I liked this book because it falls under the catagory, never judge a book by its cover. You meet a man with a dark and painful past who needs help raising his beautiful daughter, in comes nanny extrodinare who also has a past but not as dark but just as painful. This story makes you think twice about how you see others.
Linda C. (Seagull) reviewed Taming the Beast (Wife, Inc., Bk 3) (Silhouette Desire, No 1361) on
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To Richard, lovely Laura was like candy dangled in front of a baby--he was offered the sweet, but denied the taste. Yet sometines grizzly bears enjoyed a taste of honey...and in fiction the disfigured Mr. Rochester won the love of Jane Eyre. So Richard dared to woo his green-eyed goddess, gambling that-like Jane-Laura would one day declare, "Reader, I married him." (back cover)