Julie Raffet has her life all planned out but when she is asked by Caleb Tarrington to tutor his son Will, who has just been thrust into his life by his ex, all those plans for the future change and new ones are made. Julie never saw herself as a beauty but Caleb sure does. Even though they both know she is there to tutor his son they find themselves wanting to spend more time with each other and finds ways for all of them to do things together yet still be teaching will what he needs to learn like making cookies and doubling the batch and building a tree house and measuring the wood. When one night when tucking in Will, Caleb tells him about how his mother used to tuck him in, Will suggests that if Julie lived with them she could tuck him in every night. After Caleb tells him the only way that could happen was if they married her, Will tells Caleb that he would have to marry her because he wasn't old enough and proceeds to give him some pointers on what to do!
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The review of this Book prepared by Amy in Wisconsin