Growing up and falling in love...
Sometimes family is a blessing and a curse. When Tino Robbins is roped into helping his sister deliver premade dinners when he should be studying for finals, he’s pretty sure it's the latter! But one delivery might change everything.
Channing Lowell’s charmed life changes when his sister dies and leaves him her seven-year-old son. He’s committed to doing what's best for Sammy… but he’s going to need a lot of help. When Tino lands on his porch, Channing is determined to recruit him to Team Sammy.
Tino plans to make his education count—even if that means avoiding a relationship—but as he falls harder and harder for his boss, he starts to wonder: Does he have to leave his newly forged family behind in order live his promising tomorrow?
The Virgin Manny by Amy Lane
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Once Amy Lane writes a sweet story, it's totally adorable, and unputdownable.
This book made me awake until 2.30 AM, and I rarely awake after midnight.
The cuteness? Overload, without giving you diabetes.
And this one is veeeeeeeeerrrryyyyy slow burn, and made me pulling my air, because, well, I'm a hard and fast kind of girl, you know.
But damn, this one is get into my blood and I can't stop thinking how much I wanted to be in the middle of Tino and Channing family! Because! Man, Channing....! He's that kinda man you 'need' to be in your life constantly.
And the ending was like, one of those one 'PERFECT' HEA!
OMG I'm loving this so much ! And I just can't put it into words.
And I'm so going to read it again. Because, fangirling is 'legal'!
* I received the ARC from Dreamspinner Press in exchange of a fair and unbiased review.*
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