Nanny And The Beast
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📒Nanny And The Beast ✍ Georgia Le Carre
✏Nanny and the Beast Book Summary : Yuri A year ago Yulia, my niece, lost both her parents. Two months ago she completely stopped speaking. Her psychiatrist thought a gentler presence around the house might be good for her. She suggested a nanny for the child. Naturally, I would do anything that would help her regain her happy childhood. But I didn't expect the woman who stepped into my office. Yeah, she's got my attention, all right, but for all the wrong reasons. I sure as hell don't need this ripe fruit to distract me day and night in my own home. I tell her she hasn't got the job, and watch her leave my study, but Fate has other plans. Resistance is futile. April He lives in a white mansion in London's Knightsbridge, a magnet for playboys and Russian billionaires Big, burly bodyguards look at me as if I've not come for a job interview, but to steal the family silver. Whatever. I maintain my professionalism, I'm determined to get this intriguing job of caring for the girl who refuses to speak. A prim woman leads me to his study. She knocks, and a deep, smooth voice beckons us to enter. The door opens and I set eyes on Yuri Volkov. OMG. His eyes are like a wolf's. Pitiless. Mesmerizing Dangerous. Obviously he Is drop dead wrong but, I can't stop imagining his big, tanned hands caressing every inch of me. After the briefest interview in the history of interviews he informs me I haven't got the job. As I walk away, humiliated, from his study, it happens. The unthinkable. And I'm suddenly back in the game. - There's a saying though: be careful what you wish for...This is a standalone book with guaranteed
📒Nanny And The Beast ✍ Donna Clayton
✏Nanny and the Beast Book Summary : Sophia Stanton has worked too hard building a thriving nanny-placement service to risk it and try juggling career and family. But when single dad Michael Taylor fires three of her nannies in quick succession, Sophia decides to confront the Beast (that's what her employees call him) directly by temporarily acting as nanny for his baby girl…. -Having been badly burned by his precious daughter's shameless mother, Michael has every Reason to distrust women. But as Sophia enters his home and gently endears herself to his daughter, the walls around his stone heart start to crumble. Awed by her beauty and caring, Michael wonders if his heart can be trusted now to make a wrong right…
📒Roseita Hamish And The Beast ✍ Ann Onymous
✏Roseita Hamish and the Beast Book Summary : Roseita Fortesque is only five years old when she frees a bazaar dog in Kiruma, patiently waiting to be sold for food. The Kirumese people thought it had escaped and bitten her – she never told them the truth. She couldn’t bear the sight of the poor cats and dogs, cooped up in cages, looking so ill in the heat. They couldn’t know what was happening to them – but she did and she hated it. Those dreadfully sad looking creatures would be eaten for food by the people, who were so poor she’d heard from Hamish, they ate whatever they could or starved... Worse still, she loves that hated bazaar dog, which the Kirumese people believe will bring disaster and ruin to their nation. She also loves the teenage boy next door, Hamish Martlett, who has a puzzling mystery in his past. Together, in secret, they feed the bazaar dog. How could she possibly foresee the terrifying consequences that saving one dog’s life could bring? Greg Martlett, Hamish’s millionaire father, threatens and bribes a Kirumese man into killing Roseita. She is tricked and hounded as she travels from country to country, trying to escape his clutches, wanting to find Hamish again. When, at last, she discovers Hamish’s tragic secret, who is it who finally saves her life? Roseita Hamish and the Beast is a thrilling mystery story that will appeal to fans of adventure, intrigue and faraway places.
✏A Beast the Color of Winter Book Summary : "In North America there is one large animal that belongs almost entirely to the realm of towering rock and unmelting snow. Pressing hard against the upper limit of life's possibilities, it exists higher and steeper throughout the year than any other big beast on the continent. It is possibly the best and most complete mountaineer that ever existed on any continent. Oreamnos americanus is its scientific name. Its common name is mountain goat." Resourceful, belligerent, and unbelievably sure-footed, the mountain goat is a white-coated survivor from the Ice Age. Oreamnos americanus shares its dizzying alpine world with elk, eagles, bighorn sheep, and grizzlies. This first full-length book on the mountain goat offers a superbly written portrait of its life, habits, and environment. Douglas H. Chadwick tracked mountain goat herds for seven years, and his observations are richly textured and replete with fascinating and dramatic details. We learn of the mountain goats' lives from birth to adulthood, their feeding habits, unique social behavior and courtship rituals, and their long history. Chadwick also makes clear the troubling and escalating impact of the modern world on the mountain goat's wilderness home. This Bison Books edition features a new introduction by the author.
