Having Grown Up In An Orphanage, Kate Oakley Is Afraid Of Love, And She Always Puts Her Job First One Day, She Receives Sad News That Her Best Friend, Who Also Grew Up In The Orphanage, Has Been In An Accident And Died, Leaving Her Baby Behind Without Hesitation Kate Decides To Adopt The Orphaned Boy, But Raising A Baby While Running A Company Isn T So Easy She Decides To Hire The Babysitter Recommended By Her Friend And When He Shows Up At Her Door, He Turns Out To Be Absolutely Gorgeous But Kate Has Yet To Learn Who This Rick Evans Really Isand Why He Is There


3 thoughts on “Equal Opportunities

  1. Cupcakech3ry Cupcakech3ry says:

    So lies lies and lies It s a good story I d rate it a 3.5 star than 4 but still it s entertaining and different


  2. bratcat22 bratcat22 says:

    I read this story previously in a omnibus of 2 other stories several years ago It s a role reversal on the getting custody of an orphaned infant distantly related to BOTH the heroine This time it s the wealthy bachelor hero who wants custody of a distant relative so he can cut out the marriage part He goes undercover through mistaken identity to prove the business woman heroine is an unfit person to raise a child by herself It s rather funny at times as the millionaire actually WORKS for his living in a totally alien occupation of paid nanny He finds out the heroine is not the unfit person he first thought she was but all hell breaks loose when she discovers the babysitter s REAL identity


  3. Listaficionado Listaficionado says:

    A male nannywho did NOT know how to change a diaper, give the baby a bath, properly feed the baby, or cook I d fire his behind so fast if he were in charge of my child no matter how handsome he is, but hey, this is Harlequin This lighthearted story would make you smile, even through the wince inducing moments.