Leo Cole has a problem, a beautiful, charming, sexy as hell, curvy problem, and all he can think about is fucking her—but she is his kid’s nanny.
For Cassie Owens, Leo changed all of the rules. He wanted her near him, to keep her safe, and to make sure no one else could steal her away. His daughter loves Cassie, and so does he. Now, he’s going to own every single part of her.
He knows she wants him, and he’s not willing to take no for an answer. After waiting six months to have her, Leo is not backing down. Cassie is his. She belongs to him. It’s about time this woman learns exactly what she signed up for.
He doesn’t want a nanny. He wants a wife!
May be spoilers:
The Nanny is part of the Curvy Women Wanted series. Each can be read as a standalone. This story has 7 chapters with an epilogue and is about Cassie and Leo.
Cassie works for Leo as his nanny for his daughter Grace. They have both been divorced and at the start of this, it’s been 6 months since he’s been head over heels for her, but he was trying to give her time to heal from her divorce.
Both have been celibate since before meeting.
Cassie wants him just as much, but she loves Grace and doesn’t want to do anything to lose her.
Lots of steamy goodness.
I love that she was all in with Grace and Grace was all for her dad and Cassie getting together.
Blip of ow drama from his ex, but she was just wanting money, so it was over quickly.
Good story, I loved it. I loved how much he cared for her. Just mainly about them becoming a family.
No cheating between mcs-her ex cheated on her, ow-just his ex, no om drama, no separations.
Epilogue is 3 years out. They are happily married with 2 kids and pregnant. Easy, fast read.
I gave it 🌟🌟🌟🌟 . Have you read it? What did you think?
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