A Family of His Own Will s a widower with three little girls including six month old twins to look after Most days it s all Will can do just to get home from his advertizing job in time for goodnight kisses but now hi

  • Title: A Family of His Own
  • Author: Sean Michael
  • ISBN: 9781610406277
  • Page: 133
  • Format: ebook
  • Will s a widower with three little girls, including six month old twins, to look after Most days it s all Will can do just to get home from his advertizing job in time for goodnight kisses, but now his mother in law is leaving the country with her new boyfriend and Will needs the help of a professional nanny.Benji loves being a nanny looking after other people s kids isWill s a widower with three little girls, including six month old twins, to look after Most days it s all Will can do just to get home from his advertizing job in time for goodnight kisses, but now his mother in law is leaving the country with her new boyfriend and Will needs the help of a professional nanny.Benji loves being a nanny looking after other people s kids is the next best thing to having his own, and as a gay man, he figures it s as close as he s going to get He s between jobs and is thrilled when he gets the call from Mannies Incorporated to interview with Will s family.He falls in love with the girls right away, but also finds himself attracted to their father Benji knows he shouldn t moon over his boss, especially when Will desperately really needs his services as a nanny, but he can t help but wonder what it would be like to have a family of his own.

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    1. It's no secret that I love romances that feature men with kids. Mannies Incorporated made my best of the year list. This book is not as good as the first, but I enjoyed it. One of the MCs, the dad, has diabetes and it was an interesting element of the book and gave the book a hurt/comfort flavor that I liked as the nanny tries to get the dad on a more stable course with his eating and insulin. The kids here are very young--twin infants and a 2-3 year old. The nanny was perhaps a bit too starry e [...]

    2. I liked this book a lot better when it was called Daddy, Daddy and Me. I had to force myself to finish reading this because I kept comparing it with DD&M and found A Family of His Own lacking in comparison. Both books have gorgeous men that had recently lost a loved one and were left with kids to raise on their own while working jobs that force them to be very stressed and work a large number of hours, making a nanny a necessity, and both books have nannies that also happen to be gorgeous gu [...]

    3. The second volume of ‘Mannies Incorporated’ offers the same kind of magical combination of a devoted gay manny and a somewhat frazzled, widowed father of three little girls that I loved so much in the first book. The issues are different, but the “manny magic” is the same, and the slow pace of the developing relationship was just right for me—especially considering everything else that was going on in everyone’s lives. And, of course, the kids stole the show with the three-year-old C [...]

    4. SM is cannabalizing her own work now?When Jeff agreed to be the sperm donor to his best friend Beth, he never expected a tragedy to leave his newborn and three year old motherless. That's exactly what's happened, though, and it's totally thrown his life into chaos: his lover has left him, his house isn't anywhere near childproof and his boss feels the restaurant has been patient enough with the time off.Donny has always known he wanted to be in childcare, and he just finished his degree in early [...]

    5. I bought this book based on the first one in the series, I loved it. It was cute fluffy read that had me laughing and smiling pretty much from start to finish. I was hoping for a repeat performance.A Family of His Own was ok, Benji was sweet and he did adore children and really the cutest part of this who book was the 3 year old. But I didn't feel the connection between the MC's the way I did in the first story. Will's struggle to keep his family going after the loss of his partner just didn't h [...]

    6. Another sweet uncomplicated romance. However, for me this didn't quite make it. At the beginning Will is still in super struggle mode over the loss of his partner Dale. I just didn't think the beginning level of mourning and missing moving into having a relationship was in a good time frame. Plus I expected Will to have some kind of survivor's guilt in regards to intimate time with a different person after exclusive in 10 years

    7. Enjoyed. I'm really loving the pacing on this series. Will being a Type 1 workaholic-diabetic, and widower, added an interesting twist to the storyline. Loved Benji. Carolyn's baby-talk got to be a bit much in this one but, overall, this was a great addition to the series. On to Book 3!

    8. *** 3.5 Stars ***When I picked up Sean Michael’s A Family of His Own (Mannies Incorporated #2), I was looking for a sweet, fluffy, funny book with minimal angst. I wanted to read about hot gay men taking care of adorable tiny humans who use improbably precocious dialogue and leave me with a serious case of the “awwwwws” when the book is finished (I swear that shit is like catnip to me – I go crazy for it). So did this book deliver? Abso-freakin-lutely.After some initially heartbreaking m [...]

    9. The second volume of ‘Mannies Incorporated’ offers the same kind of magical combination of a devoted gay manny and a somewhat frazzled, widowed father of three little girls that I loved so much in the first book. The issues are different, but the “manny magic” is the same, and the slow pace of the developing relationship was just right for me—especially considering everything else that was going on in everyone’s lives. And, of course, the kids stole the show with the three-year-old C [...]

