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    I loved it!

    The CEO's Christmas Manny is the first book I've read by Angela McCallister and what a great introduction to her writing! It appears that this book might be her first M/M romance and it's also the first book in the Beyond the Boardroom series so there are more books to look forward to! Sasha Lindsey loves making a difference for people, especially for kids. He's forced to leave his teaching job after a bad break-up and must find work quickly. His irresponsible parents often rely on him to pay their mortgage and he also has a car payment that he can't miss – he loves his truck and can't lose it. He really wishes that someone would take care of him for a change. Billionaire Nic Price needs help. He became guardian of his sister's kids when she and her husband died; he doesn't know anything about raising kids and he's had trouble keeping a nanny employed. Sasha's qualifications for the job are great but the off-the-charts chemistry between Nic and Sasha might be a problem. This story has a lot of stuff going on in it but not in a bad way. Nic's parents are jerks who have unrealistic expectations of him. He's put his job as CEO of the family business ahead of everything, including being with his niece and nephew. While he has seen to it that they are well cared for he's blind to the fact that they are acting out because they need his love and attention. This story had lots of feels and made me cry both happy and sad tears. When things go wrong because Nic is being stupid I loved the way that he tried to make things better with Sasha and that Sasha made him work for his forgiveness. I'll be looking for more books by this author. A review copy was provided by the publisher via NetGalley but this did not influence my opinion or rating of the book.
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    Sweet Christmas read for all year round

    Tipping the babysitter/governess trope on its head, The CEO’s Christmas Manny is a such a great Christmas read. The characters of the novel shine through and the story is an engaging and entertaining one. With all of these emotions flying around, it’s find it hard not to fall in love with Nic, Sasha, and the kids. I would recommend this for anyone looking for a sweet and emotional read this Christmas!

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