Billionaire's Babysitter (A Man Who Knows What He Wants #20)

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Cole: My brother and his wife are KIA in Afghanistan and suddenly I’m a single dad to five-year-old Benjamin. He’s a great kid, but he’s also a terror on two wheels. When he literally runs into the neighbor girl with his bike, she straightens out his bad behavior on the spot. I know immediately I’ve found my babysitter, and my gut tells me I’ve found a whole lot more.

I may have made billions in foreign exchange, but when I exchange the single life for a night in with her, everything changes.

Anna: My dad’s best friend is suddenly the single dad next door. I wasn’t expecting I’d be expecting anytime soon, but when I babysit Benjamin for the first time my motherly instincts kick in and I realize there are different ways to have a child…but will the breathtaking billionaire next door be the only one who is thrust into parenthood, or will his child become my child too?

*Billionaire's Babysitter is an insta-everything standalone romance with an HEA, no cheating, and no cliffhanger.

Book Info

  • Original Title:Billionaire's Babysitter (A Man Who Knows What He Wants #20)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.44 / 10
  • Genre:Billionaires
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B06XZNZYCS
  • Publisher:Published May 13th 2017

Content

CHAPTER 1

 

 

Anna

 

The worst week of my life continues.

 

It was just last month that I proudly wore my cap and gown. I graduated from NYU’s prestigious Stern School of Business with a degree in finance. NYU is only sixteen minutes away from Wall Street, and it’s one of the top five universities in the country for my major. My grades were good. I had networked like crazy for four years, even bypassing on spring break in order to gain real world experience, whatever that means. I was sure I was going to get a good job right away.

 

The real world was a lot tougher than my professors led me to believe. Data and behavioral science computer programs were in vogue on Wall Street now. Why hire humans when they could just buy a couple of machines to crunch numbers round the clock?

 

I was up to my ears in student loan debt. ...

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