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Rose Stone was left broken hearted after Silas Jones married someone else just to save his family farm. Three years later after his wife dies and his in-laws try to take custody of his daughter, he goes back to Rose and asks her to marry him. She is still angry and not willing to forgive the pain he caused her. He needs a nanny to care for Millie. Will Rose be persuaded?
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Love Inspired Historical
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 6.62 X 4.22 (inches)|
The Nanny Agreement
Widower Silas Jones needs a mother for his daughter, and marriage could help his former sweetheart repair her tattered reputation. Yet he can't blame Rose Stone when she refuses a marriage of convenience after he once broke her heart, marrying another woman to save his family's farm. He's blessed Rose agrees to be his nanny. If only she'd look at him again with the warmth she shows little Milly
Rose's tarnished past hasn't quelled her spirit. She's building a good life in Colorado with her infant sonand the glimmer of a future with Silas. But when his in-laws try to claim Milly, Rose must decide if the makeshift family she and Silas have forged can reopen her heart to love."
Sandra Burson5 Stars Out Of 5A Wonderful Old West RomanceDecember 24, 2016Sandra BursonQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This was an excellent read. I found myself taken in by the characters and this little western town right away. Although I felt sorry for the hero and heroine and the circumstances they were in, at first I didn't think that I was going to care for them so much. Through their conflict and tension, I couldn't help but pull for both of them. There were enough twist and turns to the plot to keep your interest and to keep you guessing. With out giving anything away it does end with a happy, satisfying ending. I love Love Inspired books. I can count on them being, clean, wholesome and a good read. Something I can pass on, or recommend to my daughter or neighbor. This one by Danica Favorite is no exception. I highly recommend this book. I was given an early copy for my honest review.