Did Madison choose Lillian to be her friend because it was convenient for her?
Or did Madison choose Lillian to be her friend because she needed a true friend?
The reason wasn’t clear, but in my opinion what Madison did to Lillian was unforgivable even though they did remain friends.
After many years of still staying in touch, Madison offers Lillian a job as the nanny to the children of her husband and ex-wife since their mother died.
Lillian was skepticaL about the nanny job, but also couldn’t believe the luck of being able to live in a mansion’s guest cottage with domestic help.
The only draw back is that the children have some rare disease where they automatically combust when they get upset. Yes...they catch on fire.
Lillian decided to take the challenge because there were many perks to this job.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE has an interesting premise, and the characters are even more interesting.
Lillian didn’t have a good experience the first time she met the children, but she remained calm and hoped for the best.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE is comical as well as heartwarming as Lillian learns to take care of Roland and Bessie and fall in love with these strange, needy, difficult children.
Lillian wants them to do well and to find out a way to help with this unusual problem. The reader will fall in love with Roland and Bessie too.
I never did warm up to or trust Madison...I still felt she was using Lillian and knew she could because Lillian adored her, and Madison had the money to demand what she wanted.
Madison's husband was even more unlikable. I would catch on fire if I were Lillian because of the anger I would feel toward Jasper and Madison and how they treat people and their own children.
I recommend NOTHING TO SEE HERE just so readers can experience Mr. Wilson's marvelous writing and storytelling skills.
This book will hold your interest simply because of the unique topic and because of the care and love Lillian gives the children.
I hope you enjoy it if you read it.
This book is heartwarming as well as heartbreaking. 5/5
This book was given to me by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.