About the Book:
Computer-tech millionaire Bowie Callahan is about the last person that schoolteacher Katrina Bailey wants to work for. As far as she can see, he's arrogant, entitled and not up to the task of caring for his young half brother, Milo. But Kat is, especially if it brings her closer to her goal of adopting an orphaned little girl. And as her kindness and patience work wonders with Milo, she realizes there's more to sexy, wary Bo than she'd ever realized.
Bo never imagined he'd be tasked with caring for a sibling he didn't know existed. Then again, he never pictured himself impulsively kissing vibrant, compassionate Katrina in the moonlight. Now he's ready to make her dream of family come true…and hoping there's room in it for him, too…
I enjoyed another visit to the charming town of Haven Point. Like other stories in the series, it stood well on its own; however characters from other stories make quick appearances and those not familiar with the series may wonder why they walk across the stage.
Bowie didn't know he had a younger brother until his mother died. Suddenly this workaholic from a dysfunctional family was tasked with raising a disabled child. He'd been through several nannies and had another one hired--but she couldn't start for a few weeks, and he needed someone asap.
Katrina has always wanted to be a mom and is looking for money to pay adoption expenses so she can adopt a South American orphan. She meets Bowie and Milo when Milo is having a meltdown in a store. Bowie offers her a job as a temporary nanny at far more money than a job like that usually pays, and since she needs the money, she takes the job. Of course neither Bowie nor Katrina expects things to go further than employer/employee....
Like Thayne's other books, this one doesn't go beyond passionate kissing.
As the mother of an autistic son I enjoyed watching Katrina work with Milo, though Thayne made it a bit too easy in my opinion.
I'd like to thank the publisher for making a review copy available via NetGalley. This was a quick enjoyable read so I'll give it a B.