his life was over.
years of being happily married to his high school sweetheart, Patrick
McLoughlin thought he had it all. A beautiful wife, a career he loved, and a
gorgeous new baby girl. All of his dreams were finally coming true.
day Maggie, his wife, walked out and never so much as left a note. Six months
of radio silence.
needs a nanny, someone to care for his daughter while he builds his empire. In
walks Carsen Sanders – tall, sweet with a model’s body, and eleven years
younger than him. She steps in and takes care of his daughter just like a
help but have feelings for Carsen even though he knows it’s wrong in every way.
What happens when Patrick and Carsen can no longer deny their mutual
attraction? Or will Maggie return to take back what’s hers?
is intended for a mature audience. 18+
is Book Three in the McLoughlin Brothers Series but can be read as a
Alive Again is an incredibly sweet story filled with heart warming love. A sexy single dad, an adorable little girl, and a sweetheart of a nanny all make for an irresistible read! This book is such a feel good kind of read. Even still packed with emotion the sweetness in Carsen and Patrick’s story stole the show! I found myself constantly swooning while reading.
A man who’s stuck in a state of limbo after his wife leaves without a word, Patrick has fully dedicated himself to only his daughter and his job. After months of no word from the wife who left him he hires a nanny to help with his daughter. He doesn’t expect the immediate attraction to the woman he hires, but the chemistry between these two is off the charts.
Carsen is a total sweetheart. Hardworking and wise beyond her years she adores children and is wonderful with Patrick’s daughter. The tension builds as the sparks fly between Carsen and Patrick and when they finally come together the heat is scorching. I really loved these two together, I just wish we had a bit more of it. The ending was a bit rushed but with a wonderful epilogue that was adorably sweet.
is the author of The Bluff Harbor Series, The McLoughlin Brothers Series,
Drawn to Dark, and Keeping It Casual. She was raised in upstate New York.
Being an only child, she spent a great deal of time alone, dreaming up
characters who would keep her company on long family road trips. Putting her
writing on the back burner, she went to college and became a chiropractor.
After spending twelve years healing patients, Emma decided—with the help of her
amazingly supportive husband—to use the creative side of her brain and let her
characters come to the page.
not writing, Emma can be found at the gym, one of her kids sporting events,
Starbucks, or a live music event.
day for Emma would be spent at her lake house with her husband, two
ginger-haired children, and Vizsla, reading a book and drinking a large cup of
coffee (or wine) with music playing in the background.