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My Mr. Manny
Written by Jennifer Garcia
When she runs into an old friend from her old hometown of Winthrop, she gets swept up in nostalgia, and she soon loses herself in a quickly-progressing romance. When the fantasy falls apart, she is left to raise her precious little girl, Lucia, on her own. The demands of Mia’s work schedule and Lucia’s needs increase, and their lives become increasingly hectic. It is soon clear to Mia that she needs help. Luckily, her life-saving cousin saves the day and brings the mother and daughter a male nanny – their new “manny.”
After losing his high-pressure job on Wall Street, Dominic Roberts wants to follow his dreams to have a family. He’s already one fiancée down, and there are no likely prospects for another. In order to find the family he so desperately wants, he finds himself getting into the manny business. Since he is fully qualified to provide child care and is eager to leave New York City behind, his sister-in-law is able to land him a job in California working for his first client – the beautiful and intriguing Mia Balducci.
Will Lucia like the new man in her mother's life? Will Mia? And will this new trio discover the happily ever after they all so desperately seek?
Praise for 'My Mr. Manny'
Such a sweet, heartwarming, feel good story. All the feels and hugs that will make you smile. Nicely balanced easy read. Good characterizations, great visuals that really were expansive putting you right in the story. Really a good flow. Secondary characters were well thought out and helped drive the story offering a nice well rounded balance to the story line on a whole.
This was a fab light hearted read. I thoroughly enjoyed this storyline. It had me smiling & saying awe a few times. The characters were so loveable.
I certainly recommend this book especially if your looking for a nice easy read.
There was a great cast of three-dimensional supporting characters. The love scenes were hot without being explicit or fade-to-black—kudos to Ms. Garcia for straddling that line so well. There were some heartfelt moments and scenes that brought tears to my eyes. Coming from an Italian family myself, there were some great morsels of nostalgia for me.