Babysitting an almost-teenager is difficult enough without adding the fact that it’s your boyfriend’s daughter and she doesn’t seem to like you too much. But Charles is up to the challenge and, with a little help from his co-workers, maybe he can make Neil’s family his own as well. “Cakewalk” is a wonderfully sweet story that I adore more each time I read it. I don’t envy Charles having to deal with the awkwardness of watching Neil’s daughter on his own, and I give the man credit for doing the best he can to win the girl over. There’s nothing not to love about “Cakewalk.” It’s got a bright energy about it, stemming from Charles and his obvious love for Neil and the way he goes about bridging the gap between himself and the rest of Neil’s family. Even the cake decorating scenes are something any Food Network fan will be delighted by (I sure was). “Cakewalk” was the first story I’ve read by ‘Nathan Burgoine but it definitely won’t be the last.