She’s a professor studying sexy cowboys. How could she guess she’d fall for one?
Nancy Verano’s spending the summer on a Texas ranch disguised as a nanny, secretly filling in for her unreliable younger sister. She never meant to trick handsome rancher Max Richter, but she has to publish or perish, even if it’s a pop culture magazine article about hunky cowboys. Might as well research her article while bailing out her sister.
Max has no idea that the nanny he hired for his two children was an actress who based her résumé on her role as a nanny in The Sound of Music, nor that she’s been replaced. It doesn’t take him long to figure out that Nancy’s clueless about housekeeping, but she does have a gift for corralling children.
Before long, Max and Nancy are falling for each other. But what will happen when she tells him the truth? After all, he’s hated psychologists ever since his first wife ran off with their marriage counselor.
Under its original title, Heaven Scent, this book won a WordWeaving Award for Excellence.