Composing a Family

Composing a Family

Tenor Abriole has just finished his stint as nanny for the Wilsons. He was with the family for twenty-one years, ever since he was eighteen. Now he’s looking for a new family, but finding that at thirty-nine, many people think he’s too old, and those who don’t think that’s a problem are balking at the fact that he’s a man, or that he’s gay, or both. He finally turns to Man...

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Title:Composing a Family
Author:Sean Michael
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  • Barbara

    Sean Michael is my favorite m/m mannie author and he certainly proved himself in this sweet mannie story of Daniel who is having triplets with a surrogate. Needing a nanny he goes to Mannie' Inc. for elp. Tenor is a 39 year old nannie and has just been released fro his lat job that lasted of eighteen years. He is anxious for this job as he feels totally qualified to do the job. He wants another family and hopes this job will be worth another eighteen years. Daniel and Matt, his guardian and past

    Sean Michael is my favorite m/m mannie author and he certainly proved himself in this sweet mannie story of Daniel who is having triplets with a surrogate. Needing a nanny he goes to Mannie' Inc. for elp. Tenor is a 39 year old nannie and has just been released fro his lat job that lasted of eighteen years. He is anxious for this job as he feels totally qualified to do the job. He wants another family and hopes this job will be worth another eighteen years. Daniel and Matt, his guardian and past nannie are impressed and hire Tenor on the spot. Daniel is a composer and musician and a past inheritance from his dead parents so life is easy. Daniel and Tenor drift gently toward each other as they wait for the girls to be born. The girls are born early and Daniel and Tenor learn to rely on each other more and more. a delightfully sweet story with an HEA. Recommend this story to anyone to read

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  • Lynnette Hartwig

    Another sweet Mannies Inc. story. Writing was, as always excellent.

  • Donna

    I have truly enjoyed this series... as a general rule, they have been light and fluffy, which works for me! I think this one fell a little short on the romance department, but, hey... triplets... need I say more? ;p

  • Serena Yates

    Every book in this series about the adventures of various mannies working for the Mannies Incorporated agency has had its own special charm, and ‘Composing a Family’ is no exception. Both main characters are sweet guys, the grandfather-to-be is an amazing man who used to be one of the men’s manny, the preparations for the arrival of the three girls are cute as well as realistic, and the drama is first class. The focus of this story, much as the title promises, is of the forming of this new famil

    Every book in this series about the adventures of various mannies working for the Mannies Incorporated agency has had its own special charm, and ‘Composing a Family’ is no exception. Both main characters are sweet guys, the grandfather-to-be is an amazing man who used to be one of the men’s manny, the preparations for the arrival of the three girls are cute as well as realistic, and the drama is first class. The focus of this story, much as the title promises, is of the forming of this new family, the dynamic of everyone getting together and realizing that they are now a unit. My only regret is that I didn’t get to see much of them together over the years… but that didn’t really reduce my enjoyment of seeing them all bond and get ready for the years to come.

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  • Katy Beth Mckee

    In this installment of the Mannies series most of the romance building happens before the babies even arrive. Both Daniel and Tenor are older and more settled which I think makes the fast pace romance seem to work. Also, the fact that there are three babies coming makes it believable that Tenor would move in to start setting up the the nursery ahead of time. This was another fun story in the series although this time the kids didn't get to "help" much.

  • Buttons

    Awww, such a sweet love story. Adorable characters, adorable babies, just an adorable and quick read.

  • Elizabeth

    This was a sweet, no angst story. However it was among my least favorite installements in this series.

  • Barb Manning

    This was a nice story, but it lacked enough drama for me. I love Sean Michael's other Mannies Inc books; this one was just a little slow paced for me.

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