From the author of The Playgroup
a hilarious book about families, au pairs, and the chaos that ensues when the two come together
From the Back Cover
Apparently anyone can set up an au pair agency around their kitchen table. So when money gets tight, Jilly does exactly that. But she hadn’t reckoned on Marie-France, a sparky French girl, signing up in the hope of finding her father, twenty years after her own mother had been an au pair in the same town.
Then there’s Matthew, a confused widower whose daughter has driven away a string of au pairs. Can Jilly ever find him the perfect match?
And let’s not forget the rest of the au pair mafia, including Heidi, Fatima and Antoinette who ‘likes children but not very much’.
The Au Pair is an hilarious but truthful romp through the world of au pairs and their unsuspecting families.