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My name is Delilah Graham and music is my life. I moved from Chicago to live in the one place that I considered to be the center of the universe: New York City. At twenty-three years old, after raising my two brothers and sister, it was time for me to start my own life. I worked as a waitress in a greasy diner by day and, by night, I performed my music in small clubs aroun My name is Delilah Graham and music is my life. I moved from Chicago to live in the one place that I considered to be the center of the universe: New York City. At twenty-three years old, after raising my two brothers and sister, it was time for me to start my own life. I worked as a waitress in a greasy diner by day and, by night, I performed my music in small clubs around the city and on the streets of New York. That was until a man and his daughter stepped into the diner and changed my life forever. He hired me to be his daughter’s nanny, but I have a feeling he wants more from me. My name is Oliver Wyatt and I made my first million at the age of twenty. Life’s been somewhat complicated since my five-year-old daughter, Sophie, was sent to live with me after her mother died. She drove away the nannies I hired to take care of her until one afternoon, while eating lunch, a beautiful waitress and my daughter shared a special connection. She was exactly what Sophie needed. My brother, Liam, said she was just what I needed. I am nothing but a man with a heart of stone, compliments of a girl I loved so many years ago. Lust is a powerful emotion; an emotion so strong that trying to deny it only makes it that much stronger. Now that I have met Delilah, rules will be broken and lines will be crossed. Intended for readers 18+


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My name is Delilah Graham and music is my life. I moved from Chicago to live in the one place that I considered to be the center of the universe: New York City. At twenty-three years old, after raising my two brothers and sister, it was time for me to start my own life. I worked as a waitress in a greasy diner by day and, by night, I performed my music in small clubs aroun My name is Delilah Graham and music is my life. I moved from Chicago to live in the one place that I considered to be the center of the universe: New York City. At twenty-three years old, after raising my two brothers and sister, it was time for me to start my own life. I worked as a waitress in a greasy diner by day and, by night, I performed my music in small clubs around the city and on the streets of New York. That was until a man and his daughter stepped into the diner and changed my life forever. He hired me to be his daughter’s nanny, but I have a feeling he wants more from me. My name is Oliver Wyatt and I made my first million at the age of twenty. Life’s been somewhat complicated since my five-year-old daughter, Sophie, was sent to live with me after her mother died. She drove away the nannies I hired to take care of her until one afternoon, while eating lunch, a beautiful waitress and my daughter shared a special connection. She was exactly what Sophie needed. My brother, Liam, said she was just what I needed. I am nothing but a man with a heart of stone, compliments of a girl I loved so many years ago. Lust is a powerful emotion; an emotion so strong that trying to deny it only makes it that much stronger. Now that I have met Delilah, rules will be broken and lines will be crossed. Intended for readers 18+

30 review for Love, Lust & a Millionaire

  1. 5 out of 5

    Syndi

    This book is so cheesy. But cheesy in a good way. When I need a very simple, light reading, this book answer my needs. A poor h meets a handsome rich H. H is a single dad and have a trust issue. The banter is standard and cheesy. However I do enjoy this book. It makes my rainy sunday seems bit cozy. and cheesy. 4 stars

  2. 5 out of 5

    Effy

    I listened to the audiobook because of the male narrator's voice (a silly reason for picking up a book) and I was bitterly dissapointed. The book follows Delilah, a young waitress who ends up getting fired because she sang to a little girl to calm her down. She is offered a job as a nanny by the girl's father, Oliver Wyatt, on the spot in recompense for her redundancy. Being a driven, successful businessman whose work takes precedence in his life, Oliver has difficulty prioritizing his daughter a I listened to the audiobook because of the male narrator's voice (a silly reason for picking up a book) and I was bitterly dissapointed. The book follows Delilah, a young waitress who ends up getting fired because she sang to a little girl to calm her down. She is offered a job as a nanny by the girl's father, Oliver Wyatt, on the spot in recompense for her redundancy. Being a driven, successful businessman whose work takes precedence in his life, Oliver has difficulty prioritizing his daughter and is enraptured by Delilah's connection with her. His only problem is not falling for Delilah and keeping her at arm's length. The concept of the story was promising but its execution was problematic. The characters lacked in depth and were totally forgettable and superficial. At times, I felt like the plot was going nowhere and I was fed up with Oliver's overabundant sexual innuendos. This book turned out to be a quintessential fluffy, cheesy novel to kill time while going on a long journey and I would not recommend it to anyone.

