Then theres Esme. Shes still torn between two boys and two worlds. Should she try to make everything up to Junior? Or is what she has with the gorgeous Jonathan worth the risk? And is Jonathan the nice guy&or what? Esmes worst problem is really an internal one. Shes really just not sure what she wants and it shows.
Kiley is the brave soul, trying to keep on top of Platinums crazy kids and on Platinums good side (is there one?) at the same time. With the drugged-out rock star ready to fire anyone at a moments notice (or to try and seduce their boyfriends), Kiley has a real mess on her hands. And underneath their ultra-cool exteriors, Platinums kids really just need a mom.
While I enjoyed the first Nannies book a bit more, this one has its merits as well and will keep readers on their toes as they turn the pages to find out what crazy thing will happen next. And the ending leaves you wanting more, especially with Kileys situation (I wont tell you what happens; thatd spoil it for you). Recommended for readers aged 14 and up.