Anna Farrier learns the hard way that in some careers, high-powered connections mean far more than actual talent. So, she becomes assistant to Cassandra Knight, author of scorching blockbusters whose real forte is social climbing. Unfortunately, the ad Anna answered is Cassandra's latest plan to bamboozle someone into becoming nanny to her son Zak-a post no one in his or her right mind would want.
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"Chick lit reigns supreme in this look at Anna Farrier and her desire to be a writer in London. She hires on as "assistant" to Cassandra Knight, author of steamy romances, only to find her job is that of nanny to Zak, Cassandra's obnoxious and rude son. So Anna learns of life in the upper middle class the hard way, from the bottom of the social ladder. Bishop reads this story of "finding oneself" with aplomb. Bishop's intonation keeps pace with the action as characters switch from male to female and class to class. Anna may be willing to work hard to further her writing career, but Cassandra and Zak may be the last straw. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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