This is a very sweet historical romance. The characters were very captivating and Seth's son is absolutely adorable. The 1920's is sadly neglected (or I just can't find them) in historical romance and it is such an interesting era. We get to see quite a few different sides of this period, from a speak-easy, to a shop girl, to a wealthy family home. The time period was really brought to life.
Erin is such an innocent girl - a little too much maybe. But I still loved her for it. Seth falls for her from the moment he sees her in jail. But he never imagines that she will end up working for him as a nanny. Having her under his roof is such temptation, and he falls even more for her. It was very well written and I was so happy when they got their HEA.