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@Download Ebook Ì Code Name: Nanny ò Forget about counterterrorism, organized crime, and money laundering Female FBI agent Summer Mulcahey is about to enter the terrifying world of ballet classes, science tutorials, and carpoolingAfter working six months straight on a hideous kidnapping case, all Summer Mulcahey wants is a serious dose of sun, surf, and sangria Instead she gets her craziest assignment yet going undercover as a nanny for the family of San Francisco s female DA, who s poised for a splashy, high society wedding to the country s most popular senator Code Name Nanny is classic Christina Skye sexy, riveting, and unforgettable This is the first book I have read by this author and I have to say I really enjoyed it The characters were fun and the story was exciting I liked the intertwining story lines with Cara and the Senator alongside Summer and Gabe The one thing I really liked was that the story did not end abrubtly as soon as the mystery was solved Each individual story was wrapped up nicely with plenty of pages That was a nice change My library only has the next in this series, but I will be hunting out mor This is the first book I have read by this author and I have to say I really enjoyed it The characters were fun and the story was exciting I liked the intertwining story lines with Cara and the Senator alongside Summer and Gabe The one thing I really liked was that the story did not end abrubtly as soon as the mystery was solved Each individual story was wrapped up nicely with plenty of pages That was a nice change My library only has the next in this series, but I will be hunting outfrom this author Despite the cover not striking my chord, I was pleasantly surprised when I started reading this book The characters and plot were well written and complex and wove together seamlessly to create an amazing story I enjoyed third very much and will readof her work. I don t think there s anything wrong with this book that some heavy editing wouldn t fix While filled with likeable characters and done in a decent prose, as a whole, the book was disjointed and dragged on, after a clumsy stumble The story begins when FBI agent Summer Mulcahey starts her new assignment posing as a nanny to keep a junior prosecutor and her two children safe She meets Navy SEAL Gabe Morgan when he strolls naked out of her shower, victim of a prank by Summer s charges, Audra and I don t think there s anything wrong with this book that some heavy editing wouldn t fix While filled with likeable characters and done in a decent prose, as a whole, the book was disjointed and dragged on, after a clumsy stumble The story begins when FBI agent Summer Mulcahey starts her new assignment posing as a nanny to keep a junior prosecutor and her two children safe She meets Navy SEAL Gabe Morgan when he strolls naked out of her shower, victim of a prank by Summer s charges, Audra and Sophy Audra is your typical sullen teen Sophy is a quirky little girl with psychic powers Their mother, Cara O Connor, is engaged to a presidential hopeful and in the midst of prosecuting a very dangerous man On the heels of the shower incident, Gabe and Summer get locked in a garden shed and find themselves getting hot and bothered while Gabe helps her out the roof They wind up working closely together when it s revealed Gabe was hired by Cara s fianc , Senator Tate Winslow, to keep her family safe They have a few hair raising adventures, but the story is bogged down by too many touching family moments I don t think the author is adept at keepingthan one story going at a time, but it s manageable Our hero and heroine bring things to a head when they go on a spying mission to Mexico and get chased by the bad guys We go through the typical separation of Gabe and Summer when their assignment is over, but their reunion goes awry Summer hunts Gabe down to declare her feelings, and this is when the story should have wrapped Unfortunately, in an attempt to be different, the book gets horribly clumsy and starts to drag We have our false reunion, followed quickly by the real reunion, which makes me wonder why the false reunion was even necessary it wasn t , just before the wedding of Cara and Tate I got the impression the author was muchfond of her characters than I was and couldn t bear to let them go Despite its flaws, however, the book was not badly written It just needed a committed team of ruthless editors to clean it up As a fan of light chick lit and romantic suspense, I loved this book It had my favorite elements in it The suspense plot was good and blended well with the romantic side of the story To be honest though, I didn t care too much about the romantic relationship of the main character, Summer I actually liked the secondary relationshipCara and Tate s story was better in terms of the romantic ideal They made you want to root for them at all cost and they re the reason why I sped through th As a fan of light chick lit and romantic suspense, I loved this book It had my favorite elements in it The suspense plot was good and blended well with the romantic side of the story To be honest though, I didn t care too much about the romantic relationship of the main character, Summer I actually liked the secondary relationshipCara and Tate s story was better in terms of the romantic ideal They made you want to root for them at all cost and they re the reason why I sped through this book Story wise, theirs was theintriguing and substantive story I was hooked on the mystery behind Cara s secret, and how it would affect her a well known ADA and Tate a potential presidential candidate , as well as their family I say family since I see Cara, Tate and the kids as a unit already Tate s practically a dad to the girls anyway, as noted in one scene wherein they fetch him from the car to bring him inside like they did their mom Yes, the story is supposed to center on Summer and her romance with Gabe, but I felt that her interaction with and reactions to Cara s family relationship was better than her own with Gabe, which deepened much later That s another reason why I wasdrawn to the parts with Cara, her daughters, and Tate By the time you get involved with Gabe and Summer, you already have a special affinity to Audra and Sophy s part of the story or you ve already made a connection with Cara Tate So, in my honest opinion, what gave the story substance was Cara and Tate s relationship and their family dynamic involving Summer The suspense and light action portions of this book were just a nice bonus