The Nanny Diaries: A Novel - Emma McLaughlin, Nicola Kraus Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141029056 / Genre: Fiction / Nan, in her early twenties, goes to work for the wealthy X family to help put herself through college, and is shocked by their antics. Between raising the X's son Grayer, keeping on top of her studies, moving house and ensuring Mrs X's day ... more
The Nanny Diaries: A Novel - Emma McLaughlin, Nicola Kraus ... runs smoothly, it's a wonder Nanny ever finds time to hang out with the gorgeous HH on the sixth floor. With divorce on the cards, Nanny finds herself caught up in the X's embittered world of power plays, lies and deciet.
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The cover of The Nanny Diaries certainly calls to mind Mary Poppins, with its silhouetted figure of a woman flying over the New York skyline. But the story inside is strictly set in the twenty-first century, with its depictions of life at a frantic pace, ladies who lunch, Gucci knickers and sex. Imagine a grown up version of the Babysitters Club, and you've got the Nanny Diaries. The two authors of the book have both worked as nannies for over thirty families, so they know what they are on about. In a Note to Readers, we are told that "this is a work of fiction and none of those families is portrayed in this book". Even so, you can't help ... Read the complete review
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