Author: Anyta Sunday
Series: Signs of Love #5
Prepare to dip your toe into the biggest adventure of your life, Cancer. There’s romance in the air, and it smells deliciously salty.
Dumped by the fifth girl in two years and abandoned by his best friends, Reid Glover is alone and in need of a home.
Desperate, he interviews to become a live-in manny aboard widowed Sullivan Bell’s yacht, the Aquarian.
The job? Not to look after thirteen-year-old Joanna. No, this child-mastermind needs Reid to befriend her dad, urge him to participate more in family life, encourage him to date, oh, and become his closest confidant and help him unleash his bottled emotions.
At least he’s not entirely out of his depth.
Okay, so he may have a slight aversion to the ocean. And possibly attract more than his fair share of misadventure.
But he is a pro at crying.
Watch out, Sullivan. Reid is on his way with a family-sized carton of tissues. He will help Sullivan through his fears. Will help him find love again.
Will absolutely not fall for him in the process . . .
Caution, Cancer, how long will you fool yourself?
Gold Star: This story has brought back what makes this saga so awesome: amazing characters, sweet slow romance and plenty of weird misadventures. It is a “feel good” book that will make your amile spread wider than ever and your stomach flutter with all the cozy feelings that exist.
BDSM: There are several light BDSM elements. It doesn’t go big on the subject, but for readers who can’t handle it I guess it could cut down in their enjoyment. In my humble opinion, Anyta has been capable of adding bondage elements in a very rational and sensitive way that has enhanced some of the naughty scenes of this book.
Book Boyfriend: I think this is the first “daddy” character that I would steal for myself. Sullivan has it all, but my favourite quality about him is his protectiveness toward his daughter. Grumpy and sweet at the same time. It is even the umbral for some light dark humor that it has given me plenty of enjoyment.
Funny: I have laughed a lot. The writer’s wittiness has shown its best lustre in this story. Lots of surreal situations and great conversations full of double meanings and insinuations. Thanks to that, the pages of the book fly before your eyes.