Married to the Manny

Married to the Manny I don t want to leave this country I don t want to leave my boss When the American government finds out Gordon s here illegally he fears he ll have to leave the precocious nine year old girl he nanni

  • Title: Married to the Manny
  • Author: Daisy May
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I don t want to leave this country I don t want to leave my boss When the American government finds out Gordon s here illegally, he fears he ll have to leave the precocious nine year old girl he nannies as well as her single, gay DILF of a father Gordon s always kept his relationship with his employer professional, and now he ll have no chance to change that Exce I don t want to leave this country I don t want to leave my boss When the American government finds out Gordon s here illegally, he fears he ll have to leave the precocious nine year old girl he nannies as well as her single, gay DILF of a father Gordon s always kept his relationship with his employer professional, and now he ll have no chance to change that Except If you married a citizen, you could get a green card Cole makes the proposal out of concern for his daughter She adores her manny, and Cole doesn t want to shake up her life again The offer has nothing to do with the attraction Cole s always felt for the sweet Canadian caregiver The entire world has to believe we re in love As Gordon and Cole strive to portray a realistic relationship, both of them fight their growing feelings Will their fake marriage become real enough to convince the immigration office Married to the Manny is a 200 page standalone gay romance, with a HEA and no cliffhanger.

    One thought on “Married to the Manny”

    1. The only problem I had with the writing was that scenes and POV switched in the middle of a scene and it took a little bit to catch up. While the story started out a little slowly, I enjoyed Gordon's relationship with Cole and his daughter. But the more Gordon and Cole's relationship developed, it seemed that Cole's daughter wasn't as important, and I would have liked to see her included more. Cole and Gordon's relationship was strong and I feel that they really connected. I enjoyed how they sol [...]

    2. With such a great premise – marry for a green card – we had such high hopes for Married to the Manny, but they all fell short.Gordon is a nanny, a Canadian that is working in the USA illegally. Immigration finally catches up with him with a deportation notice for 90 days. He doesn’t want to leave his life and his job, and really loves the little girl he is looking after, not to mention his sexy boss, Cole. But, Cole has an idea to get Gordon a green card – they get married. Seriously, ho [...]

    3. Gordon is a twenty-seven year old nanny who came to the U.S. on a work visa. He let his visa expire two and a half years ago and now he has ninety days to leave. Cole, his current employer, was married to a woman and had a daughter, Kerry, and then he figured out he was gay. Cole likes Gordon and wants him to stay so he asks Gordon to marry him so he won't get deported. Not as a love connection, but as a marriage of convenience.This was an okay story. I got a little annoyed at the lack of commun [...]

    4. Another KU dud :-(!! Check out this obnoxious example: "Still legal tender, and USD.” He laughed. “Not that there’s anything wrong with your country’s attempt at currency.”“Hey, I’m trying not to go back to Canada. You can insult it all you want."HEY!!!!! First of all, enough the Canada bashing! Plus, you're Canadian, whether or not you want to live in your birth country is irrelevant, but don't fucking insult it or stand by while someone else does!! Are you really okay with encour [...]

    5. Good readThis story was written well and has a great storyline. My only complaint was that the MC's seemed to spend the first half of the book questioning whether the other was interested. It just seemed to be never-ending angst for a while there. There characters were sweet and engaging. The ending was a surprise, not what I was expecting but that was a good thing. Would recommend

    6. 2.5☆ rounded up This was a cutesy book. It's about Cole who is the employer and Gordon the Manny. Gordon let his visa expire and is told he will bethere deported in 90 days. Cole decides to marry Gordon so he can get his green card. There was a lot of "he doesn't really feel this way" that it got repetitive. I would recommend if you are looking for something cute and light.

    7. My biggest problem with this book it that it has so many stereotypes. Rich guy, caring sweet guy, both liking each other but not knowing, spoiled but cute kid, ect. This took all the cliches of a married for a green card story and all of the cliches of a manny story and threw them together. For me it was boring and I can't say that he two characters sparked any feeling for me either.

    8. This was a good mix of sweet and hot. Like a spicy candy. These two both care for each other but are insecure and think its not reciprocated. The little girl is my fave, she's so sassy and adorable. When these guys do get together- super sexy! It was an enjoyable read for me. I received an exclusive arc of this.

    9. All in all, this was a cute book I enjoyed. There were a few things I didn't like, but I liked Cole and Gordon, and thought that they made a cute couple. It was fun following their story and seeing them get their HEA. I was gifted an exclusive copy.

    10. the book started ok but in the end what kind of parent leaves his child for love ? When at the begging all we heard is what a good father he is

    11. Was going to be 2.5/5, but the names were too cliche. The Canadian manny was Gordon Bruin. A Barenaked Ladies CD + a Hockey Team.

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