Samara Royal feels like life is passing her by. A bookworm who prefers to spend her free-time curled up with a good novel, she doesn't have a lot of opportunities to meet men. Watching her boss, Dr. Lachele, match up happy couple after happy couple only makes matters worse, so she goes to Lachele and puts her love life into the good doctor's hands.
Henry Crider has a five year plan, but inheriting his brother's four-year-old twin daughters throws the plan all out of whack. He needs a nanny, housekeeper, and cook all in one, so he approaches Matchrimony about finding him a bride. He can't fall in love for at least five years, so he needs to harden his heart. Surely his bride will be happy to be exempt from bedroom duties. When he sees Samara walking down the aisle toward him, he knows that she is what his heart needs. Will he be able to keep his vow of celibacy? Or will they fall for each other despite his plans?
I received this audiobook free for an honest review. This was a very heartwarming, satisfying, feel good book. There were highs and lows, and funny and tearful parts. You get it all without erotic sexual content. An excellent read/listen. The narrator did a great job with the characters and their personalities. From my viewpoint, she nailed the accents. I will have to look into more of Kirsten Osbourne's books.
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Samara is tired of watching all of the happy couples that her boss is matchmaking and finally plucks up the courage to ask for a groom for herself. What she didn't expect is to marry Henry, a man with custody of his 4 year old nieces and a 5 year plan. Unfortunately, he's only looking for a nanny, cook and mother-figure for the girls. All hell breaks loose when Samara discovers that her marriage won't be the traditional one she was hoping for. This was a charming journey of self-discovery, forgiveness and love in the unlikeliness of places.
Samara is being matched by her boss and she is hoping for a family man to love her. Henry is being matched so that he can find a live in nanny for his nieces. Good narration. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator.