- Title: Confessions of a Teen Nanny
- Author: Victoria Ashton
- ISBN: 9780060731786
- Page: 295
- Format: Paperback
Sixteen year old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight year old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired and she s the good news Because then there s Emma s half brother, Graydon, who goes to college yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne But worst ofSixteen year old Adrienne Lewis is in charge of eight year old Emma Warner, the youngest member of the snooty Warner family Emma is an evil genius who has gotten all five previous nannies fired and she s the good news Because then there s Emma s half brother, Graydon, who goes to college yet always seems to be lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne But worst of all is Emma s beautiful seventeen year old half sister, Cameron, whose reputation as a wild girl, a liar, and a user is known to everyone everyone, that is, except Adrienne.
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Adrienne Lewis is a sixteen year old who goes to a public high school and grew up in an average house. Cameron Warner is a seventeen year old who goes to a very posh high school, lives in a high apartment on the upper east side, rich and oh did i mention, gets everything she wants? so you're probably thinking, how do these two relate to each other? well Adrienna is introduced to a babysitting job by her best friend and she is soon hired by Mrs. Cameron. She realizes the pay is high, there's not [...]
Way too predictable, and honestly wouldn't have bothered finished it if it we're longer.
I've been spying this book for a long time. I once wanted to order it but it was never in stock. Coming from an older book, I'm not really surprised. I forgot about it over the years, and when I went to the library and found it, I was thrilled. I think that if you enjoyed Mean Girls or any chick-lit movie, then you're sure to adore this book. I've read many chick-lits in my life, and this was probably one that was very below-average comparing to the high-class awesome ones like Beach Lane by Mel [...]
Okay, so there is a teen named Adrienne, BFF to another teen, Liz. Liz gets her ajob at the ah-mazing Warner family residence, and in there lives Mr. Warner, Mrs. Warner,(Mr. Warner's 3rd wife), tottaly hot Graydon,(son of Mr. Warner's 1st wife), the oh-so-snobby Cameron (daughterof Mr. Warner's 2nd wife) and the evil genius 8 year old Emma. (daughter of current Mrs. Warner.)Through all her days of working at the Warners, Cameron has helped her, brought her to ah-mazing (drunken) parties, took h [...]
Lord, do I feel bad about giving a one star, but really the book was not good at all. I hated pretty much all of the characters, there was not a single redeemable character in this book. The book was a mix of Devil Wears Prada and Nanny Diaries, but not well crafted like those stories. So yeah, not good at all.
I just read this yesterday right in the library (mainly because I forgot my library card) and I was disappointed. There was New York, Fashion, The Upper East side, and a private school, but it just wasn't Gossip Girl, Confessions of a Shopaholic, or the Au Pairs.
Life as a teen nanny has never been more challenging. Sixteen-year old Adrienne Lewis is eight-year old Emma Warner's nanny. Emma, known to be an "evil supergenuis," is the youngest of the snobby Warner family, but she is the most tolerable. Adrienne has to deal with the ever-demanding Mrs. Warner; the creepy Graydon, who lurks around, waiting to hit on Adrienne; the wild, two-faced Cameron, and finally, the luxurious life of East New York, which she vicariously lives through Cameron. Cameron is [...]
Confessions of a Teen Nanny Book Review By Juliet SmallThroughout the book Confessions of a Teen Nanny, by Victoria Ashton, there were many characteristics about the book that I really enjoyed. I think that the book was really realistic and drama-filled. It was realistic to read because there were drama issues in the book that typically occur in high school. Some of these problems included fighting over boys, babysitting, dealing with rude people, and more. All of these dramatic problems were sp [...]
I RECENTLY READ THIS BOOK BECAUSE, I ENJOY FASHION AND LOVE THE GLAMORIZED UPPER EAST SIDE LIVES OF THE SUPPORTING CHARACTER, CAM. I ALSO LOVE THE UNDERDOG, THE CHIC FASHIONISTA, ADRIENNE, WHO MAY NOT HAVE THE SAME MONEY AS CAM, BUT HAS AN AMAZING SENSE OF FASHION AND SELF CONFIDENCE. ADRIENNE IS THE NANNY OF EMMA WARNER, THE DAUGHTER OF A PRECAUCIOUS UPPER CLASS FAMILY. EMMA IS VERY MISCHEVIOUS AND ENJOYS MAKING ADRIENNE'S LIFE SOMEWHAT MISERABLE. EMMA GETS ADRIENNE INTO TROUBLE ALMOST INSTANTL [...]
