Let's MisbehaveBook - 2007
With no skills besides scoring the perfect stilettos, maxing out her credit card, and partying till dawn, Marisol Winston is about to get a lesson in the real world--and in love. . .
After years of perfecting her party-girl image, Marisol wants to open an L.A.-based deluxe boutique. Unfortunately her father refuses to foot the bill until she agrees to do a stint in shopaholic rehab. Surely she can survive a few weeks without Dior, right? But part of Marisol's anti-retail remedy entails getting a real job as a nanny/housekeeper in Podunkville, Arizona. Suddenly she's knee-deep in PB & J and dirty laundry, surprised to find herself just a teensy bit smitten with her three sticky-fingered charges--and their deliciously distracting Dad (even if he does wear discount denim). . .
Quarterback Cash Connelly has one last shot at being re-signed to the pros, which means he needs a nanny who runs a tight ship. Marisol seems to know way more about Tiffany's than T-ball, and she has more miniskirted sex appeal than is strictly necessary for laundering jockey shirts. But his kids seem positively smitten. Well, who wouldn't love a woman who serves up ice cream for breakfast? Now if only Cash can find a way to stick to his strict hands-off-the-nanny policy. . .
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Baker & Taylor
Forced by her father to do a stint in a "shopaholic" rehab, or else, notorious party girl Marisol Winston gets "maxed out" on love when she, as part of her therapy, gets a real job as a nanny/housekeeper for quarterback Cash Connelly. Original.
Forced by her father to do a stint in a "shopaholic" rehab, notorious party girl Marisol Winston gets "maxed out" on love when she, as part of her therapy, gets a real job as a nanny/housekeeper for quarterback Cash Connelly.