Nanny Dearest

Nanny Dearest Cosmetician Hunter Monroe is the busy single father of a precocious one year old son Chase When his nanny resigns Hunter is left in a lurch until his friend Adam suggests the short term solution o

  • Title: Nanny Dearest
  • Author: Shawn Bailey
  • ISBN: 9781611246414
  • Page: 402
  • Format: ebook
  • Cosmetician Hunter Monroe is the busy single father of a precocious one year old son, Chase When his nanny resigns, Hunter is left in a lurch until his friend, Adam, suggests the short term solution of using their family s babysitter while interviewing new candidates for the position To Hunter s surprise, Adam s solution is a handsome twenty three year old male college sCosmetician Hunter Monroe is the busy single father of a precocious one year old son, Chase When his nanny resigns, Hunter is left in a lurch until his friend, Adam, suggests the short term solution of using their family s babysitter while interviewing new candidates for the position To Hunter s surprise, Adam s solution is a handsome twenty three year old male college student named Terry not the type of person Hunter expected to have watching his son.While other applicants for the position fail to meet Hunter s expectations, the temporary babysitter impresses with his cooking skills and childcare knowledge Chase makes the decision that Terry is the one he wants, but has Hunter also grown attached to the attractive nanny

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    1. [image error]Barely 1.5 StarsFoiled again by baby on the cover!!! DAMMITI don't even know where to start *sighs* This book was so disappointing.So Hunter is a widower, his wife died tragically two months earlier and he needs a nanny for his little son Chase. Through his friend, Hunter hires Terry as a babysitter. Terry is a very competent and beautiful young man, and from the first moment baby Chase falls in love with Terry (view spoiler)[and also calls him 'mama' all the time, apparently becaus [...]

    2. I really wanted to like this story. I love stories with kids especially m/m ones. However, this story was rushed from word one. It moved through time like water through a facet. It was horrible. There was no chemistry to speak of between the main characters. The whole Chase calling Terry Mama was creeping me out. I didn't believe in their relationship at all so the whole marriage thing I rolled my eyes at. After the last word was read I deleted this book from my kindle. I only gave it one star b [...]

    3. This review might contain some spoilers What I loved * The sweetness of the story. It was truly adorable in some places. I especially enjoyed the interaction between the two men and the baby. I LOVED how the baby insisted in calling Terry mama.* I liked Hunters career - I have been reading romance both m/f and then later m/m for years and not once have I come across someone working as a cosmetician. Let alone owning the biggest cosmetic company in America. * I loved the supporting cast. Joel was [...]

    4. Leaving a child, especially a very young one like Chase in this story, with someone else must be one of the hardest things to do for a parent. Whether the carer is a nanny or a babysitter is just a difference of degrees of worry, I think. And when the deceased mother’s parents sue for custody on top of everything else, the situation comes close to a nightmare. That is what Hunter, a successful businessman, has to contend with when his current nanny gets married and he is up the creek, so to sp [...]

    5. sounds offensive and just poor writing and editing one of the guys looks like a girl and is called mama? why not just write MF then if you don't think two guys can raise a kid

    6. I really wanted to love this book. I think I would have, if it had been fleshed out a little more, and if the dialogue were a little more natural sounding. What I liked:Chase. It is really tricky to write a convincing child (or at least, it's challenging to me). Yes, Chase is just a toddler, but he doesn't feel like a plot device. He's about the *only* thing that doesn't feel like a plot device (by which I mean, he feels like a natural, organic part of the story, not something the author threw i [...]

    7. This had a good story line with a lot of potential that fell short of it mark. The romance between the two main characters seemed rushed at best and not very believable. It’s not Shakespeare, but it’s not the worst I have read. I was entertained for a couple of hours so I would read another book by this author.

    8. I really wanted to like this story, as I'm so in love with the cover, and that was the main reason I purchased this book.It was nice, although, the story remind me of those Harlequin stories that I used to read many years ago. The rich guy falling for the Nanny, and in this case a male Nanny.

    9. This book probably benefited from being the one I read directly after The Family We Make, seeing as I couldn’t handle anything at all serious for like a day after I finished that book. I dearly needed low-angst, pure-fluff, and this book certainly has all that.Hunter is in desperate need of a nanny. His last one went and got (inconveniently) married, and somehow trying to run a business and trying to take care of a one-year-old, don’t seem to work all that well together. So when one of his f [...]

    10. I think I have some masochistic tendencies. No, I know I have some because there's no other explanation for my finishing this book.The mama Terry thing was not only creepy but just utterly stupid. I tried to understand that a baby seeing a guy with long hair could think him a girl. But does a baby think in such terms - this is a boy, and that is a girl? So every boy with short hair is daddy and every girl with long hair is mama? Duh?And I really tried to find the baby Chase cute, but every time [...]

