Composing a Family (Mannies Incorporated, #6) by Sean Michael

Composing a Family (Mannies Incorporated, #6)

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 Mannies Inc. for help finding a new position. Daniel Thorpe is a w...

Details Composing a Family (Mannies Incorporated, #6)

TitleComposing a Family (Mannies Incorporated, #6)
Release DateDec 18th, 2017
PublisherSean Michael
GenreRomance, M M Romance, Contemporary, Family

Reviews Composing a Family (Mannies Incorporated, #6)

  • 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 eigh...
  • 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
  • Lily
    3.5 stars
  • 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.
  • Lynnette Hartwig
    Another sweet Mannies Inc. story. Writing was, as always excellent.
  • R. R. Richmond
    I love this series and enjoyed this book so much, he kills the Mannie genre which is one of faves cos I adore books with Kids!!!
  • Love is Love Book Reviews
    Originally appeared on Love is Love Book Reviews.Sean Michael is one of my go-to authors when I’m looking for a sweet/low angst story and Composing a Family certainly fit the bill. The author doesn’t stray from the typical manny trope and it works. Like all of the books in the series, this book stands alone, no interconnections with any of the others.The writing is light and funny and poignant when it needs to be. The heroes are well drawn an...