Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Advent Reads Day 9: In From the Cold by Meg Adams

Synopsis: "Perfect families don’t always start with perfect ingredients.

Professional nanny Claire Iverson has wiped enough noses, butts and spills to qualify for a PhD in raising kids. She knows a toddler with a potty crisis when she sees one, and it’s clear this child’s impossibly handsome father doesn’t, since he’s sound asleep on the flight to Jackson, Wyoming.

Getting burned by her ex-boyfriend left her gun-shy around men, but when it comes to this beautiful little girl, she has to speak up. Just her luck, it turns out the man she just dressed down is her new boss.

Between his roles as full-time CEO and full-time father, Drake Driscoll is exhausted. If he can seal the next deal at his upcoming holiday house party, he’ll have room to breathe. He never expected for his daughter’s new nanny to take his breath away.

Claire hesitates to accept the warmth that beckons in Drake’s arms. But soon their attraction ignites, pulling them in deeper than either of them expected. Into passion that could weld them forever—or burn them to cinders."

My Review: I really enjoyed this book, I enjoyed the back and forth between the characters (especially when Claire puts Drake in his place). I started off not liking Drake that much but like Claire ended up seeing the good in him and loved him by the end. It was a little predictable as to what would happen in the end but I didn't mind so much as I just wanted that happy ending. It was a fun romance for those cold nights of winter.
My Rating: This book might have been a little predictable but it was really enjoyable getting there. I adored the characters and hope that I can find more books with them in the future. I give it a rating of Three Paws and a Stump Wag.
I Received this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. There's nothing wrong with predictable as long as the journey is fun. This one sounds cute. I love when a love story starts out with a disagreement or fight or the woman telling the man off. Sounds great.