Book Reviews of Rafferty's Choice (Harlequin American Romance, No 394)

Rafferty's Choice (Harlequin American Romance, No 394)
Rafferty's Choice - Harlequin American Romance, No 394
Author: Dallas Schulze
ISBN-13: 9780373163946
ISBN-10: 0373163940
Publication Date: 5/1/1991
Pages: 252
Rating:
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2.8 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Wanted: Housekeeper/Nanny-not wife! Cook, clean and care for a child they were the three requirements Denver doctor Rafferty Traherne sought in a woman. So how did he end up with Amanda Bradley? she clutched her cookbook, Cooking for the Culinary Illiterate, like a Bible and regarded household appliances as mortal enemies. And she was much too young and much too pretty...But his precocious daughter, Becky, had taken a shine to Amanda, so how bad could she be? Rafferty was about to find out....
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Clean,cook and care....Housekeeper/Nanny - only
but... once the child falls in love, is the father too far behind...
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This is a good series. I have read several of the Born in the USA set. This is one of the better ones.
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WANTED: HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY--NOT WIFE!
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BACK COVER: WANTED: HOUSEKEEPER/NANNY--NOT WIFE!
COOK, CLEAN, AND CARE FOR A CHILD-THEY WERE THE THREE REQUIREMENTS DENVER DOCTOR RAFFERTY TRAHERNE SOUGHT IN A WOMAN. SO HOW DID HE END UP WITH AMANDA BRADLEY? SHE CLUTCHED HER COOKBOOK, COOKING FOR THE CULINARY ILLITERATE, LIKE A BIBLE AND REGARDED HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES AS MORTAL ENEMIES. AND SHE WAS MUCH TOO YOUNG-AND MUCH TOO PRETTY....BUT HIS PRECOCIOUS DAUGHTER, BECKY, HAD TAKEN A SHINE TO AMANDA, SO HOW BAD COULD SHE BE?
RAFFERTY WAS ABOUT TO FIND OUT.....
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Schulze is great as usual!
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Rafferty wanted a housekeeper to cook, clean and watch his daughter, Becky. Becky wanted Amanda to make her little family complete. Amanda wanted to prove herself. So why did Amanda accept a job that she was clearly unqualified for? Rafferty's pink underwear and Becky's melted windbreaker proved that laundry wasn't one of her skills. But instead of getting angry, why was Rafferty seriously considering hiring a housekeeper for his housekeeper when it became apparent that Amanda's only skill was caring for his daughter? Is love enough of an answer?

Well, this is a romance so-- duh. But a cute story wit alittle bit of depth. I'll be looking up this author for other reads...