John’s POV As soon as I walk into the living room, I see Mila in tight blue jeans and a low cut shirt that shows way too much cleavage. “Nope.” Resting my hands on my hips, I look at her, trying not to stare at her chest. It doesn’t help that her nipples are hard as a damn rock either. Fuck. Eyes up. “Nope, what?” she asks, furrowing her brows in confusion as she grabs Maize out of the swing. “You can’t wear that shirt. Actually, we should probably set some ground rules since you’ll be staying here around the clock.” Mila rolls her eyes and kneels down in front of the carseat. She’s dressed Maize in an outfit that says something about Grandma being her favorite, and I know Mama is going to love it. “Is that what you do ‘round here? Make rules for everyone?” She arches an eyebrow with a cocky smirk on her face. Tilting my head, I narrow my eyes and study her. “What’s that supposed to mean?” “Ask Jackson.” She carefully places Maize in the car seat and straps her in. I suck in a deep breath remembering the nanny rules I’d given Jackson, the ones she wasn’t supposed to hear. “Jackson needs rules. He has zero boundaries. And it’s not like he listens to anyone anyway. Trust me. It’s an open invitation to flirting and ridiculous comments from him. So you can’t be wearing shirts like that around him.” “...or I can’t be wearing shirts like this around you?” she quips, not paying any attention to how frustrated I’m becoming. “I think I can handle Jackson, so stop worrying yourself.” “Whatever, Mila.” She straightens up and looks me dead in the eyes. “You’re my boss and you can make any crazy rules you want when it comes to your baby, but you don’t get to tell me what I can and can’t wear, unless you’re instating a dress code for me and if that’s the case, I want a raise and a clothes allowance then.” I scoff, crossing my arms over my chest that’s rising and falling rapidly. “How much for you to wear baggy overalls and turtlenecks every day?” “You’ve got jokes, do you?” she mutters, not amused. “Why not just put a chastity belt on me too while you’re at it?” I grunt, thinking that’s not a bad idea actually.
I have only read one other book by Kennedy Fox and found this one to be just as good as the first one I read. I like the Bishop Brothers, their dynamic is interesting and I loved the premise for Chasing Him.
John Bishop runs the family Bed and Breakfast; it can be a thankless job, working long hours. When a baby is discovered on his doorstep with a note telling him that he is the father he has no idea what to do.
Mila Carmichael is hired by John to be the baby’s nanny and hopefully help him learn how to be a parent.
Mila is used to be being put in the “friend” zone but she is extremely attracted to the dominant and gorgeous John Bishop.
John is shocked how hard he falls for his baby daughter and things get even more complicated as his feelings for Mila blossom.
What will happen when a threat to their current happiness rears it’s head? Can a new relationship survive the distance or is it doomed to fail.
I love the camaraderie and relationship between John and his brothers. The chemistry between John and Mila is so scorching that you can almost feel the flames. I love Mila, she is a feisty, smart and caring woman.
The secondary characters were as entertaining as the main, particularly Jackson and Gigi. I am anxious to read more about this family.
Brooke Cumberland & Lyra Parish are a duo of romance authors who teamed up to write under the USA Today Bestselling pseudonym, Kennedy Fox. They share a love of You’ve Got Mail and The Holiday. When they aren’t bonding over romantic comedies, they like to brainstorm new book ideas. One day, they decided to collaborate and have some fun creating new characters that’ll make your lady bits tingle and your heart melt. If you enjoy romance stories with sexy, tattooed alpha males and smart, independent women, then a Kennedy Fox book is for you! Keep up with all their social media platforms for updates & info! WEBSITE | NEWSLETTER | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM