Friday, July 17, 2015

Review of "In Good Company" by Jen Turano

Nanny Millie Longfellow just can't seem to hold a job. Her ways appear unorthodox to some, but her charges love her dearly....until their parents fire her.

High society gentleman Everett Mulberry is the newly appointed guardian to three seemingly incorrigible children - and he can't seem to keep a nanny. When the employment agency they both are affiliated with insist that they "deserve each other", a fragile alliance is formed.

Enter Everett's not-all-that-she-seems fiancĂ©e, peacocks, well meaning (but meddling) friends, and enough of a mystery to keep things interesting, this late 1800's romantic fiction story with a great dose of humor will be just the thing for your summer - or anytime! - reading.

I received a copy of this book from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.

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