📒The Beast ✍ Tracy Thompson
✏The Beast Book Summary : “A frightening tale that will strike a nerve in anyone whose life has been touched by the agony of mental illness” (People). It hides in plain sight—in the colleague who drinks too much, in the friend who keeps canceling nights out, in the teenager who won’t leave his room. It is frequently found running in tandem with other life-threatening diseases. It is in our colleagues, in our friends, in our families. Depression has afflicted Tracy Thompson most of her life. To the outsider looking in, she was a happy person with a rewarding career, a beautiful family, and a large circle of friends. But lurking beneath the veil of contentment was a dark, inexplicable, and all-consuming despair that she would later dub “The Beast.” In this unflinching chronicle of her continuing battle against “The Beast,” Tracy Thompson writes with ceaseless candor on her struggles and the internal war that pursued her from youth to adulthood, undermining relationships, complicating her career, and threatening her family. Thompson recounts this most personal and vital battle to reclaim her life before depression could take it from her. A seminal work on depression at publication, The Beast remains an essential read to the millions of Americans enduring this affliction, in either their loved ones or themselves. It offers an insightful perspective on the disease, and a glimmer of hope. “Ms. Thompson takes a clear-eyed look at work as well as love, intertwining the success story of her journalistic career (she eventually becomes a reporter on The Washington Post) with her record of numb despair, suicide attempts and hospitalizations.” —The New York Times
📒The Beast And The Witch ✍ Jo Lawyer
✏The Beast And The Witch Book Summary : Joanne Lawyer finds her life changing when Loretta Abbott entered her life with help Jo finds her dull life changing into a very fast pace. How this comes about makes The Beast and the Witch an interesting read. To learn what happens read The Beast and the Witch.
📒Nanny ✍ Michael James
✏Nanny Book Summary : 'Nanny' is a story about a dour and unstable nanny who detonates in a most horrific manner. There is a blinkered police investigation that swings from New England back to Britain, despicable betrayal and many twists and cul-de-sacs. Not a book for the faint-hearted. But an excellent read. Edge of the seat stuff!
📒And Nanny Makes Three ✍ Jessika Auerbach
✏And Nanny Makes Three Book Summary : From the playground to the playroom, mothers and nannies are engaged in a relationship like no other – they are sometimes co-parents and comrades, often confidants, and much more than employer and employee. It is a complex relationship that touches on issues of love, trust, and money. It can be a wonderful collaboration between two women who care for the same child or it can be a difficult situation with unfulfilled expectations on both sides. Mothers can be obsessed, conflicted, and confused about how to manage caregivers – but they also must contend with how they feel about having another woman take care of their children. Caregivers love the kids, but often run into trouble dealing with mom. And Nanny Makes Three goes behind the scenes of domestic arrangements to discover what moms and nannies or au pairs are really thinking about each other, the kids, their respective jobs and their identities. In this eye-opening book, Jessika Auerbach plumbs the depth of this unique child care relationship and presents a perspective that draws from both sides. Mothers' and caregivers' genuine and unique voices are equally represented giving a balanced view to this highly complicated, emotionally charged relationship. Anyone who is a mother, working or not, or thinking of becoming a mother and wondering how to juggle career and children without dropping the ball somewhere along the way will gain invaluable insight from And Nanny Makes Three. "The relationship between any working mother and the caretaker of her child involves some of the most intense, important, conflicted, and complicated interactions a woman is ever likely to have. Once a mother returns to work - full-time, part-time, any time and anywhere - it's the one relationship that almost more than any other will keep her awake at night, make her furious, desperate, grateful, and guilty. As a mother who both loves her children and needs her job, it's also often a relationship she wishes she would never have to have. Yet from the moment it begins, it becomes hopelessly and forever entangled with her view of herself, her love of her family, and her need to support them. In this way it becomes instantly and inextricably folded into the dialogue every mother carries on within herself, with her partner, her colleagues, and her friends: If playground, cocktail party and book group conversation is anything to go by, the topic of nannies, what they do to us and what we do to them is right up there with talk about love, sex, and school waiting lists." --from the Introduction Jessika Auerbach was born in Germany, but grew up primarily in England. She studied at the Institut des Sciences Politiques and the Sorbonne in Paris and at Oxford University, and since that time has lived and worked as an editor and writer in New York, Connecticut, the Netherlands, and Hong Kong. Her four daughters were born on three different continents, and she and her husband remain happily in touch with almost all the nineteen nannies, au-pairs and part-time babysitters who have provided them with childcare over the years. She currently lives with her family in Singapore, where she is working on her next book.
📒Taming The Beast ✍ Amy J. Fetzer
✏Taming the Beast Book Summary : Summoned like a serving girl to the king, Laura Cambridge was hired as nanny to Richard Blackthorne's secret child. Rumors about this hulking recluse didn't daunt Laura-her beauty-queen past had taught her the inner person didn't always match the facade. But Richard's heart was as painfully scarred as his chiseled features.... To Richard, lovely Laura was like candy dangled in front of a baby-he was offered the sweet, but denied the taste. Yet sometimes grizzly bears enjoyed a taste of honey...and in fiction the disfigured Mr. Rochester won the love of Jane Eyre. So Richard dared to woo his green-eyed goddess, gambling that-like Jane-Laura would one day declare, "Reader, I married him."
📒The Nanny Arrangement ✍ Lily George
✏The Nanny Arrangement Book Summary : A family in the making Becoming nursemaid to Paul Holmes's orphaned niece seems like the perfect solution to Becky Siddons's problems. After having her romantic hopes dashed, she's determined to focus solely on her charge and not the little girl's handsome uncle. Until Becky realizes she is losing her heart to a man determined to keep his own under lock and key…. Paul had hoped hiring Becky would allow him to keep a distance from his niece, a reminder of his late sister—and his failings in raising her. Yet he soon finds himself enjoying spending time with outspoken, impulsive Becky and the child. Can he take a chance on this unexpected, joyful new family?