Eleonor Samuel is a new author to me, but I’ll definitely be reading more of her books!
The Nanny . . .
India McKenzie lost her mother far too young. And now she’s lost her best friend, too.
She needs to escape, so she takes a job with a wealthy family.
They live in an isolated old manor house in the Derbyshire countryside. There’s never anyone around.
The parents are not exactly warm. It’s all piano practice and scheduling playdates.
Seven-year-old Alicia can be difficult sometimes, but really she’s just a sweet little girl who’s lonely. She needs a friend — not just a nanny.
Everyone says the grown-up son is dangerous. But India can’t help being drawn to him . . .
And there’s something no one talks about. A secret that this family will do anything to keep.
India became a nanny to finally find a family to call her own. Now that she’s found them — will they destroy her?
. . . She’s part of their family now.
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India needs to start a new life away from University in Leeds and finds herself employed as a Nanny for John and Julia Maine’s young daughter, Alicia.
It sounds straightforward, but it isn’t. India has secrets. The Maines have a skeleton or two in their closet, too. And then there’s the oldest son, Alex, who stays in the house for at least now.
Rumours and innuendo abound, and India has to determine which ones to believe and which not. If she isn’t careful, she could be in danger.
This book sucked me in from the beginning. I love psychological thrillers with plenty of suspicious characters, and this book had no shortage of them.
Just when I thought I had it all figured out, another twist took me in a different direction, and it wasn’t until the end that all was revealed.
Eleonor was born in Ely, Cambridgeshire, and grew up in the fens, attending the King’s School Ely before moving to Nottingham to study medicine. Since graduating in 2011, Eleonor has worked as a children’s doctor in a number of hospitals and pursued her love of writing alongside her medical career. She married her husband Tim in Ely Cathedral in 2014, and they now live in rural Nottinghamshire with their two young children.