When Katie McKnight gets lost location-scouting for her father’s TV studio, she stumbles upon the perfect setting for their angsty new teen vampire series—a remote barn house unfortunately occupied by a grouchy, disheveled, and incredibly sexy man who instantly mistakes her for the new nanny. Should Katie tell him the truth, or get her foot in the door?

Bestselling author Vance Kerner doesn’t just have writer’s block—he’s been run ragged ever since he was saddled with taking care of his brother’s three kids, an adopted kitten, and a runaway mutt. The last thing he needs is a teen drama defiling his property, but with fascinating and unconventional Katie underfoot charming the entire Kerner household, Vance is finding it harder and harder to say no.


Katie McKnight is working for her father who owns a movie studio and she thinks she has found the perfect location for a new series that they are going to be making. She loves the house, the old trees, and is just the feel for the vampire series. What she does not except is the screaming coming from inside the house and the little boy she is looking at who is a mess, along with the inside of the home. When she meets the owner Vance Kerner who is an author and is late for a meeting, she cannot get a word in edge wise because of all of the noise. After a fantastic whistle that calms everyone down for a short while she explains that she is not the nanny from the agency, but a location scout for a movie studio. She also agrees to watch the three children while he goes to his meeting. Vance is so taking by Katie that he wants to do anything to keep her there with him. He is watching his brother’s three children while he is deployed and his sister in law is recovering from a fall she took. Taken back by the quietness and the house being cleaned when he comes back from his meeting the two of them come to an agreement of Katie helping him with the children so he can meet his deadline for his new book, and will sign the contract. This at least is what he tells her because Vance has fallen for her and just does not know how far yet. Both of them are attracted to one another, and at the same time have to work through issues with their fathers. What really makes this book is all of the characters that surround these two people and how the author weaves them in and out of the story to make it funny, or a little serious at times. Both the lead characters are ones everyone likes and everyone wants them together but they need to take care of the past in order to have a future. This is a very good book, and has some very funny moments. I really enjoyed all of the characters also. I got this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 5 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com 

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