  3. 5 out of 5

    C

    Ugh It reads as if a teenager wrote it. No depth and nothing like what I expected from this author. DNF.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Margie 'CSR' Fite

    I love just love Sandi Lynn books!!!!! and this one did NOT disappoint!!! I completely enjoyed this Romantic, cute, sexy (throw in some foulmouth sex talk and sex scenes ;) short read!! why not when you get to read about not only 1 but 2 SINGLE, HOT, SEXY millionaires brothers!! Oliver and Liam Wyatt??!!! LOVED them both... I do hope Sandi this is NOT the end of this series, and we do get a book for Liam Wyatt????? and oh how I would love to follow Deliliah's 2 brothers and 1 sister as well.... I love just love Sandi Lynn books!!!!! and this one did NOT disappoint!!! I completely enjoyed this Romantic, cute, sexy (throw in some foulmouth sex talk and sex scenes ;) short read!! why not when you get to read about not only 1 but 2 SINGLE, HOT, SEXY millionaires brothers!! Oliver and Liam Wyatt??!!! LOVED them both... I do hope Sandi this is NOT the end of this series, and we do get a book for Liam Wyatt????? and oh how I would love to follow Deliliah's 2 brothers and 1 sister as well.... so maybe I have some attention, YEP GOOD BOOK!! STANDALONE! NO CLIFFY!! YAY..... I loved Oliver Wyatt and his sweet daughter, Sophie.. (well, you may not like Wyatt at first.. he is a bit rough around the edges and not approachable in the beginning. Oliver is a single dad and has had things thrown at him and people let him down from an early age.) MEN !! they love to hide feelings behind meaningless one nighters, work and drinking... but Oliver does love his daughter, Sophie... he just needed a sweet woman with a warm and loving spirit, personality, and voice named Delilah Graham to come into his life.,. or better yet, they come into her life - her work actually, where Sophie unfortunately (or fortunately; however you want to look at it.... get's Deliliah fired from her waitress job. This is where Delilah Graham rocks those Wyatt's boys life and awakens things in their world that has been opened in a very long time! and touches a little girl's life to feel and OMG... what a touching, sweet book but also just enough 'Sandi Lynn's touch' that you get that sexy bad mouth, flirtatious and fun with a splash of good ole 'sex scenes' and this book was just what i needed yesterday afternoon,.,,,,, it really should be on everyone's TBR list... and you even finish with that 'hea, warm fuzzy feeling (haha) yet... still wanting to read more about Wyatt's hunk of a brother, Liam! and Deliliah (who did not have it easy growing up either, actually - one might think Wyatt and Delilah's life could have about mirrored one another) but of course, women deal with "lemons and make lemonade .... right?? and MEN - have to act out!! ok, jk But I am not too far off on this one with these two!! ;) I would like to read about Delilah's 3 siblings as well and also maybe see how the three are doing in those books too ....hint ,,,hint...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    my goal was to lose some brain cells

  6. 4 out of 5

    Coco.V

    FREE on Amazon today (10/26/2017)!

