Mr. Nanny -The Nannies Read Online Sam Crescent

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Erotic, Romance Tags Authors:

Total pages in book: 36
Estimated words: 34035 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 170(@200wpm)___ 136(@250wpm)___ 113(@300wpm)

He never signed up for love…

Annie Wells needs help. When she’s suddenly given a baby to care for, she doesn’t have a clue what to do. She needs someone who knows how to help. Annie turns to Caleb Nanny, hoping he can teach her how to take care of the baby that is now her responsibility.
One look is all it takes for Caleb to know that Annie is a sweet, young woman. She looks so distraught, so he takes pity on her. He agrees to help and it has nothing to do with how sexy her ass looks—or maybe it does. He can’t fight his attraction for her.
What started out as a pity job, soon turns into more, and when Caleb tells her that he loves her, he knows he’s gone too far. But what will happen when Annie attempts to give him the memory of a lifetime? Will he reject her, or will he finally fall for the woman that loves him with her whole heart, and never wants to let him go?

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Chapter One

Caleb Nanny knew he shouldn’t take the job. He had plenty of men and women perfectly capable of being a nanny for however long it took to train this woman.

Annie Wells—the woman who had walked into his office building less than twenty minutes ago and asked if he had a nanny who could train her to take care of her baby.

“I know it sounds crazy,” Annie said.

He held his hand up. “No, it doesn’t sound crazy at all. You must understand we’re not the kind of company that trains people to take care of their own children.” He’d already noted the lack of a wedding ring, so he didn’t know her story.

Annie opened her mouth, closed it, and then glanced down at the child in her arms. “Er, she … er … she isn’t my child.”

Caleb tensed up. Was this woman about to admit to kidnapping? He went to discretely reach for his phone to call the police when she lifted her head. “I’m her … she has no one. Her parents died and I was down as next of kin, so she is mine now. I’ve not stolen her or anything. I know how crazy that sounds.”

He relaxed. “No, it doesn’t sound crazy.”

Annie laughed. “Trust me. If you heard the whole story, you’d be thinking all of this is a little crazy.” She licked her lips. “I … I always thought when I had a child, I’d know what to deal with, how to handle this, but I just … it’s all a little … it’s just too much. I don’t want to screw this up. I don’t have time to read all the books.”

“Parenting is more than about the books.”

“I know that. I’m willing to pay for whatever help you can provide.”

He wanted to tell her that she seemed to be doing more than okay. She held the baby in her arms, securely if not lovingly, from what he could see.

“It is rare for us to have a baby to nanny,” Caleb said. “Depending on the customers, the position is either live-in or—”

“Live-in,” Annie said. “I saw all the options on your website. I know what you offer, and I would like a live-in nanny for perhaps six weeks to three months, however long it takes to teach me how to take care of a baby.”

He should tell her no. This was wrong. He was attracted to her, and that was very bad for business. But she looked distressed.

There were plenty of nannies in his company. He’d not been a nanny in a very long time. Ever since he started up his company, it had been a huge success, providing an abundance of skilled and qualified nannies.

She looked so helpless and lost.

“I can start today,” Caleb said.

“Oh, thank you. Thank you so much.” Annie got to her feet. She still held the child in her arms as she stepped toward him.

Vanilla. He couldn’t help but detect the subtle hint of her perfume, and it was sweet, making his mouth water. He offered her a smile, when all he wanted to do was press his face against her neck and breathe her in. There would be plenty of time for that.

“Here’s my address,” she said.

“I will bring all the relevant documents over with me, and when you’re in a much more comfortable environment, we can go through them.

“Thank you. Thank you so much.” She looked down at the baby in her arms. “You hear that, Tara? He’s going to make sure I don’t mess this up.”

“Her name’s Tara?”

“Yes.” She offered him a smile. “Thank you.”

“Look, I can’t promise anything. Being a nanny is not easy, nor is being a parent. I can only offer you the basics in taking care of her.”

“That is more than fine.” She pressed her face against Tara’s and he watched as she gave her a kiss on the cheek. “What happens now?”

“I’ll gather all the relevant documents and meet you back at your place, Miss Wells, and we can go through the finer points of my employment.”

“Awesome. Okay. I will meet you back at my place.” She grabbed the bag she’d put on the floor beside the chair. “I really do appreciate this.”

He nodded. Moving around his desk, he followed her to the door and opened it for her. Escorting her all the way to the elevator, he waited with her.

“You must think so badly of me, asking for help.”

“Not at all.”

Annie turned toward him. “Seriously?”

“You’re asking for help because you want to do the best possible job in raising her. That is not something to think badly of.”

She breathed out a sigh of relief.

“How long have you had her?” Caleb asked.

She cringed. “Two days.”

He chuckled.

She started to talk but the elevator doors opened and she stepped inside.

“Don’t worry, Miss Wells. I’ll help you wherever possible.”