About The Mostly Real McCoy

The Mostly Real McCoy

Our arrangement was supposed to be for just one month…

Single-dad Mac needs a temporary nanny for his daughter, Daisy. I need a second job until my promotion kicks in. Since our arrangement is only for one month, I am positive I won’t get attached. Medium positive. Okay, I’m negative.

This is a terrible idea.

Because I can’t give Mac and Daisy what they need, and I won’t risk breaking their hearts. But his green eyes and her crooked pigtails have me dreaming about forever. And who can resist a dad buying pink ballerina tights after a day spent in a hard hat?

The thing is Mac is a fixer, and I need to repair my own life. Better yet, I don’t want to feel broken. So it’s a good thing the worst has already happened to me. Nothing will hurt more now.

Water can’t get wetter, Brooke.

That’s what I keep telling myself.

Too bad I’m all wrong…

My review

I LOVE this type of book! It’s a rom-com and it’s so well done. I really loved every bit of it.

Brooke is our main female lead. She’s moved to Apple Valley to get away from her problems. It was kind of fun that the reader didn’t know exactly what those were until later in the book. Brooke has a job as a security guard at the local library as she waits for a better position to open up. But she is terrible at it! Her boss complains that she is far too nice to be a security guard. So he fires her when she appears to be being unkind to a library patron. This scene was such a funny opening scene/meet cute. You’ve got to read it!

Mac is the male lead. He’s the kind of guy who is chivalrous and kind. And a really great dad. I loved how much he cared for his daughter, Daisy. And Daisy is the cutest! Don’t get me started about how much I loved her. I loved how Mac recognized the immediate connection that Brooke had to Daisy and quickly enlisted her help. But he really shines when her parents show up later in the story.

This book is all that I had hoped it would be and more! I loved every second of reading it. And I can’t wait for the next one!

I borrowed a copy of The Mostly Real McCoy using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.

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