  7. 4 out of 5

    L H

    I don't know why this book got almost 4 stars in total. It was kind of juvenile and it sounded like a teenager has visited with a lot of sexual references in it

  8. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Hahn

    Love, Lust & A Millionaire is the perfect name for this book. You will love sweet Delilah and Sophie and you will most definitely lust over the hardened millionaire Oliver and his brother Liam. I could not put this book down. Delilah has always been a caretaker, so when the sexy millionaire, Oliver Wyatt, hired her to be his daughter Sophie's nanny, it is a perfect match for her. Oliver is a workaholic with a hardened heart. He is too busy for his daughter and doesn't believe in love. He has been Love, Lust & A Millionaire is the perfect name for this book. You will love sweet Delilah and Sophie and you will most definitely lust over the hardened millionaire Oliver and his brother Liam. I could not put this book down. Delilah has always been a caretaker, so when the sexy millionaire, Oliver Wyatt, hired her to be his daughter Sophie's nanny, it is a perfect match for her. Oliver is a workaholic with a hardened heart. He is too busy for his daughter and doesn't believe in love. He has been with a woman he doesn't even like for eight months because he just doesn't care. When Delilah comes into the picture, she begins to shake things up and chip away at his hardened heart. Her love and understanding of Sophie helps Oliver to bond with his daughter. I did not want this book to end. I found myself laughing, smiling, screaming, and swooning. In the end, you will just feel good! This is a five star read for me! All the secondary characters in this book are wonderful as well. I can't wait to see if we have a story for Liam, Oliver's brother.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    This book was terrible. It was as though a twelve year old had written it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Erin V

    One of the rare times where I could not put the book down. I loved it

  11. 4 out of 5

    Marissa Chavez

    Delilah and Oliver story is so sweet! I loved how they met. They first became friends which of course turn into something more. Oliver little girl was awesome she instantly got along with Delilah and had a great friendship. Oh boy did I love Liam. He was so supportive of his brother Oliver and Delilah. Can't wait to read his story next!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Big Joe Rossi

    Delilah Graham loves music and to play around NYC she works a waitress job at a diner and lives with her best friend. After narrowly being on time for work, she is warned about her habit of lallygagging with customers, when a little girl spills her father's coffee, she is quick to clean it up and when the girl is flustered and acting up she sits and calms her by singing to her. Oliver Wyatt is stunned when this waitress connects with his daughter and is able to calm her. He is more shocked when Delilah Graham loves music and to play around NYC she works a waitress job at a diner and lives with her best friend. After narrowly being on time for work, she is warned about her habit of lallygagging with customers, when a little girl spills her father's coffee, she is quick to clean it up and when the girl is flustered and acting up she sits and calms her by singing to her. Oliver Wyatt is stunned when this waitress connects with his daughter and is able to calm her. He is more shocked when her boss fires her and she storms out. He, along with his cute daughter Sophie, chase after her and he asks her to come by his office later that day. When she does he offers her a job as Sophie's nanny and a nice pay check and a place to stay. Slowly he is drawn to her for more than just her beauty. Still smarting from the divorce, he fights himself of his feelings. Yet cant seem to stay away. Just when he is ready to step to the plate near tragedy strikes and he may lose her. For good. I liked this book. A quick read. Nice simple plot a few nice twist. A foreseeable outcome but then most romance books are HEA. I Liked it. 3.5-4 stars The daughter Sophie was great I loved her character as I did the Wyatt boys and Delilah

  13. 4 out of 5

    Erin **Coffee and Book Addict**

    This book was super cute! I loved the story line and absolutely loved the characters. I kept waiting for Oliver and Delilah to get together, they are the perfect couple and kept denying it. Then finally! FINALLY! They got together. I love that Oliver is a father, and Delilah helped him become a better father.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dhai

    I listened to the audiobook and I didn't really like It... but I completed it because the male narrator's voice was so good.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lora Borzelleca

