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    Loved!

    LOVED it!! This is an absolutely fantastic friends to lovers story that had my emotions all over the place. Deacon Latrell and Hannah Fisher have been friends since childhood. Two misfits that worked perfectly together. Deacon had a tough family life and was considered a bad boy. Hannah had a loving family but was shy and held back because of a stutter. Now all grown up these two have remained close but not as close as Hannah would like them to be. Will Deacon ever see her as more than the shy girl next door?? Now he has the opportunity to go on tour and he wants Hannah to go along as a nanny for his son. Could this be Hannah's chance to show Deacon how good they can be together? A fantastic read that I highly recommend to everyone.
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    A sweet, and lighthearted romantic story

    I loved it! It's a sweet, and touching romance. Two friends who have always been there for each other fall in love without even realizing it. Now they both feel as if they're the only one in love with the other so keep trying hiding their true feelings until those feelings can no longer be hidden. Hannah was used to people being cruel to her. She didn't have many friends until she met Deacon. He changes her, taught her to be strong. For as long as she can remember he has always protected her, helped her, and been a good friend to her. But now she wants more. She is in love and somehow she needs Deacon to realise that she is the one for him. He is her family and she wants to be the same for him. Deacon is having very inappropriate feelings for his childhood friend. It bothers him, he should not be thinking of her romantically. Will their friendship survive if they start wanting more? Soon they realise that whatever happens they just need to follow their hearts. And their hearts belong with each other. It's a lighthearted romantic novel. I think anyone who enjoys a good contemporary romance will love this book.
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    So much fun! I especially loved the "Easter eggs!"

    The friends-to-lovers trope is one of my favorites ever, and Rachel Harris does it so well! <3 I love the relationship between Hannah and Deacon. The friendship that won't quit, no matter how many ups and downs they have to go through. (And Deacon's son Max just makes the relationship that much more adorable!) This was the perfect escape, allowing me to find my happy in a not-so-great day. <3 The best part? I loved the little references to some of my favorite movies, TV shows, and books that were slipped into the story for me (and everyone else, I guess) to find! Made me feel like I was sharing a series of inside jokes with characters that felt like they could be my real-life friends.
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    Fantastic

    Hilarious, entertainingand sweet. I loved it and would recommend it to everyone. The book was awesome. a definite 4 stars read from one of my favourite author. The characters were lovely, amazing and intriguing with a captivating plot.
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    Great series

    I don't know how it is possible that I forgot just how much I LOVE Rachel Harris and her stories. And while we do get the band and their SOs, all of whom appeared in the previous stories (Your're Still the One and Accidentally Married on Purpose), this story really concentrates on Hannah and Deacon. They have such a deep and emotional connection, and a history that goes back to their childhood - a time when they helped save each other. It's given them a bond that has lasted through a lot of ups and downs, so it is easy to see why romantic feelings could be a complication. I love Hannah and I admire how much she's willing to put herself out there to try to convince Deacon to see her as more than a friend. Having a stutter as a child meant that she spent a lot of her formative teenage years as a bit of an outsider, so she doesn't have a lot of experience being flirty or seductive. Besides the potential embarrassment there is also the chance that any moves on her part could affect her relationship with Deacon so it takes a lot to take that chance. Deacon had an terrible home-life, with a mother who pretty much checked out on him. The day Hannah brought him home to meet her family is the day everything changed. He had people who loved him and cared for him and made sure to teach him how to be a good person. Unfortunately he still has doubts about his worth and doesn't want to take any chance that he could lose that, especially if it means he might not have Hannah in his life any more. Unfortunately for him, Hannah's got a plan :) My heart just turns over for these two. It's scary taking the chance on something more when you could lose so very much. But if they do take the chance and it lasts, their lives can only get better. Harris does a fantastic job of making readers understand their connection and why they mean so much to each other, how hard it is to explore a romantic relationship and how hard it is not to, and delivers a realist look at what happens when proximity (and Sherri) heats things up. Gotta love that girl! Emotionally laden, The Nanny Arrangement showcases Harris talent for delivering genuine characters and captivating plots that draw you in and keep you coming back for more. (Since this does focus a lot on the two main characters, it can stand on its own.) *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
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