Happy Book Birthday to “You Can’t Kiss the Nanny, Brady Banks”!

Today’s the day! “You Can’t Kiss the Nanny, Brady Banks,” aka the second book in the Kingsmen football series, is here! I loved the first book in the series, “You Had Your Chance, Lee Burrows,” and am loving this next one so far. My ARC review will be up later this week (follow my blog to get an email once it’s posted!), but for now, you can start reading yourself!

What is “You Can’t Kiss the Nanny, Brady Banks” by Piper Rayne about?

Brady Banks.

The Kingsmen’s best wide receiver.

Rich AF.
Hot as hell.
A stallion in the sack.

How do I know that last fact? I may have shared a one-night stand with him six months

ago when I was rebounding from a broken heart.

I didn’t forget him, but I was done with him, until I discovered he’s the single dad of the

boy I’ve been hired to nanny.

It’s near impossible to ignore my attraction to him now that we’re living under the same

roof—but I have no choice.

First, this job pays well, and I need the money to move out of my parents’ spare room.
Second, he’s a public figure and there’s no room for me to get caught up in a scandal

with him—I can’t disappoint my parents again.

Third, men like Brady were built to break hearts. I barely managed to piece mine back
together after my failed engagement and Brady would do irreparable damage if I gave

him the chance.

Let the longest three months of my life begin…

Download today on Amazon, Apple Books, Audible, Barnes & Noble, Google Play, and Kobo!


Reviews of other books by Piper Rayne

“False Start” – Piper Rayne (Kingsmen Football Prequel)

“You Had Your Chance, Lee Burrows” – Piper Rayne (Kingsmen Football #1) – ARC

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