If I’m going to survive Christmas as a brand-new single dad of a five-year-old, I need a nanny. Preferably a nanny I can keep my hands off of.
The last thing I expect when I arrive for a job interview is to discover Damon Bragg hiring a nanny for his five-year-old daughter. A daughter no one in our small town of Winter Falls knows about.
There’s no way Damon will offer me the job considering the one and only time I saw him, he kicked me out of his brother’s wedding.
But when I meet his adorable daughter, Skye, I can’t help begging for the nanny position. I don’t know who’s more surprised when he offers me the job – him or me.
Living with Damon and Skye is a dream come true. Experiencing snow and Christmas in Winter Falls with the single dad and his daughter is everything I’ve always wanted but thought I could never have.
And then there’s Damon. His thick brown hair and warm brown eyes are enough to snag my interest. Add in his six-pack abs and strong shoulders, and I’m ready to jump him. If he weren’t my boss, I would. I might anyway.
Santa, all I want for Christmas this year is to become a family with a single dad and his daughter.
Welcome to Christmas in Winter Falls!
This single father small town romantic comedy features a woman who has screwed up a lot in her past but is trying to make up for it now, a brand-new single father who knows he should keep his hands off his nanny but doesn’t want to, an adorable five-year-old girl no one can resist, five brothers shocked to find out big brother’s been hiding a five-year-old secret, and a whole town of hippies convinced they’re the best matchmakers this side of the Mississippi.
Bragg’s Christmas is a standalone novel in the Bragg Brothers series.
“This definitely made it to the top of my favorites for 2023 and #1 in Winter Falls! I loved Damon, Love, and can’t forget about Skye.”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“This book really is excellent. It has everything I like to find in a good book: funny, realistic, intelligent banter, well-developed characters, and a lovely setting of quirky Winter Falls town. There is passion, support from family and friends, finding redemption, justice, and love.”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“This one is a must-read – it’s a perfect blend of humor, heartbreak, and heartwarming moments that will keep you hooked from start to finish. Once I started reading, I was immediately immersed in the story, feeling like I was right there in the room where these conversations were happening.”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“This was such a fun book. I laughed, and I cried because of the sweetness of it. It’s a story of redemption and forgiveness.”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“Omg I loved this crazy story with all the secrets and misunderstandings and the best love story for the grumpy oldest Bragg brother. I loved the way the Bragg brothers all help to make each relationship work and their grand gestures will have you cracking up.”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“This is such a great book, I absolutely love this series.” ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“Super cute nanny and single dad romance with an absolutely adorable child named Skye.”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“Winter Falls never lets me down. Loved this book. Love this series!”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“What a delightfully unexpected mean-girl swerve!!”⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
“You’re not a comic book hero no matter how much you may resemble one.”
Damon smirks. “You think I resemble a comic book hero?”
I tap my chin and feign studying him. “Maybe The Thing. A massive, orange rock man.”
“I’ll show you orange rock man,” he grumbles before tickling my ribs.
“Stop!” I hold my mug in the air where it’s safe. “The hot cocoa will spill.”
He stills. “I wouldn’t want to waste chocolate.”
I nod. “Exactly. Spilling chocolate is akin to murder.”
He chuckles. “I’ll have to ask Peace to add ‘spilling chocolate’ to the list of crimes in Winter Falls.”
“Don’t joke. The people of Winter Falls have a penchant for criminalizing the weirdest things.”
“Give me an example. And not any of the weird environmental rules either.”
“Weird environmental rules?” I widen my eyes. “You better hope the gossip gals are tucked up in their beds fast asleep and not aiming their binoculars at us now.”
“Why? What are they going to do? Tar and feather me?”
“Shush. Don’t give them any ideas. They actually made a request to the Chief of Police for town pitchforks because you can’t quote ‘run someone out of town without a pitchfork’.”
“Those little old ladies would never run anyone out of town.”
I sigh. “Oh, how naïve the newcomers can be. Those little old ladies are a force of nature. They do yoga several times a week to stay in shape in case they ever need to chase a suitor again.”