Undercover Nanny [NOOK Book]

Overview


MARY POPPINS?P.I.?

Private investigator D.J. Holden lived by the one rule she learned from her boss and foster father: Never go undercover. But when she discovered that his agency was in trouble, she accepted a job to investigate Maxwell Lotorto, the wayward grandchild of a demanding woman and heir to a grocery fortune?.

And became Daisy June, nanny extraordinaire.

What D.J. didn't expect was for her first ...

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Undercover Nanny

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Overview


MARY POPPINS—P.I.?

Private investigator D.J. Holden lived by the one rule she learned from her boss and foster father: Never go undercover. But when she discovered that his agency was in trouble, she accepted a job to investigate Maxwell Lotorto, the wayward grandchild of a demanding woman and heir to a grocery fortune….

And became Daisy June, nanny extraordinaire.

What D.J. didn't expect was for her first undercover job to turn into something more—a passion for Max and for his family unlike anything she'd ever known. But when Max learned the truth about his supernanny's true identity, would her duplicity ruin a chance at true love?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459221956
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 11/15/2011
  • Series: Silhouette Special Edition Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 855,271
  • File size: 680 KB

Meet the Author



Wendy lives with her husband, Tim, and their dog, Chauncie, near the Pacific Northwest's beautiful Willamette River, in an area surrounded by giant elms, bookstores with cushy chairs, and great theatre. Their house was previously owned by a woman named Cinderella, who bequeathed them a garden of flowers they try desperately (and occasionally successfully) not to kill, and a pink General Electric oven, circa 1948, that makes the kitchen look like an I Love Lucy rerun.

Wendy is a two-time recipient of Romance Writers of America's RITA Award and was a finalist for Affaire de Coeur's Best Up-and-Coming Romance Author. When not writing, she likes to take long walks with her dog, settle in for cozy chats with good friends, and sneak tofu into her husband's dinner. She enjoys hearing from readers and may be reached at P.O. Box 82131 Portland, OR 97282-0131.
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