And Manny Makes Seven
Bookreview / January 17, 2015

This book is the third part in the “Mannies Incorporated” series, and if it is up to me I hope it is the last one. I blogged about part 1 here and about part 2 here. In this third book the manny in question, Hutch, starts working for Adam and his five brothers and sisters. They lost their parents and recently Adam’s academic mentor. Adam has tried to keep his brothers and sisters together the best he can, but he is running down and doesn’t know what to do. Enter Hutch, who takes over from Adam and quickly works his way into the household and into Adam’s heart. First Hutch tries to ignore his feelings for his employer, but pretty soon he learns that is impossible. Then one night Adam breaks down in tears, Hutch comforts him and they end up in bed together. I really understand the whole manny thing and how this could work out. But after three books, I think it has been enough. There are only so many situations you can think of where a manny comes in, and I think we have had them all. So Sean Michael, if you read this, please take another…

A Family of his Own
Bookreview / December 16, 2014

A Family of his Own is part 2 in the Mannies Incorporated Series by Sean Michael. The basic principle is the same. A male nanny comes into the home of a single dad with children, falls in love with dad and they live happily ever after. However, I liked part 1 way better than this part. In part 2 there is just too much attention to the children. Every other word is a childs name or something a child does. Constant reminders of how sweet the children are and how much the MC’s love them. It just goes on and on and on. At first I didn’t mind that so much, but about half way through the book it really really starts to annoy me. I KNOW there are children involved, but I don’t have to be reminded every other word. Anyway, if you liked part in the series than this one is quite a safe read. Part 3 is out, so I will be checking that out soon and blog about it of course.