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  • By Book Addict on 30 April 2017

    We first met Brad and Cara at the West Side Nannies, supporting her friend Blakely who was being interview for a new position. When “BRING THE WET ONES” the call for anyone looking after children. The meeting with Nicole is when she had pooped herself out of fear of being left with strangers. Cara manages to care and clean the child. Then Brad an A list Superstar who is used to getting his own way hires Cara and Blakely to look after his little girl.Little Nicole immediately takes a shine to Cara and so does Brad. He falls for from the beginning, but Cara plays by the rules especially after what happened to Blakely. This book is great, the Bombshell from the title is Nicole a 5 year old that has been sent to live with her father after her mother dies. Brad is still in a state of shock not knowing anything about children.I loved this story, the relationship between Brad, Nicole and Cara was wonderful to watch develop, I can’t recommend this book enough. Come and enjoy another winner from CD Reiss. I’ve already ordered the Audio edition on May 1st, so I can enjoy it all over again.I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  • By Heroesinbooks on 5 May 2017

    Really enjoyable read that tells the story of Brad, a hot Hollywood A-lister who suddenly discovers he has a little girl and that he is now her sole parent, and Cara, the beautiful, cool Nanny who he employs.Brad is struggling with making adjustments to his partying lifestyle and to being the Dad his daughter needs. Cara is one of the best Nanny's in Hollywood -he needs her....in more than a professional capacity.Brad is a great hero. Imperfectly perfect and despite the odd hiccup he is incredibly likeable. I felt quite protective of him at times. It took me a while to warm up to Cara. She is quite cool and aloof but when she gives in to her heart she shows great vulnerability and in the scheme of things it's Cara who takes the biggest risks in falling for Brad.Both their backstories tugged my heartstrings. I loved Brad's family especially -so funny and endearing and they totally keep this Hollywood hottie grounded.Lovely book to spend a few hours with.HEA? YesCheating? No

  • By Lynn Worton on 29 May 2017

    This is an entertaining read. I enjoyed it.Cara DuMont is a character that I fluctuated between liking and being annoyed by her. She works as an agency nanny, but has a rule about not working for celebrity parents. When she meets a distraught five-year-old, her heart melts. However, her father is a completely different matter.Brad Sinclair is an interesting character. I must admit that I liked him a lot more than Cara. He is a successful actor who has made it to the big screen, is in great demand and loves to party. He suddenly finds himself facing the daunting prospect of being a father to a little girl who he had no idea had been born. After a messy incident creates an instant bond between his daughter and Cara, he finds himself intrigued with the woman and tries to hire her as Nicole's nanny. But she's reluctant, which only increases his curiosity and desire to get to know her better.I love reading contemporary romances, so when this book was offered on Amazon Prime to members first (before it's release), I purchased my copy. Unfortunately, due to my large reading list, I was not able to read it immediately.I started to read this book and was quickly hooked. The story is told through the view points of both Cara and Brad. The characters are well developed and lifelike. I loved Nicole. She comes across as a bright and precocious child. I also liked Blakely, Cara's room mate and friend. She is working as a nanny but hoping to get a break as an actor. Unfortunately, due to a mistake in judgement, she finds herself in the newspapers for all the wrong reasons.This is a rather formulaic romance, but I loved watching the relationship between Cara and Brad grow. As I said above, I found myself annoyed by Cara's character. This is because she comes across as a bit of a hypocrite at times. She doesn't want to become involved with gossip surrounding celebrity families, but can't help but fall for Brad almost immediately. I know, forbidden fruit and all that jazz, but I still found myself wanting to bop her over the head and tell her to wake up and get her head out of her butt.Another reason I became annoyed with this book is the way the word 'bombshell' was used. It can be a bombshell to find out that you have a daughter you never knew you had, and you can be a beautiful bombshell, but the way the author used this word over and over again had a negative connotation that made me want to scream. Whether she did this on purpose or not, I do not know. However, by the time I reached the end of the book I was heartily sick of the word. Other readers may not have this reaction, so I will leave it there.The story itself was sweet and the ending satisfactory.CD Reiss has written an entertaining stand-alone contemporary romance. I enjoyed her writing style, which was fast paced enough for me to keep turning the pages and the flow was good. I have never read any of this author's books before, but I would consider reading more of her work in the future.Due to scenes of a sexual nature that are a little on the explicit side, I do not recommend this book to young readers. I do, however, recommend this book if you love contemporary romances. - Lynn Worton

  • By Jx Pink on 24 April 2017

    Such a lovely, lovely read. I swooned and smiled and loved the characters of this sweet, sweet, beautiful swoon worthy romance about a Hollywood superstar and his unassuming Nanny. Brad Sinclair becomes a newly single father when he discovers a Bombshell in the form of his 5-year-old daughter. With literally no clue of how to care for the child his first task and the opening gambit of this story is to find a suitable Nanny for Nicole a character instrumental in the sweet and lovely factor of this romantic STANDALONE story.Brad's life as superstar playboy changes beyond recognition which is the clear impetus for the development of his bad boy persona who easily won my heart with his sexy good looks, charismatic charm, flaws and vulnerabilities. He's perfectly matched with Cara, experienced Nanny and all round wonderful human being. Both protagonists think they knew where they stand, know the terms of their agreement, an agreement centred around the well-being of the child, but what neither of them expect is to find love and this is where the story develops so wonderfully and gave me all those highly desirable butterfly feelings. I basked in the fairy tale romance and delighted in the magic of the story arc as it took me on a sweet romantic journey with characters who show the perfect level of development and heart.#KindleFirstCopyReadandLOVED!


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