Nanny Needed by Georgina Cross
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
When Sarah Larsen finds a job posting in the lobby of her building from a wealthy family looking for a nanny, she thinks it may be just the break she needs to get out of debt.
Sure, it says, special conditions apply, which is a little suspicious, but she’s never going to make headway in her bills with just her waitressing gig.
Applying for the job, she can hardly believe it when she makes it through to the interview stage.
Even more unbelievable is the family home, a penthouse on the Upper West Side. This is exactly what she needs and she gets it!
The Bird family is extremely wealthy and cherish their privacy, therefore, Sarah is required to sign an NDA, which she doesn’t think too much about.
The pay, the work hours, the minimal job requirements, it all seems a little too good to be true. And y’all know, if it seems that way, it’s because it is!
It doesn’t take long on the new job before Sarah realizes something is very off with the Birds. Very, very off.
Although the other members of staff aren’t completely willing to talk with her about the family, the little she is able to pick up indicates there have been a few nannies before her, the last one departing suddenly.
What happened to them? What would make them leave such a seemingly prestigious placement?
Nanny Needed is one wild ride. Getting to meet the Bird family was quite the jaw dropping experience. Oh wow, the secrets we keep.
Sarah got into it deep. I can’t believe how long she stayed into it, but there we go. Throughout it all, I was hooked, I’ll admit it, like a moth to a flame.
Rich people drama is a trope I love. While this was a bit far-fetched, it still kept me entertained. Particularly the second-half, which I read it one sitting.
I think if you are looking for a fun, fast-paced, Lifetime movie-type read, this would be a good one to pick up. Even though it most likely won’t be super memorable for me, it kept me engaged the entire time I was reading and that’s a great thing!
Thank you so much to the publisher, Bantam, for providing me with a copy to read and review. I definitely look forward to picking up more from this author!
One thought on “Review: Nanny Needed by Georgina Cross”
Yeah, as soon as that NDA came out I think I’d ask where the bathroom was and never come back.
(Thanks for the great review!)
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