Published by Rebekah Weatherspoon Presents on September 26, 2018
Genres: Multicultural & Interracial, Romance, Romantic Comedy
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All Dr. Sloan Copeland needed was someone to watch her kids. What she found was the man of her dreams…
After a nasty divorce and a thousand mile move, Dr. Sloan Copeland and her twin daughters are finally getting the hang of their new life in Los Angeles. When their live-in nanny bails with no warning, Sloan is left scrambling to find a competent caretaker to wrangle her smart, sensitive girls. Nothing less will do.
Enter Rafe Whitcomb. He's all of those things, not to mention good-natured and one heck of a whiz in the kitchen. He's also tall, and handsome, and bearded, and ripped, and tatted, wrist to neck.
It doesn't take long for the Copelands to invite Rafe into their home. Just as quickly, both Sloan and Rafe find themselves succumbing to a heady mutual attraction, neither of them wants to deny. With every minute they spend under the same roof, this working mom can't help but wonder if Rafe can handle all her needs...
**This stand-alone romance is fluffy. So fluffy. It’s fluff. Low. Angst. Fluff. featuring a large tatted, motorcycle riding ginger man, who bakes a mean bacon quiche and knows exactly how to wrangle clever six year olds while making their mom feel loved, loved, loved.**
While RAFE is a stand-alone novel here's a suggested reading order to get you to this point
SATED (Fit #3) (Meegan)
SO SWEET (Daniella and Duke origin story)
WRAPPED (Meegan, Shae, Sarah)
I like my novels to be high in angst so trust me when I say reading Rafe by Rebekah Weatherspoon was a different experience because readers were told up front that this would be low angst.
However, I’ve always been interested in reading about a male nanny, and buff male nanny and a heroine that resembles Michaela Pratt from How to get away with murder meant that I had to read this novel.
Dr. Sloan Copeland is a medical prodigy and at 28 is a cardiothoracic surgeon. When we first meet her, her nanny left the children at home unannounced and she’s left scrambling for a new caretaker.
Enter Rafe, the tatted up gentle giant who’s fantastic with children. He comes highly recommended and both families he’s worked with adore him to this day.
The problem? Well, they’re attracted to one another. And while their relationship may seem inappropriate, they can’t hide their feelings.
Sloan is all about her children and her work. Romance has been the last thing on her mind but this intelligent and corny single mother needs to let some good love into her life.
Rafe was exactly what the doctor needed. He was attentive, calm and fantastic with Sloan’s children; Addison and Avery. He managed to be sweet yet firm and a really solid hero.
This syrupy sweet novel is a perfect evening or weekend read.