POV: Third Person Multi
Tropes: Vegas Wedding; Celebrity/Norm; Neurodiverse characters; Nanny; Friend Group
Series: The Nanny Match Series
Type of Series: Series of Standalones
Rate: 4/5 Stars
Release Date: July 11, 2022
Be ready for all the feels when you open this book. This is the final book in the Nanny Match Series, and I think it might be the best out of the four. It is a big book, with lots of pages, but it is one of those books that every word on every page has meaning and purpose. Harper and Landon are two people who truly get each other. She smooths his roughness, and he calms her in a way that she didn’t realize she needed.
There is so much in this book that I love. The focus on the neurodivergent topic and the emphasis on how it isn’t a disability but rather a difference. The way in which Sandor treats this is front and center, and she creates such a spotlight on the topic but in the best way possible.
Harper is a woman who wants to be able to do everything on her own. She has a lot of hurts from her past. Landon has a lot of hang-ups because of his past and what he thinks his future should look like and an also an expectation how he thinks people should see him.
Aria, Landon’s niece that he has taken over custody for, is a snarky little spitfire and I love her character arc. The kids are amazing additions to this series, but they are use in a way that they don’t take over the story. The ending to this series works out in such a way I didn’t expect, but yet loved at the same time. You do not want to miss this series.