NEW RELEASE!! Make Me Yours by Tia Louise ~ Sarah A’s Review

He’s a billionaire single dad who needs help.
She’s a sassy single gal who needs work.
Live-in nanny? What could go wrong?

Remington Key: I left the Navy, scored a billion in tech, got married, and had a baby. I did everything by the book. Happily ever after, right?

Fast-forward four years, and I’m alone, raising my daughter, caring for my mother-in-law, and trying to keep my stuff together. How did this happen?

I was clearly drunk the night I offered a gorgeous girl in a bar $500 a day to be my live-in nanny. Or maybe it was my dick talking.

So what if I’ve been alone since forever? I’m focused on launching my new business, not bedding the sexy siren who sleeps down the hall.

At least that’s what I keep reminding myself…

Ruby Banks: Remington Key is distant, brooding, and ridiculously sexy. And when he scoops up his adorable four-year-old daughter Lillie and blows raspberries on her tummy while she squeals with delight, my ovaries literally explode.

Bumping into him at our local pub that night slightly drunk and overly frustrated was a total accident. He needed help, and it was the Christian thing to help a man in need. Right?

Only, Remington Key does not make me feel very Christ-like… No matter how committed I am to being a responsible employee.

(A small-town STAND-ALONE CONTEMPORARY Romantic Comedy. This is Ruby and Remi’s hilariously adorable love story.)

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Make Me Yours was adorable.  I loved Ruby and Remi, but the best part of the book was Lille and the fierce love everyone in her life had for her.  I can’t imagine how this story could have worked without her.  She was the key to everything.

We first met Ruby in Make You Mine, and I knew then she was a force to be reckoned with.  What I didn’t realize was how much of the bravado she displayed was to protect the broken little girl inside her that was seeking affirmation and acceptance.  I appreciated how fearlessly she lived her life, and how she did her level best to refuse to let anyone else dull her shine.  Her moments of vulnerability – as private as they were – made her real and lovable.  I loved that, at the end of the day, she took charge of her life and did what she had to in order to make herself happy and sure of her place in the world.

My heart was broken for Remi before I ever really knew him.  I could not, for one second, imagine what it would be like to lose my spouse.  I wasn’t surprised that he’d shut himself down, it seemed like what I’d do.  Watching him come back to life as Ruby became more entrenched in his and his daughter’s lives was life-affirming.  His fearless pursuit of Ruby, once he realized how much he wanted and needed her, was beautiful.  He was a wonderful father and a supportive partner, and there was no way anyone in their right mind could have resisted his charm.

Ruby, Remi, and Lillie were perfect together.  They all gave one another pieces of things they’d been missing in their lives.  Each of them seemed to be surviving alone, but once they found each other, they began to thrive.  Watching their little family grow together and begin to flourish was lovely.

Tia Louise is the USA Today best-selling, award-winning author of When We Touch, the “Bright Lights,” “One to Hold,” and “Dirty Players” series, and co-author of the #4 Amazon bestseller The Last Guy.

After being a teacher, a book editor, a journalist, and finally a magazine editor, she started writing love stories and never stopped.

Louise lives in the Midwest with her trophy husband, two teenage geniuses, and one grumpy cat.

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