The Au Pairs: Crazy Hot
I disliked the last book, and I think I dislike this one two. I just thought that the first and second book held a certain charm. It's obvious that the characters are the main asset to this novel, they keep things light and humorous, while keeping it real.
I just felt the plot a little straining. It's apparent that the girls have been through a lot, but just the events of the novels become a little unreal. If you haven't noticed, I'm a huge fan of keeping it 'real' and this book just goes against that. The circumstances were just unbelievable at times, and I just felt that I couldn't relate. Everything works out in the end, and I know in life, it's really not like that.
Theyre older, but not necessarily wiser. Thats the tagline as the worlds favorite au pairs come back to the Hamptons for one last summer fling.
Eliza had a successful freshman year at Parsons and is now opening her own store in the Hamptons. Its hard for her to juggle publicizing her store and her relationship with Jeremy, however, both of which are moving forward at lightning speed, but only one of which she is certain about for now.
Jacqui finished up her fifth year of high school and is excited to finally attend her dream school, NYU. She falls under the charm of two Australian photographer brothers who try to convince her to try out modeling, something shes always hated. And Mara suffers what appears to be a setback when her plans to travel Europe as a journalist with her boyfriend David fall to pieces when her passport expires. Stuck with what she believes will be a crappy summer, she agrees to act as au pair for Elizas stepmoms five children, along with Jacqui.
CRAZY HOT promises a hopeful future for the three friends, full of love, success, and passion.