The first story in the book by Emma Goldrick is my favorite. I liked Philomena's sense of humor and personality. She was believable and likeable. Penn Wilderman is the tall, dark and handsome man that is blind. His son is going through some difficult times and Philomena is hired to care for him.
The problem starts from the beginning with Penn being arrogant and used to having his own way. He assumes the Philomena is an older plump,stodgy woman when nothing could be farther from the truth. Philomena accepts the challenge but then has to keep her identity a secret. The twists and turns of the story make for a delightful read.