    10. I know he's not everyone's cup of tea, but I love Sean Michael and this didn't change my mind. I read the first in this series so when this came along I couldn't pass it up. The story was good, the kids adorable for the most part and Will was believably "floundering" after his loss. Benji comes to the rescue slowly pulling the family together again.This of course let us see that Wills mother-in-law allowed him to flounder. She also seemed to slowly fade from the story as it progressed. I also wi [...]

    11. 3.25 starsSean Michael writes two kind of books: the smutty kind (e.g Jarhead series) where the sex scenes are ubiquitous, and the heart-felt romance with low-in-sex kind (Daddy, Daddy & Me, Long Road). Those books are good when we use their own 'standard'. This particular one seems to be ambivalent.At first, this seems to be in the first kind. It even feels a bit angsty book, what with one of the MCs still mourning his late partner, and tell the nanny to stay out of his boss' business. Towa [...]

    12. "Da! Da! Da-Bee!" Times like a million. That repetitious dialogue nearly drove me out of my tree before the final page. That and the fact that the toddler would speak in baby talk one minute, then perfectly *adult* sentences the next.And just like most 3 year old little girls, the one in this book must've thought if she shut up for more than 3 consecutive seconds, she'd pop out of existence. ** POP* God, let me tell you, she was in NO danger of that happening.Any whooooo Let's just say that I've [...]

    13. This second book felt a little shorter (although I have no idea whether it really is) and we get a very different mood – both due to the tragic back-story that lead to the depressing setup and because the children are so much younger. There’s only so much you can do with six-month-old babies in a story.This volume is not even remotely as relentlessly uplifting as the first because it centres on pulling Will back from the brink. And it feels exhausting to even read about how much work the kid [...]

    14. 3.5 StarsNow, I am a mother of 2 girls (ages 5 and 7) and it has been a few years since they were 2, but I think I would have enjoyed this more if Carrie talked like a 2 year old (she does have a birthday where she turns 3 towards the end of the book) throughout the entire book. There were times when she'd talk like a 2 year old then move right along into speaking like a 6 year old or something. The inconsistency bothered me most.I really liked Benji and I liked Benji with Will. I am a stay at h [...]

    15. 3.5 starsanother sugar filled installment of gay men and children. Benji is a newly out of work nanny looking for a placement when Mannies Inc send him to Will, a widow with three small girls, including twins of under a year old. Will is still grieving the death of his husband a year before, and working himself into the ground - he also suffers from Type 1 diabetes and isn't good at controlling it. The relationship between the two grows fairly slowly, but there was a lack of guilt from Will. Aga [...]

    16. I had a little re-visit with Bee and Will last night :)What a wonderful story! A perfect cozy read for a cozy night on the sofa. Little Carrie is simply adorable, it's almost too much! :)I still can't get over how sweet and perfect our Benji here is *sigh* He's so good for Will, and it's just great to see them slowly find their way to each otherI just love this series, and I am looking forward to more from the Mannies Inc.

    17. This had a much more somber tone to it than the first in the series, Mannies Incorporated. Which totally makes sense, but dragged down the enjoyment factor for me. Also, my two biggest peeves were with how the author handled the diabetes and the relationship.

    18. This was all kinds of cute and cuddly. I just loved reading the cute kid sayings. I remember those days! Benji is the new nanny for Will who is a widower who works way too hard and doesn't spend enough time at home. Not to mention Will has diabetes that he's really not taking care of. I loved that added element and that Benji got to look out for him also. Fun read.

    19. 4.5 StarsFor I want to say I love Sean Michael. This second book in Mannies Incorporated is amazing. Will and Ben are so great together. I love that there's no crazy drama between the MCs, it's just a sweet love story.

    20. It is a great book serie. The story seems believable. Mourning is such a hard subject to deal with and adding to it 3 little kids and a chronicle disease no wonder will really needed help.Benji was great and loved their family.

    21. Loved this one too! Another easy read. I want to keep reading about these amazing Nannies and the Families that need them.Re-Read Sept 2014

    22. I'm afraid I din't like it as much as book one, it bored me in some parts. However the cover is gorgeous, that was the main reason I purchased it.

    23. ~2.5 actually~, but not quite deserves a full 3. Too many plot holes, things left unfinished, the love turned from "Oh, i cant!" to "Oh, yeah!" out of the blue, so.

    24. Benji has always loved children and planned a career where he’d be able to be a positive influence on them. Being a nanny gives him the ability to both work with children and satisfy his need for a family. His first two nanny jobs ended when life circumstances changed for the families he worked with. Now he’s interviewing for a job with a widower who has a child who is almost three and six month old twins. Will is the widower whose partner, Dale, was killed a year ago. Dale was the stay-at-h [...]

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