Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The Black Sheep's Redemption by Lynette Eason

Book Description:
Everyone in Fitzgerald Bay--except his law-enforcement family--is convinced Charles Fitzgerald murdered his children's nanny. Condemned by public opinion, his only hope for a replacement nanny to take care of his two-year-old twins is newcomer Demi Taylor. But Demi has problems of her own...starting with amnesia. She doesn't remember who she is, doesn't know where she's from--and has no idea why she always feels like someone is watching her. Is she in danger because of Charles? Or has someone sinister from her old life found her yet again?

My Thoughts:
I enjoyed this book.  Charles Fitzgerald is accused of murder.  Not by the legal system but by the town he lives in.  He hires Demi Taylor to be his children's nanny.  She is a lady who can't remember her past and is thought of as crazy by the townspeople for taking a job where the last person was murdered.  But there is someone trying to kill either her or Charles.  Is there something in her past?  Is it someone wanting revenge for the murdered nanny?
I enjoyed all the characters.  Charles was strong despite everything that was happening.  Demi was trying to remember something painful but trying anyway.  The twins were adorable.  Charles family was close despite everything going on.  All in all it was a good book.
I rate this a 4/5.  It was an enjoyable, good quick read.

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