Publishing Date: October 24th, 2017
Genre: Contemporary Romance
I wasn't supposed to fall in love with the nanny.
When my wife left, she took the illusion of happiness with her, and I've been caught in a free fall ever since. For nine long months, I've been fighting to figure out how to be a single dad, how to be alone.
For nine long months, I've been failing.
When Hannah walked through the door, I took my first breath since I'd found myself on my own. She slipped into our lives effortlessly, showing me what I've been missing all these years. Because Hannah made me smile when I thought I'd packed the notion of happiness away with my wedding album.
She was only supposed to be the nanny, but she's so much more.
The day my wife left should have been the worst day of my life, but it wasn't. It was when Hannah walked away, taking my heart with her.
Staci Staci Staci what have you done to me, you’ve swept me away on a beautiful journey with Hannah and Charlie.
This is a single parent story with a difference, Charlie was left to get on with family life after his wife walked out in him and their children. I really liked this take on the genre it really was a refreshing change to read about a man who puts everything on the line for his kids they come first in his list of priorities. Hannah is the nanny that comes into the family’s lives just when they need it most.
What did I love about the story the answer is easy I loved everything. The way the characters mesh together, the way the story develops, the children’s love for Hannah, the way Hannah’s culture is woven into the story. It’s beautifully written it’s romantic and poignant, it’s tender and passionate it’s heartbreak and healing. At time’s I felt I was right there, my heart felt like it was busting wide open with all the emotions the story provoked.
The decision to buy this book should be a no brainier because you will love every word.
reviewed by Sweet Spot Sisterhood
So for those of you that will scratch your heads trying to remember, Elliot was Mary's sister and the female lead in A Thousand Words. If you haven't read it, you absolutely should. I can't even tell you how much other than to say Staci Hart will destroy your heart in the best of ways. Those that have read it, know exactly what I mean.
It took me a few minutes and a glimpse at my review of Thousand to remember but when the lightbulb light, I was good to go.
A Little Too Late is everything you expect from Staci Hart. It is emotional, sweet, and has you begging for more while hoping for less hurt. Be ready for a case of the feels...
Innocent beauty, harsh reminders, and reality are not the best mx. However, berries, lemon, and cheese appears to be a big seller. With my dreams of visiting this kind of bakery, i can only hope its o. the same block as Wasted Words.
I cannot tell you enough how much I loved this book, the outcome, and the high I had once I finished it.
It's word every penny even if you think it's...a Little Too Late. sigh, just sigh.
reviewed for Sweet Spot Sisterhood
Staci Hart writes some Nanny love in A Little Too Late. Hannah didn't have much luck with her first nanny placement. The husband started to come on to her and touch her inappropriately so she bolted. Now she has been placed with Charlie Parker, a single workaholic father of two. Hannah is skittish at first, but soon warms up and falls in love with.....the kiddos. Seeing how his children interact with Hannah shows Charlie what he is missing out on. It makes him want to be a better father. Charlie's wife walked out on rack. Seeing Hannah with her children brings Charlie's ex crashing back into their lives. Does she really want back in their lives or is she just wanting to use them as pawns? Unfortunate incidents send Hannah back to Holland, but is it A Little Too Late for Hannah and Charlie? You'll just have to read and find out.
I am really into single dads right now and this book fed my addiction. I love the storyline and the connection between Hannah and Charlie. I even like Katie and her all knowing presence. I love the dual perspective because I like knowing what goes on inside both the main character's heads. I like seeing the internal struggles.
P.S. Staci should totally publish all those yummy recipes in the back of this book.
This 4 Star review is for The Sweet Spot Sisterhood Blog. Enjoy!
Staci Hart never disappoints! This was another beyond amazing romantic tale that reels you in and holds you captive, until the very end. I loved Charlie in A Thousand Letters, and I loved him even more in A LIttle Too Late. A workaholic single dad and his au pair...how could you not be obsessed with this story?! I loved every minute, and so will you. READ THIS BOOK!
Reviewed by #TheUnratedBookshelf & Sweet Spot Sisterhood