When I lied on my resume, I didn’t expect it to matter.
The first day was bad. The kids were the sporn of the devil
and I spied through a window and caught him doing something obscene….and
cabinet in my skimpy pyjamas and all hell broke loose.
chocolate…all of it.
I have never read TL Swan again but that is going to change right now. I really really enjoyed this story. It hit some social issues that are going on right now in the world but also brought a great love story to light.
Julian is an over the top father that cannot connect with his children. He really just doesn’t want to, to be honest. That is why he hires a nanny. Julian has a history with love that is horrible. He wants nothing to do with it and that really does include his children. He will give everything for them but show them, love.
Enter Brielle the new nanny. She isn’t like the last ones. She open, honest, fun, and full of love. Something these children need. But so does their father. Julian doesn’t know what to do with Brielle.
I loved watching this family become a family. Even when Julian fights it. He puts Brielle through hell a lot of the time. And what Willow has to go through breaks my heart. In the end, it all works out for the best, but man what a journey.
husband, children, words, chocolate and margaritas.
writing her next novel, you will find her in a café drinking coffee with
Dr. Stantons The Epilogue