    11. I can't think of anything new to say about this book that hasn't already been said. But I feel I have to mention my favorite WTH moment, (view spoiler)[ A Male nanny in a black suit complete with tie and hair tied in a bunSeriously?, for a one year old?. The grand parents are charmed enough from one glimpse of Mr business Nanny (they never actually speak to him), that they drop their custody suit.(hide spoiler)]Its a 1 star really but I'm pushing it up to 2 because Chase was a cutie, and if you [...]

    12. Hunter is a cosmetician and the owner of a famous cosmetics company. He is somehow involved with a woman and they have a lovely baby, Chase. Suddenly the mother is killed in a drunk driving incident, leaving Chase in Hunter’s hands.Caught flat footed he asks a friend for help covering day care and is recommended Terry a male baby-sitter. Though a little uncomfortable with a male baby-sitter, even though Hunter himself is a gay cosmetician, he agrees to let Terry stay.Chase falls in love and im [...]

    13. Shawn Bailey is a new-to-me author, and the writing was simple, easy to read, and follow. I just didn’t care for this book. I might try this author again, as I really wanted to enjoy the story—I love men with children plots. The storyline is common for this trope; man with a child needs a nanny and poof…a sexy one shows up…but Nanny Dearest fell flat for me from almost the very beginning.I felt so bad for the Terry. I loved his character. He’s trying to make his way through college and [...]

    14. Leaving a child, especially a very young one like Chase in this story, with someone else must be one of the hardest things to do for a parent. Whether the carer is a nanny or a babysitter is just a difference of degrees of worry, I think. And when the deceased mother’s parents sue for custody on top of everything else, the situation comes close to a nightmare. That is what Hunter, a successful businessman, has to contend with when his current nanny gets married and he is up the creek, so to sp [...]

    15. Okay, so this could have been a 4 or even 5 star read. I had some major issues though and I could not give it more than 3. In some ways my three has been rounded up because I like to be nice. Nanny Dearest starts off relatively well. A single father is looking for a nanny for his one year old son, Chase.My first issue (view spoiler)[We don't find out how Hunter had Chase. We know he loved Chase's mother, but he's gay and it sounded like he was out for a while I'm not sure how that works. I thoug [...]

    16. Running a successful business is hard work anywhere, especially so in Hollywood. One of the best cosmeticians in town, Hunter Monroe is busy with his company and being a full time single parent. Years of partying and drinking with his ex Rebecca were great, but then their son Chase came along. Rebecca didn’t want to be tied down so Hunter assumed full custody which became a moot point after she died in an alcohol related car accident.Chase’s nanny abruptly quits which leaves Hunter in the lu [...]

    17. Hmm, well, it was okay. And unless I hate it, I don't like to rate under 3 stars. So here's how I feel(view spoiler)[I did like Terry and Chase and their interactions with each other. But other than that, I didn't connect with the characters. There was no 'falling in love'. It was just sorta like "Oh he's pretty and my baby calls him mama" straight to "I love him, I'm gonna ask him to marry me". Why do you love him? It just felt like there were missing scenes. Ones with actual feelings. Oh and d [...]

    18. 3.5 stars. I have a bit of mixed feeling about it. I like pretty but oblivious to his beauty kind of men. So I love Terry. I like men with power and money. So I like Hunter. And I loooove nanny stories. But I have an issue with this one's plot flowing. I like the story and the big picture of it, but there are not enough emotions, nothing I would want to call it love. I donno, it would have been better if it took time and pages to develop the characters and the relationship.

    19. I'm glad I gave this book a try even after seeing some of the negative reviews that it was given. It's a sweet read with no drama so if your looking for something light and sweet it's good. I usually do not like stories dealing with babies but this one was an okay read. Father and son meets Terry and both fall in love with him and lives HEA.

    20. Wow what an unrealistic mm story. I admit, the comic was written really good. And Chase what adorable. But all romantic emotions between Hunter and Terry just didn't fit. And the sex scene at the end, wow what a bad written work. It wasn't even romantic. And I wont start how low on the scale of hotness it was. For my taste at the bottom.

    21. It was a nice book and I mostly enjoyed reading it, but I do agree with some other readers, that the writing's kinda juvenile and the second part of the story do look like a Harlequin romance (not that I've read a lot of those, but still). I loved the sweetness, but there's still a lot of room for improvement :)

    22. This book was strange and had me scratching my head. In the first half of the book, it read as if both of the characters were straight, then suddenly they're both gay. I also felt like most of the plot points were added in randomly and then discarded just as quickly. The baby was cute, but certainly not enough to save this book.

    23. I read the reviews and the rating, thinking "it can't be that bad" but it is!Really bad, silly book, no substance.The kid was 1 and half years, and acted like a 6 month baby.Terry is stupid and annoying, and Hunter is a blah character.The story could have been good, but it's just boring.

    24. I was in the twilight zone. Suddenly at 48% of the book the 2 men become gay. WTH!,,,, the author did not bring her point across properly at all, and what's up with the grandparents. One meeting with the Nanny and they back off. Just too much for me.

    25. Perfect people live perfect lives and have perfect sex, the end.That's it. That's the entire novel. That's all there is to it. You're free! You're free!

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