Series: Kingsmen Football Stars #2
Release Date: February 15th, 2023
The Kingsmen’s best wide receiver.
Hot as hell.
A stallion in the sack.
How do I know that last fact? I may have shared a one-night stand with him six months ago when I was rebounding from a broken heart.
I didn’t forget him, but I was done with him, until I discovered he’s the single dad of the boy I’ve been hired to nanny.
It’s near impossible to ignore my attraction to him now that we’re living under the same roof—but I have no choice.
First, this job pays well, and I need the money to move out of my parents’ spare room.
Second, he’s a public figure and there’s no room for me to get caught up in a scandal with him—I can’t disappoint my parents again.
Third, men like Brady were built to break hearts. I barely managed to piece mine back together after my failed engagement and Brady would do irreparable damage if I gave him the chance.
Let the longest three months of my life begin…
After enjoying the first book in the series and meeting Brady Banks for the first time, I was really excited to see what happened with his book. It was fun and cute, and Piper Rayne have a good way of introducing you to all the other guys who are getting books in the series and making you love them in the process. This one had a lot of tropes that I enjoy as well, so nobody is surprised that I read it in two sittings.
In You Can’t Kiss the Nanny, Brady Banks, you’ll find:
✨ forbidden romance
✨ single dad x nanny
✨ forced proximity
✨ hot football players
✨ one night stand to lovers
✨ lots of Legos
✨ a cute kid
✨ sports romance
While reading this book, I got the feeling that there are a few more Piper Rayne books I need to read because of who Brady’s parents were and the awesomeness they brought to the story. But all that aside, this one was enjoyable. The tension and chemistry between Violet and Brady was captivating and watching these two pretend like there’s nothing going on is always a fun time. After sharing one of the best nights of their lives, Brady and Violet go their separate ways without sharing names or phone numbers. While Brady is a single dad, the mother of his child is still in the picture and has to go away for work for a few months. Enter the nanny service and Violet appearing on his doorstep. After having spent a while looking for her, to have Violet under his roof is a lot for Brady to handle. And for Violet, this is more than she signed up for. But she’s good with Theo, Brady’s son, and she fits into their life pretty well. So what can go wrong when you act on your feelings and take the shot you know will upset the balance of everything?
This has definitely gotten me curious for the next one, because it’s another book with a bunch of my favourite tropes and I am super curious to see how Chase navigates the mess that is coming his way!
Thanks to Valentine PR for the advance copy. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.