The Taming of the Bastard
Working two jobs, Millie thinks she has it all figured out. Soon her dream life will be within her grasp. Unfortunately, she doesn't bargain on meeting Sam. And despite his obvious personality flaws Millie finds him utterly irresistible. Will the man who proudly proclaims his ability to burp the national anthem be the undoing of all her plans? Or can she tame the bastard? More
Nanny-slash-waitress, Millie McIntyre thinks she has her life all mapped out. All it will take is a small mortgage, a fat deposit and a lot of luck. Then, she'll be off living her dream life, running a B & B in Bali. That is, of course, after she learns how to cook something other than steamed vegetables and organic chicken.
Nobody warned her about Sam though. He's new to The Lederhosen and his presence has everyone in a spin, including Millie.
Sam is cute. Sam is intelligent. Sam has lovely muscles which Millie finds utterly distracting.Yet, despite his obvious appeal, Sam has one massive flaw. He has an ego the size of Western Australia and even worse, he plays Rugby Union.
Could Sam be the one who will ruin all Millie's life plans? Is she really smitten with a man who loves Bruce Willis and proudly proclaims his abilty to burp the national anthem?
One thing's for sure.... something has got to change.
From the Author
Some people have made comment recently that this book is not like Heart of Glass or vice versa. Unfortunately, you'll find, if you intend to read more than one book written by me that while they are all fiction for women, some have a better fit in the chick lit category. Some are more humorous and others deeper. All however are love stories.
Please don't expect this book to be a clone of its siblings.... every child is different. That's how I like to write and hopefully you read that way. Otherwise, how boring would we all be?
LA Dale xoxo