by Christina Skye
Code Name: Nanny
Dell, June, 2004.
Paperback, 421 pages.
Subgenre: Romantic suspense
FBI agent Summer Mulcahey has been sent undercover to work as a nanny for the Assistant DA in San Francisco, Cara O'Connor. Cara (who is engaged to a powerful senator with presidential aspirations) has been getting threats to her and her family. Summer's new mission is fraught with problems: mischievous children who don't want a new nanny, the handsome gardener who is really an undercover Navy SEAL working for the senator -- and a shadowy enemy who seems to have the upper hand.
Code Name: Nanny is classic Christina Skye -- it's fast, funny, exciting and full of passion. Neatly weaving in two compelling love stories instead of just one, Ms. Skye perfectly balances the romance with the intrigue. Gabe Morgan, the sexy Navy SEAL, is very appealing and Summer's attempts to be the perfect nanny are really hilarious. This is a sexy, fun read that will have you eagerly awaiting the next Navy SEAL adventure, Code Name: Princess.
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This review was published in the July-August, 2004 of The Internet Writing Journal.
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