo-yo and one moment seems to be enjoying everything and maybe wanting it to be real (like Jemima secretly desires) and the next he's ready to end the deal and send Jemima packing.

So, will Ned decide to send Jemima on her way or give in to the feelings he is starting to develop. There are so many sweet and funny things in this story. The children added greatly and were adorable.
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Reading Progress

December 17, 2017 – Started Reading
December 17, 2017 – Shelved
December 17, 2017 – Finished Reading
December 19, 2017 – Shelved as: net-galley

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