    I have to say, I enjoyed this one. It wasn't bad, it was spectacular...it was just a really good read. I liked the heroine Delilah. I felt she was strong and independent. The only thing I didn't like much about her was that when she was mad she would act kind of childish and would stomp and walk away. I wish she would have pushed Oliver more and made him accountable for his actions. I liked Oliver but I felt what was holding him back from loving someone was a little immature. But I did like seei I have to say, I enjoyed this one. It wasn't bad, it was spectacular...it was just a really good read. I liked the heroine Delilah. I felt she was strong and independent. The only thing I didn't like much about her was that when she was mad she would act kind of childish and would stomp and walk away. I wish she would have pushed Oliver more and made him accountable for his actions. I liked Oliver but I felt what was holding him back from loving someone was a little immature. But I did like seeing him try and work his way through. He was a bit of a dick when he realized his feelings but he def got past that. Another thing that made me leery about liking Oliver too much was the way he was with his daughter. I was so upset when Delilah just let it go with how little time and effort he was putting in with Sophie and how he never really wanted to spend time with her before she came to live with him and even after. If I was a nanny and saw how Sophie was being mistreated emotionally, I would have no problem losing my job by telling that father exactly how I felt. I also felt like that was never really resolved. I just don't know if he got closer with his daughter and it just wasn't written into the book. I would have really liked to have read more about that. I did like how after Delilah and Oliver got together we got more time reading about them. It wasn't just an epilogue, you actually got a couple chapters of how their life turned out. I enjoyed that.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Crazychriss889

    Oh yeah, here it is. The first book of this series. And it's awesome. In some ways, it's better than the second part, in some way it's not. First of all, the characters, especially Delilah and little Soph are gorgeous. Soph is such a great little girl and she is extremely talented. Also, she loves her family and that's apparent throughout the novel. Oliver is quite an ass in the beginning. The way he talked to her at times... wow. Not like a gentleman, bro. Laurel, his girlfriend, is cliché. I read Oh yeah, here it is. The first book of this series. And it's awesome. In some ways, it's better than the second part, in some way it's not. First of all, the characters, especially Delilah and little Soph are gorgeous. Soph is such a great little girl and she is extremely talented. Also, she loves her family and that's apparent throughout the novel. Oliver is quite an ass in the beginning. The way he talked to her at times... wow. Not like a gentleman, bro. Laurel, his girlfriend, is cliché. I read the second novel first and must admit that I thought Laurel was like the ultimate bitch. But she was just a bitch, not really crazy or anything, just mean. The way Delilah reacted to one statement was just a bit too much. But that's my opinion. Liam is absolutely awesome in this instalment and I'm so glad he found happiness. He's so great with Soph. Hah, love him. The writing style is, as I said before, a bit different than I'm used to. Feelings do not seem to be as important. There is a focus on what they say and what they do which is interesting too. I would read it again!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    How freaking adorable was this book?? Oliver Wyatt and Delilah Graham had no clue what would happen to them that fateful day in the diner. Delilah sang to calm his little girl, Sophie, down and ended up losing her job on the spot. Lo and Behold, Oliver just happened to be on the hunt for a nanny and instantly felt a connection between Delilah and his daughter...and himself. Love, Lust & A Millionaire was fast paced, to the point, sexy, predictable and just cuteness all around. Definitely enjoyed i How freaking adorable was this book?? Oliver Wyatt and Delilah Graham had no clue what would happen to them that fateful day in the diner. Delilah sang to calm his little girl, Sophie, down and ended up losing her job on the spot. Lo and Behold, Oliver just happened to be on the hunt for a nanny and instantly felt a connection between Delilah and his daughter...and himself. Love, Lust & A Millionaire was fast paced, to the point, sexy, predictable and just cuteness all around. Definitely enjoyed it and hope to hear more from some secondary characters in this story...specifically Liam Wyatt (Oliver's brother...on the hunt for love....).

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Mariampillai

    Actual Rating: 2.85 This was alright. I thought I thought the lead characters had good chemistry. I loved Sophie, she is adorable and sweet. I thought the story lacked. The story was good but ordinary. I wish there was more about Oliver's past. I thought this would be like the movie, The Nanny Diaries sort of, except for falling in love with her employer part of course. Just wanted more from the story. Overall, an okay read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    C.J.

