He knew I was trouble the instant I showed up with a stolen Bengal tiger.
But Grady McKnight didn’t flinch like a sane person—he took us in.
Bruce the tiger found shelter. I met a hero grump. And Grady got a hot mess.
Born-to-sizzle single dads and rogue zoologists don’t play nice.
So freaking what if I said I’m his nanny?
We needed a story when his two sweet daughters barged in.
Hiding a contraband tiger isn’t easy.
Neither is pretending he isn’t sending my pulse to pitter-patter heaven.
Cupid, you sneaky little nugget.
There’s only room for one hulking, growly, mesmerizing beast in my life.
I don’t belong at warm family dinners, or in the fortress of his arms.
Saving Bruce is my mission—not falling in love.
This won’t end well.
The longer I stay, the more he grins.
Walls come crashing down.
And my heart becomes willing prey for his carnivorous eyes.
I must resist Grady flipping McKnight.
Even if a scared, aching part of me knows I’m already his.
Even if I know he’s the hero I need…
This is the story of Grady and Willow. She is on the run trying to save a tiger and he is just trying to build a good life for his daughters. As you can imagine there are plenty of complications along the way and are Knights of Dallas are there to help save the day.
I love how well Willow bonds with Grady’s girls and how they enjoy each other so much. I think Grady did a great job on trying to keep his priorities balanced and you really feel for the guy trying to do the best possible thing for his daughters while also falling in love and trying to save Bruce, Willows “murder kitten.”
I thought it was hilarious how afraid Grady was of the lice outbreak with his girls and how calmly Willow handled it while also making a bit of fun of him. When talking to Uncle Hank Willow said, “I don’t know what he thinks lice are, but it has him a little freaked out.” and that made me giggle my butt off because it’s summed it up so well.
Another excellent addition to the Knights of Dallas storyline and I highly recommend it. If you haven’t read them, here’s the review for The Romeo Arrangement and The Best Friend Zone. This is for mature audiences only and is available at Amazon. I can’t wait to see what Weston is up to in the next book.