Adrienne Lewis is a sixteen year old who goes to a public high school and grew up in an average house. Cameron Warner is a seventeen year old who goes to a very posh high school, lives in a high apartment on the upper east side, rich and oh did i mention, gets everything she wants? Do you're probably thinking, how do these two relate to each other? Well, Adrienna is introduced to a babysitting job by her best friend and she is soon hired on by Mrs. Cameron. She realizes the pay is high, there's [...]
Wow, I can almost not believe this book was edited and published by a leading publishing house. Confessions of a Teen Nanny is really easy to sum up: shallow girls, party, make-up, party, hair, party, kissing, party, clothes shopping, party, makeover, party, hormonal boys, party, underage drinking, party, more underage drinking, party, nude poolside party, drug abuse, party, boy drama, party, party, andoh yes, party. And then there were also several inconsistencies and unlikely scenarios, plus t [...]
Adrienne Lewis is Emma's new nanny because the nannies before Emma didn't like or they were fired. Luckily, Emma seems to like Adrienne because Emma's mother told her to continue watching Emma. Emma isn't like any normal girl she is a genius because at a young age she's learning stuff being taught at high school already. Also, their family is very rich, just for watching Emma a couple of hours Adrienne gets paid hundreds of dollars. But Emma doesn't seem to be the problem. The big problem is Emm [...]
this book is about two middle class girls working for upperclass families. Liz who already worked for a rich and famous family was earning fast money. Even though it got hectic at times, it was worth it at the end of the week. For middleclass people to keep up with the luxury Upperclass people had, you gotta have a well paying job. Liz tells Arienne, her friend about a open job looking after a talented young girl. Adrienne takes the job. Emma, the talented girl gets used to her and so does Adrie [...]
In an attempt to earn some extra cash, Adrienne becomes a nanny for a wealthy family's eight-year-old daughter, Emma. Unfortunately, her family members are part of the package. Emma's mother cannot remember Adrienne's name and expects her to be on call 24/7, forget school and parental permission. Emma's father is absent. However, the most dangerous member of the family is Cameron, who decides to take Adrienne "under her wing" and give her the royalty treatment. Adrienne is soon caught up in the [...]
This book is about a girl named Adrienne and her job as a nanny. Her best friend Liz tells Adrienne about this great job, being the nanny of a extremely rich family. She steps into this job thinking it'll be the best job ever, five-hundred dollars per week plus bonus, what could be better? However, it turns out Adrienne has to look after a genius eight-year old girl named Emma who had her last five nannies fired. Adrienne finds herself adjusting well to Emma, and finds Emma likes her as well. Em [...]
was a light, breeze-through read. Nothing much to remember or eschew once the book is done with. As all other potential series beginnings, this book too was stopped abruptly and then I realized books 2 and 3 follow. But I may not peruse those as this one was not that breath taking. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a quick, easy read without working too many grey cells. The story deals with two upper middle class teenage girl friends who baby sit for uber rich brats. So there is this us [...]
This story is about two best friends who got jobs taking care of rich people’s children. Liz is taking care of over-dramatic Heather and a sick David, whose mom is a famous therapist, named Dr. Markham-Collins and never has time for her kids. Adrienne is taking care of the 8-year old genius Emma, who’s already taking high school courses. The pay is great, and Adrienne gets expensive free clothes form the totally rich Cameron (Emma’s step-sister), until she found out that Cameron is only be [...]
This book isn't exactly what I thought it was going to be like. No offense, but I didn't really like the whole drama in this book. I actually felt sorry for Adrienne for losing her boyfriend to a back-stabber. I didn't like what a party girl mean Cameron was! I hated the drama and lying of the book, I usually try to avoid books like these, I just didn't expect it. But I guess that's how life is full of drama. I will however give thumbs-up for the last page of the book, not because it was finishe [...]
