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    Delightful

    I adored this delightful story right from the very first page. Mallory is a wonderful strong character and she's not about to let Rhys steamroll her. Getting fired within five minutes of meeting your new boss probably isn't the best way to start a new job but she's faced worse in her life and she won't let all his grumpiness stop her. After the death of his wife, Rhys secluded himself and his young son Oliver away from the world. The last thing he needs is for his son's new nanny to be as tempting as she is. Nope, she needs to go! Try as he might he can't get rid of her and the longer she sticks around the more the walls he's built around his heart begin to crumble. I highly recommend this one.
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    Sweet and spicy romance

    If a story can be both sweet and spicy, this would be a good example. In a play on the classic Sound of Music, we have the sweet and adorable Mallory rolling up as the new nanny for the cold and reclusive widower who happens to be a Billionaire. As you do. Like Maria, Mallory didn't intend to become a nanny. She was going to become a nun and dedicate her life to g*d. Oops, wrong heroine. Actually she is a brilliant chef and destined to be cloistered by her overprotective family in her family hotels for the rest of her natural life. So pretty much the same thing. Cos Mallory has indeed lived a very cloistered life up until now, sheltered by her family after a childhood fight with cancer. Then Mother Superior...aka...Mallory's rebellious and independent streak...tells her she needs to go out into the world to experience life away from the cloisters...er...family run hotel. When a job as a nanny comes up on a secluded island in the Florida Keys she decides it's far enough away from the nunnery/family-run-hotel in NY to allow her to be herself without people breathing down her neck. She figures looking after seven children...aka one little boy...should be a breeze after managing a whole kitchen crew of prima donnas. Rhys has been a widower for several years. The tragic death of his wife has made him a little paranoid about protecting his loved ones. Particularly his son Oliver who never leaves the island. He is also very protective of his emotions due to guilt and stuff. Which isn't a good thing when you are bringing up a preschooler. Or when you find your new nanny is very attractive. Also feisty. Also very attractive. Physically attractive. What's a guy to do but fire her. Of course that isn't quite so easy when there isn't a Mrs Doubtfire lookalike in the background ready to take over and leave your libido safely in oblivion. So Mallory has to stay...for a while anyway. This was a very sweet story with an underlying sizzle that pretty much explodes all over the shop once it gets loose. Let's just say that the nunnery isn't looking at all appealing to our young novice anymore. She's singing an entirely different tune now she has learned what notes Rhys can play. *cough* Overall this was a very enjoyable story of a young woman with a mountain to climb when it comes to opening up the billionaire to new possibilities and a new life. It's clear that somewhere in their youth or childhood, they must have done something good. Cos here they are standing there...well you get the picture.
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    Loved!!!

    I totally loved this book! Rhys is the reclusive billionaire and oh, so sexy he practically screams yummmm from the pages. Mallory is the the formerly cloistered rich girl who is just learning to spread her wings. Her first major act of rebellion is to quit her job and move to a private island to serve as a chef and nanny to a four year old boy. Once she lands there, she is immediately smitten with Rhys, even while telling herself that she can't have him. What follows is a wonderful romance that just made me smile, even as it had enough angst to give it some depth. Yes, it's somewhat predictable, however, it's told so well that I just didn't care. If you are looking for an engaging romance that will make you smile, you have found it in the novel. I'm adding the author to my must read authors' list.
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    Fast paced fun read.

    Not the typical man hires nanny falls in love with her story. The characters were very well developed and it takes a while before he lets himself feel anything. She truly falls in love with the baby so it is face paced and a fun read.
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    4.25⭐

    A Nanny for the Reclusive Billionaire was a quick, easy and extremely absorbing story. That pulled me in from the very first page and never let go. Thanks to the two main characters Rhys and Mallory who were both extremely engaging and likable. As was Rhys's 4 year old son Oliver. Not to mention, this story had plenty of substance and I enjoyed the development of the characters, particularly Rhys who was quite closed off to begin with. Plus, I also really liked the pace at which this story progressed. And as a new author to me, I would definitely read more from Regina Kyle in the future. **I was kindly provided with an ARC by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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