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After a one-night stand, Lauren’s sister became pregnant, gave birth, left the baby girl with the father and disappeared. But Lauren’s not about to leave her niece with the kind of monstrous man who would toy with a woman’s heart. Lauren steels herself to confront Dade in his penthouse apartment...only for Dade to mistake her for his new nanny! This gives Lauren a master plan: she’ll live with him as his nanny in order to find proof that he’s unfit to be a father, giving her a fighting chance in the pending custody battle. But will spending her vacation with this known playboy prove to be more dangerous than she could have guessed?

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Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages
editor's comment - February 6th, 2015

Heroine comes to see hero for her sister’s daughter. Her sister met hero in a party and had baby, however hero took her baby and left. So heroine comes for custody. However hero thought that heroine is the new nanny and took her to vacation in his villa. In order to take back the baby, heroine pretends to be the new nanny although she doesn’t have any experience of raising kids. During the time, heroine knows that the one who left her sister is not hero but his twin brother. And also, hero knows that heroine is not the nanny…

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This one is one of those feel good stories by the end of it. The only small issue I had was with the female lead. But I think if I read the novel to see how the female main ended up going on that vacation, I may end up liking her more. If the situation is exactly like the manga where she just pretended she was someone else, it seems a bit too dishonest for me to like her... but if in the novel he has it so she doesn't get a word in edgewise and she just comes along without saying if she is Quinn or not, then I wouldn't have any issues with her at all. In the manga she is given time to tell the truth originally but chooses not to. Lying to get in the door which made me feel it was a bit wrong when she got off so freely. Anyways, overall it's a good story with good art. I enjoyed it.

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