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Just For NowEscape to New Zealand #3

Audiobook also available!

Also available in German: Nanny in Neuseeland!

There’s no place like home . . .

For teacher Jenna McKnight, nothing spells “heartbreak” like finding her husband with somebody else–in her bed. Clearly, it’s time to reinvent herself. A new body, a new city, and a new job later, she’s done just that. This isn’t really her home, though. Or her family, however much she wishes it were. And playing house can be a dangerous game.

New Zealand rugby star Finn Douglas is just looking for a temporary nanny. Not a girlfriend, and definitely not a wife. He can’t resist Jenna’s cooking, it’s true. Who knew that he’d have so much trouble resisting her? He wants to do what’s right for his kids. But waiting is so hard . . .

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Vanessa Ayers
Vanessa Ayers
8 years ago

Do you have an example picture of Jenna’s swim suit? I can’t picture how she ties a bikini top in front.

Great series by the way…I’be read all three on my amazon kindle.

Vanessa Ayers
Vanessa Ayers
8 years ago


Dee Dee
Dee Dee
8 years ago

Just finished reading “Just for Now” and looking forward to reading the others. I lived in NZ for a little over 4 years and my daughter was born there (my own little Kiwi). My daughter and I are back in the states now, but hopefully someday will take my daughter for a visit to her birthplace. New Zealand is a beautiful and special place. Thank you for bringing back those memories. (loved the recipes – maybe you could add a recipe for a pavlova!)

Rosalind James
Rosalind James
8 years ago
Reply to  Dee Dee

Awww, Dee Dee, that is great! Four years in New Zealand sounds wonderful. Thanks for letting me know you enjoyed the book! And a recipe for a pav sounds perfect–will have to get a good one when I’m down there in a couple months. That was “pudding” at my Christmas tea last year, on a farm outside Motueka. This year is MUCH colder!

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