Judas and Jezabel: The tales of a New York Nanny
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About the Author
C.Y. Brown worked in law enforcement prior to coming to the United States. She studied Child Psychology, Early Child Care Development and Human Relations. Brown's experience in childcare has enabled her to work for lawyers, doctors, and celebrities. Her hobbies are cooking, reading, arts and craft , traveling and interior design. She currently resides in New York, USA.
If you like stories where people are feuding and don't really have their priorities figured out, then this is a great read!
This wasn't something I was used to reading, and I have to say it was a really interesting story about the lives of some people and the fact that not everyone has the right priorities in life. The two antagonists of this story are going through a messy divorce and don't really seem to care about their child, but rather are only concerned with their money and how much of it they can get out of all of this.
The poor child is caught in the middle, and the only one who seems to care about him is the nanny who is just trying to stay out of the middle of the storm of lawyers and malcontents who are all grabbing for money.
It was a somewhat short book, but it was packed full of interesting details and some really deep looks at humanity.
About the Book
This is a story about lust, greed, and betrayal. C.Y. Brown agreed to move from Brooklyn, New York to New Jersey with a wealthy young couple and their baby. Never in her wildest dreams did she expect the couple to use her and the baby as pawns for their own greed and self gratification.
A long and nasty divorce, involving multiple lawyers, psychologists, family secrets and continuous lies by the couple. The husband tries to hold on to his money and the wife tries to grasp as much of the money as she can. What lies ahead for Carol and a young innocent child, trapped in the psychological game of cat and mouse?
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