His Potential Wife

His Potential Wife A convenient proposal Dr Scott Galbraith is fed up of women trying to get him up the aisle He s looking for a new nanny not a wife and his ad has one condition the successful candidate must strictly

  • Title: His Potential Wife
  • Author: Grace Green
  • ISBN: 9780373037810
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • A convenient proposal Dr Scott Galbraith is fed up of women trying to get him up the aisle He s looking for a new nanny, not a wife, and his ad has one condition the successful candidate must strictly have no interest in marriage Willow is single and attractive but she certainly seems immune to Scott s charms something which, to his surprise, begins to infuriate hA convenient proposal Dr Scott Galbraith is fed up of women trying to get him up the aisle He s looking for a new nanny, not a wife, and his ad has one condition the successful candidate must strictly have no interest in marriage Willow is single and attractive but she certainly seems immune to Scott s charms something which, to his surprise, begins to infuriate him And suddenly he s thinking the unthinkable a marriage proposal.

    One thought on “His Potential Wife”

    1. This is a real heart tugger - a sweet and slow heartfelt romance.The story of a doctor, a harassed dad of an uncontrollable trio, and a sweet but spunky nanny, who start out on the wrong foot but wade through muddles of a formal employee-employer relationship, children’s behavioral problems, past secrets, wrong choices and other insurmountable to slowly reach their hea.What I found exasperating and adorable at the same time was that the h remained ‘the nanny’ till the last page! It was jus [...]

    2. I read this book just for nostalgia. I was looking at a favorite bookstore since I was in high school which sells cheap, old books and saw this. The story was simple, and mostly the same old story that revolves around the Harlequin, silhouette romance era. Nevertheless, it was still a good way to pass time. I was about to give this 2.5 stars but because of nostalgia I gave it a 3.

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