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    What a great read that deals with the difficulty of giving up a child for adoption and finding your way back into his life. Secrets can cause more pain and the truth can set us free to be who God intended us to be. I loved the compassionate way Sammy is written and that he is shown as important as sometimes autism is viewed in a negative light. This is an enjoyable read that delighted my heart with its realistic characters and great plot line that is well developed. Besides how can you not pick this up because of the adorable cover. I received a complimentary copy from the author. The honest review and opinions are my own and were not required.
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    3,5****

    Hidden emotions, life-changing secrets, regrets of the past, and one little boy in the middle of the mayhem - an emotional read that brought a range of feels to the top and had me reacting from smiles and sighs to tears and even with displeased annoyment. I loved little Sammy. He was such a joyful boy, facing his challenges, and trying his utmost to communicate and show his love to his guardians. Arianna Shrader was misjudged and mistreated by those who were supposed to have her back and guard her against the hurdles of the world. She was easy to relate to and I admired her determination and giving spirit. She knew that some of her choices in the past caused pain to others, she owned up to them, and often put other's needs in front of her own. At first glance, Jack DeMoise seemed like a good, kind, generous, considerate man. I liked him, I understood why Arianna would fall for him. I liked his honesty, him standing up for Arianna and for the possible relationship they could have - until he didn't. Jack and Arianna had a connection, they had a lot in common, they shared the interests, they shared the faith in God, and they both loved Sammy. The attraction was palpable, even though they were slow to act on it. What happens when Arianna's secret is revealed, was a tough setback to me. Jack takes the betrayal, that wasn't necessarily Arianna's, to the next level, and his behavior becomes something that is hard to look over or get redemption from. I struggled with this, and how it affected others around Jack, mostly to Sammy but also to Arianna. In a way one could say it is what it is - even Christian people can be hateful and mean, even people of faith make mistakes and judges others unfairly. And that is all true. Yet despite the sweet romance, the growth in faith Arianna experience, the adorable Sammy, the hope-filled ranch, and Jack standing up to his father when needed, the way Jack continued to react after the secret is revealed - that was a bit harsh towards Arianna. And the reason why I will give this book ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
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    The Nanny's Secret Baby

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from Harlequin via NetGalley and I am voluntarily reviewing it. First I would like to mention that I absolutely LOVE the cover. I mean I could just pick up that little cowboy and his bear and hug him to pieces!! This story was a wonderful tale. Jack and his late wife adopted Sammy in a closed adoption. Unbeknownst to Jack, Sammy is his sister-in-law's baby. Arianna has a child out of wedlock and she knows that adoption would be the best thing for her child. Even if giving him up breaks her heart, she wants the best for her baby. Her sister Chloe, unfortunately, can't have children and convinces Arianna to let her and her Jack adopt him but on the condition that Jack doesn't know who the birth mother is. The road to a HEA is a difficult one here. It is strife with guilt and a sense of betrayal. How these two grow close and to each other and overcome obstacles, is a true gift to behold. This is a sweet, clean romance that is faith-filled. I adored reading this story and getting into contact with the characters' frame of mind with the dual POV that it is written in. To me, it draws me closer to the characters, plot and humanizes the characters. If you love a faith-filled sweet, clean romance, then read this one. I haven't read the prior stories in this series and can see where prior characters are making appearances by reading their synopsis. I highly recommend this story to anyone.
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    This is an inspirational story about acceptance, f

    I had a bit of trouble with the H in this one. Jack comes off as a bit judgmental right out the gate He had an inkling his little partner was autistic but now that the diagnosis is confirmed he decides to hire a nanny to ensure little Sammy gets a head start ensuring the best for his future Arianna Sammy's aunt ( as for as Jack is concerned) offers to help but Jack is not to keen on the idea of someone so vibrant and full of life caring for his little guy- How can someone so full of life stay organized? How could she possibly care for little Sammy properly? - and cue me not so happy with Jack Arianna has her secrets but she also had her reasons. I enjoyed the strength she showed and that she took the time to evaluate how her decisions would affect everyone, not just her. As Jack spends time with her and begins to see past the label he originally placed on her he finds his original judgment may have been a bit harsh. This is an inspirational story about acceptance, forgiveness, and family. #TheNannysSecretBaby #NetGalley
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