Jane - April Lindener Reviews
Description:ISBN 0316084204 / Genre: Fiction / Romance
Newest Review: ... not being celebrity obsessed she gets a dream job, looking after the daughter of world famous rock star Nico Rathburn, Jane ... more
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This epic, chunky hardcover debut is a modern and romantic retell ...
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by - written on 03/10/11 (Very useful, 22 readings)
Jayne Moore has not had an easy time recently. After a troubled childhood having a narcissistic older sister who she now barely see's and an older bully of a brother, who would think nothing of hurting and humiliating the worst has happened, with both of her parents being killed in a car accident. After the bonds she was left in their will turn out to be worthless, and her brother has sold the family home he was left, and disappeared she finds herself almost destitute, having to leave her beloved art college to get a job to be able to live. After applying to "Discriminating nannies inc" she finds that due to her not being celebrity ... Read the complete review
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