Thursday, October 1, 2015
Book Review - IN GOOD COMPANY by Jen Turano
I love Jen Turano's quirky sense of humor, don't you? You can tell by the cover you're going to get a good giggle or two out of the book. And a little pathos and mystery and unsolvable problems.
Pathos: What could be more sympathy-inducing the three young orphans?
Mystery: What has happened to the orphans' parents' yacht? It disappeared about the same time as their accident.
Unsolvable problem: Millie Longfellow is practically forced to go to work for that snobby Everett Mulberry. She needs a job after being dismissed (yet again) as a nanny. He has to have a nanny because the three sympathy-inducing (real stinkers!) orphans have been placed in his care in their parents' will, and his soon-to-be fiance' insists they must have them. At least until she can send them off to a boarding school.
Add in a villain and a conniving rich old lady.
Well, you get the picture.
So you see, you really have to dash over to Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or Christian Book Distributors and get a copy.
I was given a copy of this book free in return for an honest review.