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Review: The Nanny

I loved this book! It touched on some tough topics, such as loss, but also manages to be fun and engaging. The book starts out with Cassie frantically trying to figure out how she is going to make rent and pay bills having just lost her job. She doesn’t want to go back Only Fans after an experience she had, so she applies for a nanny position, one that honestly sounds a little to good to be true.

When Cassie and Aiden meet, there are some sparks, but they both know they have to keep things professional. Aiden’s daughter has chased off several nannies and he’s somewhat desperate for help. It becomes harder and harder for Aiden and Cassie to ignore the spark between them. When Cassie realizes Aiden was one of her top Only Fans, she has to make some decisions…

The tension and longing in this book was fantastic! The writing is top notch and I couldn’t wait to see how the author would resolve all of the threads that were unraveling. I enjoyed this even more than I expected to and will be on the lookout for more from Ferguson!



After losing her job and being on the brink of eviction, Cassie Evans finds herself with two choices: get a new job (and fast) or fire up her long-untouched OnlyFans account. But there are no jobs to be found, and as for OnlyFans. . . . Well, there are reasons she can’t go back. Just when all hope seems lost, an ad for a live-in nanny position seems the solution to all her problems. It’s almost too perfect—until she meets her would-be employer.

Aiden Reid, executive chef and DILF extraordinaire is far from the stuffy single dad Cassie was imagining. She is shocked when he tells her she’s the most qualified applicant he’s met in weeks, practically begging her to take the job. With hands that make her hindbrain howl and eyes that scream sex, the idea of living under the same roof as Aiden feels dangerous, but with no other option, she decides to stay with him and his adorably tenacious daughter, Sophie.

Cassie soon discovers that Aiden is not a stranger at all, but instead someone who is very familiar with her—or at least, her body. She finds herself at a loss for what to do, given that he doesn’t remember her. As their relationship heats to temperatures hotter than any kitchen Aiden has ever worked in, Cassie struggles with telling Aiden the truth, and the more terrifying possibility—losing the best chance at happiness she’s ever had.

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