But Gina won’t have anything to do with that guy who played with her heart that night—he’s a heartbreaker—no matter how much her niece and nephews adore him now. Besides, the two come from different worlds. Gina’s a workaholic career woman; he’s the irresponsible flirt. Whenever they meet, there are fireworks, and not the good kind.
That is, until her sister wins a cruise to the Caribbean and asks the two to babysit for 2 weeks. Sparks fly as they find a way to play house without burning the place down. Forget marriage—these two shouldn't even date.
And what do kids know anyway? Maybe everything.
This book has a lot of humor and funny moments in it- mostly involving young children as Gina and Ashley become co-babysitters for their niece and nephews. It seems that everything that can go wrong, does go wrong at some point or another which makes everything seem all the more crazy.
I liked Gina and Ash. They were fun, relatable characters and I enjoyed their interactions and banter, especially in the beginning with the "first meet". I wish there would have been more of those kind of moments. Sometimes I felt like the focus of the story got to be more about the children than Gina and Ashley which made this book feel a bit long. (It IS a long book at over 300 pages!) The kids are cute, don't get me wrong, and the author nailed the ages, but maybe a more condensed version of all their antics?
Regardless, I really did enjoy the story. It was easy to visualize and easy to like all the characters involved. Their faults made them human and endearing and I loved how it all came together in the end. This book is guaranteed to make you smile.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.