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Nanny and the Professor by [Fasano, Donna]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 414 KB
  • Print Length: 187 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Hard Knocks Books (12 Mar. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007JYTIK8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #259,108 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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As soon as I knew Donna had a new book out I grabbed it for my Mom.

This is her review for Nanny and The Professor that she started within seconds of it being downloaded.

Donna has written yet another winner. A touching story about a father who is overprotective of his son. He employs a nanny to look after him. The story was full of twists and turns. I don't like telling the whole story but I would highly recommend it, you'll love it.

Love always finds a way...
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Cassie Simmons really needs the job as Professor Kingston's Nanny. When she was only fifteen her father died in a freak accident at work and only a month later her mother found that she had a late in life pregnancy. It was too much for the woman and she sank into a depression that lasted six years, till she passed away. Cassie was forced to quit high school and find work to support her baby brother and mentally ill mother. Now Eric is eight and she is in desperate need of this job, however she is afraid the professor may find out her deep dark secret. She has no education, she is a high school drop out.

Professor Joshua Kingston is raising his eight year old son Andrew alone. Andy had been born premature and has asthma, so Joshua has a list of rules the boy must follow for what Joshua believes is his own safety. No playing with neighborhood children, germs. No rough sports, over exertion. No stressful games, they might bring on an attack.

However after Cassie moves in as nanny those rules sort of fall by the wayside as Andy's health seems to improve more every day. Cassie and Eric are really settling in, but she fears what will happen if Joshua finds out about her lack of a high school diploma. She fears he'll fire her. And Joshua instinctively knows Cassie is holding something back and is determined to find out what it is.

Donna Clayton tries to give us some suspense in this book, keeps us wondering about the high school diploma bit, but to me that didn't seem like enough of a secret or black mark on Cassie's past for me to care about on their bumpy road to a perfect match. Right of the bat we see that Josh is an okay guy and there is just no way an okay guy is going to care if his sweetheart graduated high school, especially if she had to quit to support her family, so that took away a bit of the enjoyment for me. I did find the title, borrowed from the TV show starring Juliet Mills, kind of cute though.
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As soon as I knew Donna had a new book out I grabbed it for my Mom.

This is her review for Nanny and The Professor that she started within seconds of it being downloaded.

Donna has written yet another winner. A touching story about a father who is overprotective of his son. He employs a nanny to look after him. The story was full of twists and turns. I don't like telling the whole story but I would highly recommend it, you'll love it.

Love always finds a way...
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By definition, the romance genre is going to be a feel good story. The heroine is going to make some mistakes. There will be misunderstandings. But in the end, it will work out. Are they realistic? As much as any book. To argue otherwise would be saying that romance never works out and couples never get together. The often bumpy ride reaching success gives hope to those who struggle with romance - from my observation, virtually everyone.

The specifics that make the story unique are the situation and, I think the most important part, the characters. In "Nanny and the Professor," we find a heroine who is a good person who has suffered for making some hard choices, although they were the right decisions to make. She's a good person who we want to see turn things around. Joshua (the professor and hero) is also easy to like, despite some early missteps. Bad things do happen to good people, but I like to think that eventually karma catches up.

**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **
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