**New Release & Review** The Werewolf Nanny by Amanda Milo

As a struggling single mom with a babysitter emergency, I’m relieved when Finn Cauley—Irish heartthrob, my boss, and my work-friend-who-I-keep-at-a-distance—takes me by the shoulders and says the four most beautiful words a stressed-out woman can ever hear:
I will fix this.
Finn proceeds to literally drag a free babysitter into our house, for which I’m super grateful, really.
I just have just one teeny, tiny concern.
Our new nanny is a werewolf.

This story is a slow-burn romance with more than 100,000 words of wereshifter fun.
**Note: If you fall in love with the hero and want to claim him for yourself, swipe right on your kindle. Like a genie’s bottle, there’s a chance something magic will happen. But if swiping right only results in turning to the next page of the story, then I’m sorry—your copy of this book did not include one magical hot guy. Please try again with another story!


Nancy’s Review

Reading Amanda Milo is always a treat! This isn’t your typical werewolf story. Susan is a (divorced) single mom of 2 girls. She cannot find a safe and reliable babysitter to save her life! So her boss, Finn, who happens to be an Alpha wolf, takes it upon himself to provide her with one. Finn lends her Deek as a live-in werewolf “nanny.” The thing I love about this story is that Deek (given name is Lucan) is a submissive werewolf. It made for a lot of hilarious circumstances. Milo’s writing is SO entertaining and sassy. I was laughing through this book and explaining parts of it to my family members. The school “incident” is foremost in my mind. I just loved everything about The Werewolf Nanny! It is the perfect release right at the holidays because it is truly about family. I’m stealing Lucan as my book boyfriend this week! He is so sweet, thoughtful, and hot – I need more of that in my life. :::wink::: The Werewolf Nanny is a holiday treat you don’t want to miss! Thanks, Amanda! 5 stars

Amanda Milo is a diehard lover of romance. She has written sweet sexy plot ideas, snappy dialogue notes, and crammed entire chapters on everything from notebook paper to library book receipts. (Hey, those receipts could get really long sometimes; there was enough space.)

It’s time to share the stories that have stuck with her over the years.

You can reach Amanda at AmandaMiloBooks@Gmail.com

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