I am absolutely in love with this series. I love the perfectly balanced amount of drama going on: the job as a nanny for the eight-year-old (genius) daughter of a billionaire family; the boyfriend who may or may not be cheating on the nanny, Adrienne; the wild-child older daughter of the billionaire couple who can be sweet and sour at different points. I also loved the way the book started: the after-scene of a party, with Adrienne's boss's diamond jewels missing. then it skips back two months e [...]
Confessions of a Teen Nanny is about a girl named Adrienne Lewis that went to a rich family, the Warners, and take care of their little eight year old kid Emma. This might seem like a perfect life for Adrienne, but Cameron Warner, Emma's big sister, is going to do series of things to hurt Adrienne. Adrienne life have never been easy on the day she has step into the Warner's family, but she will prevail.Showing the meaning of a teens life, this book will help teens out there, get over their probl [...]
Very 'The Devil Wears Prada'-esque or Jenny's story in Gossip Girl. Middle class girls get entangled in the Upper class lifestyle. Boyfriends get stolen, teenagers consume alcohol and drugs, Kids are seen and not heard and the middle class girl gets blackmailed and do their best to keep their head above the water. There is hardly any characterization in the book - You'll root for Liz and Adrienne because they're the ones struggling to fit in, but you won't love or hate them because they evoke pr [...]
Adrienne works at the penthouse of the Warner family in Manhattan and is a nanny for Emma. Emma has a step-brother named Graydon who tries to flirt with Adrienne everytime he gets the chance to. But what Adrienne doen't know is that Emma's "perfect" sister Cameron is trying to get Graydon too. I find this very weird because even though they are not blood related, they are after all brother and sister. Well, the drama is just starting.
This book was beyond interesting and a lot better then I expected. I didn't realize that this book was a series so I'm definitely gonna check out the other books. About a girl who needs some cash and becomes a teen nanny. She assumes the job is going to be simple but she is very wrong. It sort of reminded me of "The Nanny Diaries" (the movie, I have yet to read the book), but better. It was really good and I liked it a lot. I'm definitely going to read the sequel.
I enjoyed reading this book. It is about this girl named Adrienne who is a nanny for a very rich family. She is in charge of an 8 year old girl named Emma who is an evil little girl and a genius Emma's half brother, Graydon, seems to always lurking around waiting to hit on Adrienne. The thing about that is she has a boyfriend. So she struggles through boys, being a nanny, and Emma's half sister, Cameron.
I picked this book because I liked the cover and the spine was interesting but simple at the same time. When I was reading the book I felt really annoyed by a character's big sister because the big sister is really mean and she does things to make people feel irritated. Such as her number one talent. Blackmailing. But she is also my favorite because without her the book wouldn't have been so interesting.
I liked it, I'll definitely read the rest of the series. It was one of those books that flowed easily and I didn't want to put it down. I like the characters and the fact that it has a split point of view, and that the characters aren't 2D or how you think they are- they are always surprising you with something!
I hate to think that this type of parenting is real. How parents can be so disengaged from their children is beyond me. Anyway, this was a quick read, nothing spectacular, just a story about two teenage girls that let money and popularity cloud their judgement of what's right, wrong and just plain crazy.
This was a very easy, short read. The story was of a teenage girl that becomes a nanny for a very wealthy family. The girl who she is taking care of has a sister who causes a lot of trouble for her. It was fun, easy, and enjoyablebut it was not exactly an educational experience. I would recommend it for girls between 6th-8th grade
Well, Adrienne signed up to be a nanny for this mega wealthy family that has a 8 year old (who is a genius). She does it to fill in for the nanny who is coming from london. But the nanny didn't come so Adrienne does it. She deals problems with the 8 year old's sister (who is her age)and her perfect boyfriend.
It was very good. I read it in one day! It's about a girl who works for a billionare family as - you guessed it- a nanny. Emma is mainly who she is in charge with. She's an eight year old genius. And her seventeen year old sister, Camerone is a wild child. She throws secret parties and stuff like that. |t's a great book, you can't miss it.
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