    I really liked the plot of this story. There's something about children in stories that make them that much more emotionally charged and Sophie was such a sweet little girl. Seeing Delilah and Oliver go from lust to love was great. Sophie was such a strong character and I liked that she was so level. I wasn't sure I'd grow to like Oliver in the beginning, yet I did as more of his true character came out. Plenty of sexy times and sweet moments.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay Thompson-Sublett

    ****VERY STRONG 4 1/2 STARS**** I devoured this book. I enjoyed reading their story and I'm hoping there are more. This book goes to show that things from our past can affect our future and we have to face it head on before we can fix it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Starr

    Had quite a few eye-rolling moments but it was a cute read. Falling for the nanny is so cliche' but I liked Delilah and was happy to see Oliver put his past behind him.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Y

    Fluffy, predictable, and pretty cheesy. Hard to finish. No real plot or back story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Hanson

    Ahh millionaires... who wouldn’t want one Love, Lust & a Millionaire Wyatt Brothers #1 Sandi Lynn ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kicking my own butt right now for leaving this stunner on my kindle for so long… It so soooo good. It has been quite a long time since I had read anything from Sandi, but I can guarantee I’ll be looking up the next one in this series. I’ll take Liam, the older Wyatt might have found his forever and I can’t wait to see Liam’s forever. Oliver Wyatt is a tough boss, add to a million dollar compa Ahh millionaires... who wouldn’t want one Love, Lust & a Millionaire Wyatt Brothers #1 Sandi Lynn ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kicking my own butt right now for leaving this stunner on my kindle for so long… It so soooo good. It has been quite a long time since I had read anything from Sandi, but I can guarantee I’ll be looking up the next one in this series. I’ll take Liam, the older Wyatt might have found his forever and I can’t wait to see Liam’s forever. Oliver Wyatt is a tough boss, add to a million dollar company he has taken the role f daddy to his unwanted daughter. Desperately seeking a nanny, that little miss Sophie won’t decimate, a simple lunch in a crappy diner will change everything. A spilt cup of coffee, a 5 yr old having a breakdown and a waitress will change Oliver’s not so perfect world. With a deadbeat boss, a job she hates and a dream to sing, waitress Delilah Graham is about to have customers who will change her life. Delilah has raised 3 brothers and sisters after her mother died, now they’re all successful, it’s her turn for a happy ending. While helping a gorgeous man and his daughter with singing, she went from employed, to sacked to employed again a few hours later. Getting a job with benefits as a nanny is not her optimal job, but cutie pie, Sophie really is an eye opener. And it has nothing to do with he little girl… Oliver is more than a little taken by the new nanny, and he’s not going to let anyone else have her, but mixing business with pleasure is not how he rolls. Mr Wyatt is all business but on the inside he is sizzles with Wes t for Delilah. It’s not long before Delilah stands up to Oliver with his awful parenting, lack of respect, and we won’t even talk about the barbie girlfriend. But with all that hostility come sexual chemistry to heat up the pages… It’s only a matter of time before heat gives way to pleasure, and what an explosion it is. When it does, nothing for this mismatched Family will ever be the same. If Oliver pulls his head out of his backside he’ll see the perfect life he has been given… For Delilah, she’s always had feelings for Oliver even when he’s being a douchebag, but little Sophie is the he glue that holds them together. She might come across as a brat but the more you read you more you’ll love her and her quirky life…

