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Book Review -Nanny Witness by Hope White



Hey neighbors!!

It has been awhile since I have written a Christian Fiction, book review.  I had the opportunity to read and review Nanny Witness by Hope White.  Before I start though, let me tell you I am pretty picky about my Christian Fiction reading.  Not that I don't read a lot of books, at least I start them, but many I only make it a chapter or two and then quit.  My family can tell I have a good one when I actually carry it around and take it with me so I can finish reading it.  This is what happened with Nanny Witness.

Nanny Witness is considered a suspense, and truly held my attention.  I like suspense and I like them to include a little romance, but many go way over on the romance, not so with this book.  Hope White walks an excellent line in this book in that there is plenty of suspense and action with some romance thrown in.

The book is apparently part of a series -The Baby Protectors.  Carly Winslow is a nanny who while putting the child in her care down for a nap hears gunshots and voices over the baby monitor from downstairs. This launches her and the baby she is caring for on a run for their lives.  She runs into the baby's uncle while fleeing the home.  Brody "Whit" Whitaker is Mia's uncle and also an officer on leave.  Unsure whether either one can trust the other, they agree to work together to keep baby Mia safe.  I am sure you will enjoy reading about the struggles they have to endure while trying to protect Mia.  No spoilers here, just a recommendation that you read this book. My 18 year old daughter read this too and was impressed.

You can purchase Nanny Witness on Amazon in paperback, Kindle or mass market.  Check out Hope White's website and social media for more information on her and the other books she has written.
Website - HERE
Facebook - HERE
Twitter - HERE

Thank you Hope White for a story that holds the attention until the very end.  Neighbors, thanks for stopping by, where neighbors share!  See you soon!

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