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Second Chance Love

By: M. Robinson
Narrated by: Connor Crais,Samantha Summers
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I never imagined I’d be a single dad, let alone traveling overseas for three months—my little girl and boy alongside me—to open my international agency. I needed a nanny.

The fifteen I fired in the last few months weren’t meeting my demands nor expectations. Until her.

Except it wasn’t that easy. Not only did I break her heart nine years ago, she was also my best friend—and client's—little sister.

From Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author M. Robinson comes a grumpy-single dad/nanny enemies-to-lovers romance.

©2022 M. Robinson (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Ridiculous points of contention with 20 mins of actual plot

So this audiobook was a little bit hard to stomach. the performances were really great. But the relationship was so toxic and all the true points of contention in their relationship made absolutely no sense in the real world. There was really only about 15 minutes of actual plot near the end. Also as much as I love some dominance and rough play when it’s consensual in the bedroom the bulk of the book outside of the sex scenes was just two men who seem to be controlling and gaslighting and not allowing a woman her own autonomy the whole time that is distinctly not sexy.

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