  24. 4 out of 5

    Annabelle Heath

    Ah, Millionaires. I don’t think they’ll ever go out of style in the romance world, even when so often the defining characteristic of said Millionaires is that they are… well, Millionaires. And usually hot. I’ll admit, I listened to this a little while ago. A binge listen where I heard the whole thing in essentially one sitting. And I really enjoyed listening to it. It was sexy and silly and exactly the light, fluffy soundtrack I needed on a day of intensive working on spreadsheets and crunching n Ah, Millionaires. I don’t think they’ll ever go out of style in the romance world, even when so often the defining characteristic of said Millionaires is that they are… well, Millionaires. And usually hot. I’ll admit, I listened to this a little while ago. A binge listen where I heard the whole thing in essentially one sitting. And I really enjoyed listening to it. It was sexy and silly and exactly the light, fluffy soundtrack I needed on a day of intensive working on spreadsheets and crunching numbers. Now, I’m struggling to remember much about the characters. Oliver Wyatt is one more chalk mark on the tally of hot, taciturn, millionaires who are incredible in bed and a little controlling. Oliver does at least manage not to be controlling in a negative way. He’s controlling of the conditions of his life, clear about what he wants, but he doesn’t tip the scales into abusive. He’s a guy trying to do the right thing by his daughter, even if he does go about it the wrong way. Delilah is… good at singing? But really, you know what you’re getting in to with this sort of thing. It’s character development light, the plot is contrived, but it’s short and sweet and a little bit racy, and if that’s what you’re looking for then you could do a whole lot worse. The plot with the naughty child was annoying. There’s nothing in the book to show exactly why Sophie is so badly behaved that she drove off all her previous nannies. So she has a bit of a temper tantrum… so every five year old I’ve ever met. It’s laughable how quickly Delilah is able to bond with her, and how it gets her fired from her job, and how Oliver is totally prepared to trust his daughter with a complete stranger who’s not vetted by some legitimate child care company. Everything is very convenient. But it does get everything moving, allowing the romance to be at the forefront of the story right from the get go. If you know what to expect, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy this pretty quick read. It’s not good literature, and it’s not even particularly good writing. But it is good fun if you enjoy this sort of thing.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Caron

    Turn down the furnace, because you sure won't need the extra heat, as this book sizzles from start to finish. Oliver Wyatt doesn't do relationships, at least not where his heart is concerned. Having made his first million before his twentieth birthday, he's no stranger to the "women of the world", but after having his heart stomped on at the tender age of seventeen, never will he lay it down for another. Famous last words! Delilah has had a rough life so far. Having an alcoholic for a mother, th Turn down the furnace, because you sure won't need the extra heat, as this book sizzles from start to finish. Oliver Wyatt doesn't do relationships, at least not where his heart is concerned. Having made his first million before his twentieth birthday, he's no stranger to the "women of the world", but after having his heart stomped on at the tender age of seventeen, never will he lay it down for another. Famous last words! Delilah has had a rough life so far. Having an alcoholic for a mother, three younger siblings, all from different fathers of which none ever stuck around, has left her in a position of having to care for them since she was eleven. After the death of her mom when she was eighteen, she took custody and continued as their surrogate, until they were all settled in college and old enough to fend for themselves. All she ever wanted to do is move to New York City and play and sing her music, and now, she's there. But bills have to be paid and jobs are scarce, so she waitresses in a small diner for an ass of a boss. But when a young child has a meltdown during her shift, and while sitting in her section, she does what she does best...she sings to her. When this gets her fired, and the girls' father offers her an opportunity, she doesn't have much choice but accept. But sparks fly between them, and his girlfriend isn't too impressed. Will they be able to keep their relationship as boss/employee? Or will the sparks prove too hot to handle? Awesome read. Looking forward to reading Liam's story!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    Love lust and a millionaire is book one in the Wyatt brother’s series. I have read this book once before. As I didn’t write reviews at the time, I didn’t post one. As I have just re read this book, I decided to write one. I really liked Delilah. I liked how she met Oliver and Sophie. Delilah is a kind and caring character but she also takes no messing. I liked the she bonded with Sophie instantly. She saw that the little girl acted out because of the lack of attention/love she was receiving. Del Love lust and a millionaire is book one in the Wyatt brother’s series. I have read this book once before. As I didn’t write reviews at the time, I didn’t post one. As I have just re read this book, I decided to write one. I really liked Delilah. I liked how she met Oliver and Sophie. Delilah is a kind and caring character but she also takes no messing. I liked the she bonded with Sophie instantly. She saw that the little girl acted out because of the lack of attention/love she was receiving. Delilah also caught on quick to the fact that Sophie was extremely smart. I wasn’t a massive fan of Oliver. He was a closed of guy. He didn’t want love and he made it known he didn’t really want Sophie. Delilah coming along made Oliver open his eyes to his actions but not straight away. I did like that he finally started to bond with his daughter towards the end. The chemistry between Delilah and Oliver was clear to see but I would have liked a little more. I wasn’t a fan of Laurel and I was irritated that Oliver never stood up for Delilah when Laurel made remarks. I liked Liam and I cannot wait to re read his story. I liked that he and Delilah became friends and they bonded over their dislike of Laurel. The storyline for this book is easy to follow and a nice read. I cannot wait to read the next book in this series despite having already read it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Adriana

