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Reviewed by Edith Wairimu for Readers' Favorite
Despite her unstable childhood and painful teenage years, Mallory Riscoe is finally finding her footing. She has a stable job, a place of her own and friends she can count on. However, a false accusation sees her fired and she is back to looking for a job. Mallory finds another job as a nanny for the Colts. Her job is far from rosy with two children who are hell-bent on seeing her gone and a father blinded by his own sadness. Mallory has to use her wits to sidestep the children’s schemes. As the plot in Misty Mount’s The Nanny Song progresses, Mallory starts to notice strange occurrences. Compounded with remarks from the children about their family, this has her on edge. Her initial determination to fix everything wrong with the Colts starts to fade.
The Nanny Song by Misty Mount contains suspenseful moments that add depth to the story. The scenes are not too violent and they contain enough conflict to propel the story forward. Mallory is well-developed as a perceptive and independent character. She is brave and does not let her past define her capabilities. The supporting characters also fit into their roles and their different traits make the work more diverse and unique. Strands of humor incorporated through realistic dialogues make the story even more entertaining. The combination of genres also adds variation to the book. The Nanny Song is an engaging and captivating read for all readers. More specifically, fans of suspense and romance will find it a page-turner.