The Nanny Diaries

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Number of Pages
368
Publication year
2002
Book Rating
3.44/5 (85348 ratings)

About

Libby Mason has to choose between two guys Nick, a poor writer and Ed, a rich single man, each with different traits and each with different things to offer her. She’s confused and has to choose between either one, and that is how this book goes.

To Libby Mason, Mr. Right has always meant Mr. Rich.

A twenty five seven-year-old publicist, she is barely able to afford her fashionable and fabulous lifestyle and often has to foot the bill for dates with Struggling Writer Nick, a sexy but perpetually strapped-for-cash man she's dating (no commitments -- actually ). So when Ed, Britain's wealthiest but stodgiest bachelor, enters the picture, her idea of this fairy tale romance is turned on the head of it. Mr. Maybe is the narrative of her heartfelt but hilarious deliberation, irresistibly chronicled by bestselling author Jane Green. As the case might be, Nick makes up for his reduced equilibrium by his performance in the sack, or in the tub. But life together with him signifies more than every excursions to the pub and tons of tirades that are boring. However, these blue eyes, which tender heart... There's bank accounts and Ed, whose house are tempting to the Libby that is hungry. However, his unsavory mustache and bumbling manners make Libby wonder whether the platinum AMEX and boundless"retail therapy" are worthwhile. He might have fallen in love at first sight with her, but nothing appears to fix his performance in the sack {} . After the diamond buying starts, Libby is forced to understand that the time for"possibly" is upward. Taking romantic comedy into a stylish, sparkling new degree, Mr. Maybe is a timeless story of what happens to a woman when her heart and her mind are not searching for exactly the exact same thing. Having a laugh and moment plus a heroine whose struggles from the relationship jungle will remind one of your personal, Mr. Maybe is a narrative that will leave you smitten.

What makes this book stand out?

Being an average chick lit book so it’s a good read to blow time and keep yourself occupied.

Read it for

A simple book and common dilemmas faced by women and also written in a woman’s point of view

Don't read it for

This might be a bit of a drag to women bored of reading books like this with similar stories like this one.

Brief about Author Jane Green