Can a free-spirited woman teach an uptight professor what he needs to know about love and faith-outside the classroom? Shattered by her ex-husband's infidelity and her own infertility, Meagan O'Hare is starting over. Tossed in the midst of a family crisis by a flat tire, she meets Adam McCallister. The last thing Meagan wants is to get involved with Adam and his children. It's just a painful reminder of what she can never have-her own family. Adam couldn't agree more. The son of an alcoholic, Adam desires stability and security for his children. An undisciplined, too attractive woman who wears tie-dye T-shirts is not his idea of the model nanny. His children disagree. They have prayed for someone exactly like Meagan and aren't above giving God a helping hand in getting her. In less than twenty-four hours, Meagan turns Adam's neatly ordered world upside down. While the children love it, Adam questions the wisdom of his decision to hire Meagan, even temporarily. So-why is the knowledge that she'll be there when he comes home so enticing? Living in the same house isn't easy for Meagan and Adam as they grapple with a growing attraction and a different way of looking at life. Yet their very differences are the things that draw them together. Can the free-spirited Meagan teach the uptight professor something new about his faith while he leads her to discover something new about unconditional love? Warning: Christian religious content.