By Cathy Marie Hake
Bethany House, 2008. 358 pgs. Romance
Millicent Fairweather has been dismissed from her post as a nanny when her two young charges are set off to school. Joining her sister and brother-in-law, she boards a ship headed for the United States, where they plan to open a dressmaker's shop. Daniel Clark is also planning to head to the U.S., but when his nanny abruptly deserts him and his young son, he finds himself in need of a nanny. When traveling delays and a tragedy bring Millicent and Daniel closer together than they expected, life takes an interesting turn.
This book was a decent historical romance; there wasn't anything particularly noteworthy about it but there also wasn't anything in particular to dislike, either.