The Shifter’s Nanny By T. S. Ryder


The Shifter's Nanny by T. S. Ryder
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In The Shifter’s Nanny, we find Rose Doctor applying for a nanny position for the first time in five years.  After leaving an emotionally abusive relationship, Rose needs a job, and she has a degree in childcareArriving at Devon McGullicuddy’s for an interview, Rose finds the handsome panther shifter needs a nanny for his baby girl.  Neither of them is looking for a relationship or love.  However, fate has different ideas.

As their relationship builds, an old trauma in the form of a rabid stalker will appear on the scene to throw a monkey wrench into the works.  Come along with Rose and Devon as they fight their feelings, fight an evil stalker, and find a love which was worth waiting upon.  My shifter romance book reviews of The Shifter’s Nanny follows.


Firstly, let me say, how much I enjoyed this short, intense book.  Most shifter novels are full of explicit sex; I must commend T. S. Ryder for using prose rather than sex to sell this story.  Secondly, although a love scene does occur, it is tasteful and well-written without being offensive.

With twists and turns, Ryder kept my attention as she led me through Rose and Devon’s journey.   Setting a fast pace which remained smooth throughout, I became enmeshed in Ryder‘s shifter world.  With an original concept of humans and shifters living side by side, I found this refreshing as most novels have the shifters hidden from humans.


Judas and Jezabel By C. Y. Brown



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Set in New Jersey, Judas and Jezabel is an intense look into a dysfunctional family. Rich beyond measure, Sharon and Connor hire a reputable nanny, Carol, for her baby girl, Cindy. The family appears a fully functioning stable home. However, beneath the surface hides, greed, lies, deceit, and betrayal. As time passes, the marriage hits the rocks. Carol, stuck in the middle, watches as these two battle over everything from parental rights to money, play psychological games, lie, and defraud. Trapped in the middle of these battles are Carol and young Cindy.

Come alone as author C. Y. Brown gives us a look inside the marriage, attitudes, and divorce of the rich.  As well as how this rich family really saw their employees. My contemporary novel review of Judas and


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