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on 12 May 2012
I loved this story so much. i read this after being discharged from hospital so i was really struggling to concentrate and it was the perfect light read i needed.

'The Trophy Girl' tells the story of Lucy who comes to live with the Hetherington family as the nanny. The little boy's mother was killed in a horse riding accident and his father is an Earl. Lucy and The Earl don't get off to the greatest of starts and jealousy sparks within Lucy when she witnesses the woman who fall over the Earl, desperate for his attention. However, what Lucy doesn't realise is that the only womanly attention he wants, is from her.

'The Trophy Girl' is a fantastic read and one i will be recommending to friends.
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on 18 October 2010
Okay, the idea that an earl is going to fall for the nanny is a bit of a cliché but as a piece of fun escapism this book pressed all the right buttons. I was about halfway through when I realised it was a reworking of Rebecca although the wonderful Edward, Earl of Arden, is so much more fanciable than the rather creepy Max de Winter. Loved it
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on 6 June 2009
the nanny falls in love with the master of the house who happens to be an earl and is rolling in cash. she is from a more common background and is unsure of her feelings. there is no real connection between them or any chemistry that makes u think that they should be together. also the nemesis to the nanny seems to back off rather easily which as her character is made out to be an uber bitch wasnt really realistic. the ending is rather lame and predictable.
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