    When Delilah Graham loses her waitressing job because she was actually being good at it, Oliver Wyatt makes her an offer she can't refuse. While music is her life, she still needs to make a living, so working as a nanny for a sweet little girl, whose father happens to be a gorgeous, kind, hot millionaire, is not a bad deal. She might not have an education on child care, but she certainly has lots of practice after raising her three younger siblings. While Oliver is hot and sexy, he is taken. Yet When Delilah Graham loses her waitressing job because she was actually being good at it, Oliver Wyatt makes her an offer she can't refuse. While music is her life, she still needs to make a living, so working as a nanny for a sweet little girl, whose father happens to be a gorgeous, kind, hot millionaire, is not a bad deal. She might not have an education on child care, but she certainly has lots of practice after raising her three younger siblings. While Oliver is hot and sexy, he is taken. Yet, the man is demanding, controlling and is too enamored with Delilah to let things be. The more time they spend together, the closer they get and the more intense their attraction becomes. Until the night it boils over. While somewhat predictable, the story is sexy beyond measure and if read by Brian Pallino, then it is even better...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Lucille Ford

    Love,Lust$ A Millionaire(Wyatt Brothers,Book 1) This was a beautifully written love story book written about a young woman who had to work for a living to take care of her two brothers and a sister .she forgot about her own education. She really cared about people and because of that she was fired from her job . But the good part was she was hired by a millionaire to be a nanny to his daughter who had a problem and she was the only one she would relate to. So get the book to find out what happene Love,Lust$ A Millionaire(Wyatt Brothers,Book 1) This was a beautifully written love story book written about a young woman who had to work for a living to take care of her two brothers and a sister .she forgot about her own education. She really cared about people and because of that she was fired from her job . But the good part was she was hired by a millionaire to be a nanny to his daughter who had a problem and she was the only one she would relate to. So get the book to find out what happened to Delilah ,Oliver and Sophie . There is so much more to this story but you have to get the book to find out the rest .😁 you will enjoy this book !!!

  29. 5 out of 5

    katherine

    Great Until....... This started out as such a cute and fun story about thee perfect Nanny y and a love starved child BUT the author ruined it with coarse crass sexual language!!!! This wasn't the place to use the cold and tacky,overused F word!!!! It made a warm story freezing cold. People today feel they have to be crass and grossly overly detailed and it ruins the story! Leave SOMETHING to my imagination!!! I don't need to read what he left in her vajayjay post making love, or as the author con Great Until....... This started out as such a cute and fun story about thee perfect Nanny y and a love starved child BUT the author ruined it with coarse crass sexual language!!!! This wasn't the place to use the cold and tacky,overused F word!!!! It made a warm story freezing cold. People today feel they have to be crass and grossly overly detailed and it ruins the story! Leave SOMETHING to my imagination!!! I don't need to read what he left in her vajayjay post making love, or as the author continues to sink into using the F word! What could have been a wonderful storey just became another crassly written piece of trash.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Shavonda

    The concept was good, and the potential was there, but there was just something really missing that could have made this a really good story. The characters had no depth; everything about them was just surface knowledge and basic. Felt no connection to the characters, and no connection or real passion between the couple. The storyline felt forced; like the author wanted a complete story without really creating a strong storyline. I only finished it because I saw how quickly I was going through t The concept was good, and the potential was there, but there was just something really missing that could have made this a really good story. The characters had no depth; everything about them was just surface knowledge and basic. Felt no connection to the characters, and no connection or real passion between the couple. The storyline felt forced; like the author wanted a complete story without really creating a strong storyline. I only finished it because I saw how quickly I was going through the pages. The very large print on the kindle edition made the 330 pages more like 230 pages.

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