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by Lisa Plumley

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Plumley not only delivers a fun-filled premise, clever dialogue and a delightfully sexy sports-loving hero, she brings to life a memorable, hilarious and utterly unique heroine readers will adore. This is pure romantic fantasy and an absolutely entertaining novel from start to finish.

L.A. heiress and party girl Marisol Winston is used to getting her way. Unfortunately, her shopaholic habits land her in a rehab center followed by a harsh work-study program:
a stint as a nanny in the boondocks without a credit card. Good thing Marisol's got such a plucky spirit. Six-year-old triplets, she can handle. Their hunky father? Not so much.

Arizona-based quarterback Cash Connelly knows his career is on the line. He has one last chance to get
re-signed to his professional football team; he just needs to make sure his kids are well cared for while he's busting his quads at training camp. This new nanny, however, isn't like all the others. Not only are his children
enraptured by her, he can't keep his eyes -- or hands -- off her, which means trouble. Big trouble. (ZEBRA, Jul., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Marilyn Weigel

Publisher: Zebra

Published: July 2007

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