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LIH Spotlight: A Nanny for Keeps

It’s June, and that means four new stories from
Love Inspired Historical are on the shelves.

This week I’m shining the spotlight on
A Nanny for Keeps by Janet Lee Barton,
the sixth book in her Boardinghouse Betrothals series.

Learn more about the story below, and then
scroll down to enter a giveaway for one print copy.

A Nanny for Keeps

A Family in Need 

With no teaching positions open, Georgia Marshall agrees to become the temporary nanny for the two little girls next door. But she soon becomes enamored of the precocious children and their dashing but distant widowed father. Though she’s falling for him, she can’t help but think that the nobleman is out of her reach.

After the tragic loss of his wife, Tyler Walker swore he’d never again give his heart away. Until his neighbor brightens his home and brings some much-needed stability to his motherless family. But he refuses to allow this arrangement with the pretty teacher to become permanent…no matter how much he wants Georgia by his side—forever.

Copyright © 2016 by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
Cover art and cover copy text used by arrangement with Harlequin Enterprises Limited.
® and ™ are trademarks owned by Harlequin Enterprises Limited
or its affiliated companies, used under license.


Fun Question for Janet…

A woman’s clothes closet can reveal a great deal about her. What would we learn about you if we took a peek in yours?

Janet says: “You’d know that my favorite colors are teal, aqua and green—and that I keep going back to those colors again and again. In fact I need to add a few other colors to the mix!

You’d also see that while I like pretty clothes, I want them to be comfy and casually dressy so I can go to the store or out to eat and not have to change two or three times a day. But you wouldn’t find many designer names in there, so you’d know I try to find my own style 🙂

You’d also find that I have some ‘yard’ clothes for working in my garden, and you’d know I love flowers of all kinds.”

Your Turn…

What would we learn about you if we took a peek in your clothes closet?


Enter to Win a Print Copy of A Nanny for Keeps.

Giveaway ends Sunday, July 3 at 12 a.m. PDT.

Winner to be announced in my new
blog post on Monday, July 4.

Must be 18 to enter. International OK. Void where prohibited.

Congratulations to Connie S, winner from my June 20 post,
who will receive a copy of Once More a Family,
Janet Lee Barton’s June 2016 release.

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Keli Gwyn


  • Deana Dick says:

    You would learn that I wear jeans and tshirts. It makes me feel comfortable and hides my being overweight a bit. I also have lots of tubs of books that I treasure.

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Deana, my closet has several pair of jeans in it, too. I don’t wear T-shirts very often, but I do have a pretty lilac-colored one with wildflowers on the front that is my hiking shirt.

  • You would find that I’m a jeans kind of gal too. I tend to have more blouses than t-shirts though. I must remedy that! I’ve recently purchased a couple of dresses that my granddaughters were shocked to see me wear! ha!

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Julie, I tend to wear blouses far more often than T-shirts, too. I rarely wear dresses, but I have several skirts I really like.

  • Sylvia McGhan says:

    You would learn that I love wearing skirts, and that I’m all into bright colors 🙂

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Sylvia, I’m sure you look lovely in your brightly colored skirts. Most of my skirts are black, but I pair them with pretty purple shirts and blouses.

  • Nicole Wetherington says:

    That I love sweaters!

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Nicole, sweaters are when the weather is cool. We hit 96ºF here in the Sierra Foothills of California today, so my sweaters are far from my mind. Come fall, I’ll be grateful for their warmth. Actually, I keep a cardigan handy this time of year because I can get chilly in restaurants where the AC is set low.

  • Joan Kurth says:

    You would learn that I love long skirts. I wear them mostly to church, winter or summer and I have jackets to match for about half of them.

  • Trixi says:

    I’m very casual most of the time & my closet would reflect that 🙂 Though over the most recent years, my husband has convinced me to add a bit more color to my wardrobe, and I almost hate to admit, he was absolutely correct! I have 4 pairs of capri pants and some lightweight t-shirts (feminine cut & colors)for summer, long solid color t-shirts and jeans for colder weather in winter, a few sweatshirts when it’s really cold outside, and various nicer clothes for church.
    In fact, my husband took me shopping a week ago for two new dress slacks & two new blouses since the zipper on my black slacks broke (I had them since 2008!). I literally HATE shopping, so he took me dragging and kicking…haha! But I did need a new pair of slacks for church 🙂 And he was right again on how much I need some color and more updated blouses! So to say the least, I do wear clothes until they fall apart or my husband drags me shopping (whichever comes first)…haha!
    I have all of the other Boarding House Betrothal books on my shelf and I am super excited to learn of Janet’s newest installment! Thanks for the chance Keli 🙂

    • Keli Gwyn says:

      Trixi, it sounds like you know what you like and get good use out of your clothing purchases. I hope you enjoy the new slacks and blouses for years to come. 🙂