The Mafia’s Virgin Nanny Read Online Sam Crescent

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Total pages in book: 36
Estimated words: 35676 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 178(@200wpm)___ 143(@250wpm)___ 119(@300wpm)

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The Mafia's Virgin Nanny

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Alonzo Zanetti has wanted Tessa for a long time. Ever since he took her in after her parents were killed, he’s been taking care of her, protecting her. When his sister gives birth, he sees his chance. She will become his sister’s kid’s nanny. This gives him the perfect opportunity to get close to her … to make her fall for him.

Tessa is used to being overlooked. She knows what pain feels like, and even though she’s never been exposed to the underworld her father was part of, she’s not immune to it either. When Alonzo demands she spends more time with him, it terrifies her. He’s her boss, the head of the Zanetti family, and one of the most feared men in her world—and he always makes her pussy ache and her pulse race.

When Tessa makes a huge mistake, it’s up to Alonzo to protect her, to keep her safe. Will he be able to keep her from the wrath and death of his world, or will she run when she gets the chance?
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Chapter One

“All you do all day is fuck your little whores. You’re not even a man.” The sound of the slap was more than enough for Tessa Brown. She picked up Caesar and carried him out of the room where his mother was in the process of crying.

She had learned to never get involved with Jessica and Benedict Adesso. They were married, but she didn’t understand why. Actually, she knew perfectly well why. Alonzo Zanetti had declared it, and his word was law. Head of the mafia and ruler of those beneath him, his sister had just been another pawn in the game he played. At least, that was what she was told.

Two years into the marriage, and it looked like the couple were no closer to liking each other, even if they had brought into the world Caesar, the beautiful baby boy she nannied for.

Of course, all of this was done under Alonzo’s roof. He wouldn’t allow them to leave. Did he even have a clue what went on? She doubted it. From seeing Jessica herself, she knew the other woman hid the abuse she suffered with makeup or certain clothes, and it wasn’t like Alonzo spent all that much time staring at his sister. The house was large enough for them to have a separate wing, so no one would ever hear Jessica scream.

Holding Caesar on her large hip, Tessa started the walk down the wide staircase. She winced as she heard Jessica call him a bastard and a few other choice words.

Times like this, she wished above everything else that she didn’t have this job. Not that she had much choice in the matter.

After her parents died, she’d been taken in by the mafia, as her father had been an important soldier for them. He’d been well-respected, and even though he tried to keep his only daughter out of the line of fire, it didn’t happen. Which was why at twenty years old, she worked for the most feared man in the world.

From the moment she’d been employed, at Alonzo’s insistence, she’d been told to never be seen or heard. If men or women entered a room, she always vacated it quietly. It helped that she had perfected the art of being invisible. In a world full of violence and women in designer clothes, she didn’t exactly fit in. She never wore makeup and wouldn’t be caught dead on a treadmill. She was all natural, with large hips, thick thighs, a tummy that was the result of too much ice cream, and tits that were too big.

Even with her size sixteen body, she was able to get around silently. She liked being alone.

The other nanny, Michele, liked to be noticed and would often leave Caesar alone to fuck one of the soldiers. Only, before anyone would miss her, she’d be back, looking like she truly cared for the young boy.

Tessa wasn’t interested in relationships or anything else. All she wanted to do was live her life, and to one day maybe make a small home somewhere. If she was lucky enough to have kids, she’d want at least two or three. Four if her husband wanted that.

Still, that seemed like a long way off.

For now, she was content to help take care of Caesar. If she didn’t do it, no one else would.

Jessica was a nice woman but at times really jealous. Anytime Benedict would walk into a room, she’d scream at any other woman to get out, even Michele. Fortunately, Jessica knew Tessa wasn’t like that, so she didn’t get yelled at anymore, which was a relief.

The one thing Tessa couldn’t stand more than anything else was getting yelled at. Even when her parents or a teacher was mad at her, it would freeze her into place and she couldn’t move. Much to her embarrassment, she’d also cry, which served to make her the object of much humiliation at school.

She hummed to Caesar as he played with the cross she wore around her neck. It was the last gift her parents had given her when she turned eighteen. It was a beautiful silver cross, and she never took it off.

Her father had told her to wear it, that it would keep her safe and help her make good decisions.

Going to school that day had seemed like a good decision. When she came home, Alonzo Zanetti had been waiting for her. It was the last morning she saw her parents, and she had completed her schooling here in the Zanetti mansion before she became Jessica’s nanny.

Once she was down the stairs that led to the Adesso wing of the mansion, she came to the top of the stairs that would now take her to the ground floor of the house. Caesar loved being in the library, and as there was so much carpet, she would sit with him for hours. He had his own little box of toys that he would play all day with. Being only one year old, he was still very much a baby, but he liked to crawl around a lot, and he gurgled, which she found so adorable.