Judas and Jezabel:the tales of a New York nanny by C.Y. Brown review#
Posted by mindygrindstaff
This is a story about lust, greed, and betrayal. C.Y. Brown agreed to move from Brooklyn, New York to New Jersey with a wealthy young couple and their baby. Never in her wildest dreams did she expect the couple to use her and the baby as pawns for their own greed and self gratification.
A long and nasty divorce, involving multiple lawyers, psychologists, family secrets and continuous lies by the couple. The husband tries to hold on to his money and the wife tries to grasp as much of the money as she can. What lies ahead for Carol and a young innocent child, trapped in the psychological game of cat and mouse?
An in depth look into the life of a nanny who gives up her life to care for a wealthy couples young child.
The mother Sharon is a cold hearted crazy gold digger who decides to divorce the father Connor who is a workaholic. Poor Carol the nanny and the child Cindy are trapped in the middle. The depths the parents stoop to for money and control of Cindy, and I call it control not custody for a reason, is deplorable. Poor Carol is used too, asked by Sharon to lie for her and lied to by Connor, it’s disgusting. The way this family implodes is wild.
I really enjoyed this honest look into what is supposed to be a fairy tale life. The author tells it all the good, the bad, and the ugly with an honesty that is refreshing in this world of sensationalized media.
Independent reviewer for Romance Authors That Rock. 4 hearts