When I signed up for the nanny agency, I didn't expect a remote mansion on a windswept cliff. Or a brooding billionaire. His brother's death means he's the guardian of a moody seven-year-old-girl. She's lashing out at the world, but I can handle her. I have to. I need the money to finish my college degree. As long as I can avoid the boss who alternately mocks me and coaxes me to reveal my darkest secrets.
This age-gap story features a naive young girl and an alpha-hole billionaire recluse who is responsible for his niece, hence the need for a nanny. I struggled to relate to the characters and the plot was extremely thin. However, the hardest part of this read for me was that it ends in a cliffhanger with no advance warning. This is such a frustrating thing for me, it discourages me from reading anything else by the author.
“I can’t be angry.”
She can’t be angry because there’s not enough space in her life for that. There’s only survival.