Cam DeSantis’ life is a hot, steaming pile. How else would you describe losing your husband, your job, and your money all at once? Desperate times call for desperate measures, so when salvation comes in the form of one intolerable a-hole, who just happens to be the starting quarterback for the vaunted NY Titans, she has no choice but to accept his offer as a live-in nanny slash teacher for his eight year old nephew. Now all she has to do is find a safe place in her mind to hide whenever she feels the need to throat punch him into tomorrow…which is often.
Calvin Shaw has zero interest in women. Wait, wait––let me rephrase that. He loves women, he just doesn’t want anything to do with ‘um. Not since his wife, presently ex-wife, got knocked up by the guy she was cheating on him with. Problem is––there’s one living in his house. And he doesn’t know what’s worse, that he promised to be civil, or that he’s attracted to her.
ARC from NetGalley Cam has been through a whole lot of crap the last few years. She lost her husband, and found out he was doing some pretty shady things that end up costing her everything in her life. Now, she's trying to find a job, but that gets harder and harder every day.
When she gets the opportunity to be a live in teacher, she thinks that's the only option she has, especially with the amount of money she will be getting paid. But, when she finds out she will be working for the rude Calvin Shaw things get even more complicated.
Cam does her best though, and as time goes on she starts to learn more about Cal that changes her mind about him. But, it could be too late to turn back the clock now.
This book was very good. It had a very wonderful story line that kept you interested during the whole story. And it also had very interesting characters that didn't really make you want to pull your hair out.
I enjoyed the relationship the hero and heroine had as well. It was a slow burn, friendship first type of romance that led to them being a beautiful couple.
Now, there is a few things towards the end that bothered me. It sort of felt rushed at times, and a few things made me slightly confused, but then it all worked out well.