In The Nanny Plan by Sarah M. Anderson, When Trish Hunter lands up at Nate Longmire’s house, she does not expect to see the dashing billionaire struggling with an infant. Nate has been made his niece’s guardian and he is totally clueless. Trish steps in and handles the situation perfectly, prompting Nate to offer a a big donation to her charity for Lakota kids in exchange of a temporary nanny position!
But falling for her bachelor boss—and his adorable baby girl—is not part of the plan. But when the month is up, will she be able to walk away?
The Nanny Plan by Sarah M. Anderson was a well written adorable romance with likable characters.
Trish Hunter had a very humble upbringing and I loved how well she had turned out, given the circumstances she was raised in as a child. She was responsible, mature and kept a distance from Nate despite the feelings and attraction she felt towards him. Nate was an adorable hero who happens to be a computer geek. How can you not love a hero who blushes, is a geek and is willing to take his niece’s responsibility despite the fact he is totally clueless about them?
The romance progresses from friends to lovers and moves at a gradual and comfortable pace. Both the characters are a little hesitant to risk their hearts at first but its so amazing to see them fall in love when they finally decide to give themselves a chance.
Overall, The Nanny Plan by Sarah M. Anderson is a must read for everyone who loves billionaires with babies trope!
This billionaire bachelor has a baby challenge…
Being a father to his orphaned infant niece is out of this tech billionaire’s comfort zone. Lucky for Nate Longmire, Trish Hunter is a natural at motherhood, and she’s agreed to be his temporary nanny. But long glances, slow kisses and not-so-innocent touches are strictly off-limits…
Trish’s goal is to help Nate in exchange for a big donation to her charity for Lakota kids. Falling for her bachelor boss—and his adorable baby girl—is not part of the plan. But when the month is up, will she be able to walk away?