In Good Company by Jen Turano is an absolutely delightful book. After reading the first book in this series I went and read all Jen Turano’s other books, because I enjoyed it so much. All of her books were wonderfully humorous, and In Good Company was no exception.
Millie Longfellow has just been dismissed from yet another position. Things are looking poor for this accident prone nanny. Enter Everett Mulberry a rich young man who’s mischievous wards have driven away another nanny. Everett doesn’t want to hire Millie due to her unfortunate knack of getting herself into trouble, but he’s desperate. Millie doesn’t want to work for Everett. She wouldn’t accept his offer of a position even if he offered her two thousand dollars, begged her on bended knee, and brought her flowers. He has rebuffed her attempts to become the nanny of his wards- thus insulting her nanny abilities- one too many times, but she can’t just turn her back on the children. So now Millie, Everett, and Everett’s three mischievous wards are off to spend the summer at Seaview Cottage, Everett’s summer cottage in Newport, where peacocks run rampant. To make matters worse, Abigail Hart has also decided to join the party which can mean only one thing… let the match making begin!
I received a copy of this book for an honest review from The Book Club Network, Inc. (TBCN) and the opinions are my own.
Reviewed by Nicky Chapelway
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