Nanny Jake

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Harlequin, Jul 16, 2012 - Fiction - 249 pages
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The Nanny Had He-Man Muscles!

When Delaney McBride opened her office door, she was shocked to find a sexy deliveryman with a very special package—a baby! Trouble was, the deliveryman claimed that the tiny tyke was homeless—and that he was the baby's nanny!

Delaney wasn't exactly mother material. She had no idea which end of the diaper was up…or how to get a very squirmy baby into it. But Caleb was adorable—if a bit loud.

Jake Turk was another story. Surely this man was a god of some sort, with his chiseled features and extraordinary physique. Delaney wondered what he could possibly know about babies. She was about to find out—because little Caleb came with a contract…one that included Jake.

 

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Contents

Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
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About the author (2012)

Lisa Bingham is a self-described "write-aholic." If she had her way, she would spend most of her day spinning stories. But reality often intrudes in the form of ninth-grade English students, a rambunctious toddler, an adoring husband, and an ornery tabby cat.

Her life is busy sometimes crazy but she is also dedicated to the pursuit of power shopping (when funds permit) and finding the perfect piece of chocolate. She is eternally grateful to her critique group for their technical advice and support and those "retreats with the girls" that help to keep her sane.

Lisa is the youngest of three children and began writing in her teens. Her first book was published while she was in her mid-20s and single. She credits her critique group with finding her husband and consequently approving of their marriage.

Two years ago, she and her husband adopted their first child and she spends her days in pure bliss as a "mommy." Nevertheless, once naptime arrives, Lisa loves to while away the precious hours at the computer, writing about the love and laughter that every woman deserves in her life.

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