This book was originally published in 2011.For over a year, widowed Cameron Jackson has tried to juggle his business with childcare for his two year old daughter ...all while living with Deefur, a Great Dane who believes he rules the house. Nannies last a day, some don't even make it through the... show more
This book was originally published in 2011.For over a year, widowed Cameron Jackson has tried to juggle his business with childcare for his two year old daughter ...all while living with Deefur, a Great Dane who believes he rules the house. Nannies last a day, some don't even make it through the front door if the self-proclaimed ruler doesn't approve. Something has to give. Enter Jason Everson, nanny, teacher in training, apparent dog whisperer, and the only man who seems to make it past the initial scrutiny of the king. Can Jason help Cam put his house in order and help to heal his heart?
Publish date: June 5th 2013
Publisher: Love Lane Books
Pages no: 118
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Fluffy and sweet tale of a widower, his young daughter and massive dog, and the male nanny he hires, who becomes so much more. An enjoyable, if too short, read. Given to me by the author at GRL2014 (Thanks, RJ).
I liked this, a lot, but too much story happened off page so 2.75 stars and the .75 is for the dog
I'm a sucker for a good romance with a dog and I enjoyed this one. The widowed gay man/gay nanny trope was nice and I liked the fact that the relationship built very slowly. Not in my top tier of books but a good read.
Stupid GR ate my review! Ok, second try. I really liked this story even though it was quite different from the normal romance books. It foremost dealt with Cameron's grief and trying to find a way to manage his every-day-life with a toddler and a huge dog. Enter Jason. He soon became part of the sm...
This book felt at least twice as long as it really was. I was too frustrated reading it, frequently thinking, "But people don't really think/talk like that!" Of course, it's possible that some people do. But I guess I wasn't really convinced about any of the characters here. If I weren't reading it ...