"She had a backbone. Sort of. It just so happened to be a nice one."
Sunny needs money. Crippling debt left over from her grandmother's long illness has left her with few options - she needs a job. So when she finds out that Sam Calloway needs a nanny for his twins, she jumps at the chance. Surely she can be a good nanny. Certainly better than she was playing a princess at the local amusement park. Besides, as much as she wanted one, happily-ever-after wasn't her forte. Sam Calloway doesn't trust women, especially not Sunny who seems to be worming his way into their lives. There has to be more to her than she seems. But despite himself, he can't help but fall for her sweet and innocent act.
My Opinion: This was a wonderfully sweet book that makes you believe in the magic of love. Sunny is a wonderful character - finally a sweet girl that is actually someone you'd like your daughter to grow up to be like. Kind, loving and compassionate, she is a fun and sweet character. Sam is hurt, unsure of how to trust and love again. Their romance is fun and full of all those warm fuzzy feelings you always want to feel. A sprinkling of side characters add in some good depth to the story. Altogether it's a wonderful read and a breath of fresh air to have a book that says it's okay to have a happily-ever-after.
I received a free copy of this book to review. No other compensation was given. The summary and review are 100% my own.