Title: Nothing to See Here
Authors: Wilson, Kevin
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 254
Year: 2019
Language: English
Description: Lillian Breaker and Madison Roberts have history. Reaching back to their time together at an elite boarding school, Madison only has to click her fingers and Lillian will come running... and this time it is to be a nanny for Madison's problematic stepchildren, Bessie and Roland. The twins' tendency to spontaneously combust is an inconvenience for their father's political ambitions which are about to achieve fruition.

Surprisingly believable this is a delightfully quirky story of friendship, love and questionable parenting.

Categories: Fiction, Contemporary, Fantasy, Grief/loss, Human Rights, Relationships, USA, America, 2022 Titles


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By: PALMN 013 2021-11-01 10:28:18
Half of the group were reluctant to start this book, but all of us finished it. Most were pleased they did persevere. A very good discussion followed. Some of us did not quite see the humour. A sad story of neglected children saved. But, the cover. Whoever thought this would sell a book! We all decided that if we took it off a library shelf - it would be put straight back. Terrible cover!

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