The Nanny Song creates a tumultuous story of change and pays close attention to the perceptions of adults and children alike. It’s highly recommended for readers who want a lively story of dysfunction, healing, and evolving love.-Midwest Book Review
Mallory Riscoe is no stranger to dysfunction. Despite her tumultuous childhood, at age twenty-two, she has established herself as a fully functional, self-made woman. However, the safe, mundane life she’s created for herself is quickly turned upside down when she’s falsely accused of theft and promptly fired. Meanwhile, a dismal pall hangs over the Colt residence. Since the death of his wife, Brendan Colt has struggled to care for his children, Kason and Meela. Each is lost in their own deep grief, but there is more to this family than meets the eye. Two worlds collide when Mallory accepts the job as nanny to the Colt children. Mallory begins to feel a connection, a whisper of trust between them, that could mean there is still hope for everyone involved to heal. But when an unspeakable secret is uncovered, that bond—and possibly Mallory’s life itself—is now at risk. Can Mallory unlock the mystery intertwined in this chaotic family or will all hope of closure be lost forever?