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by Tracy Davis
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Women's Fiction
  • Author:
    Tracy Davis
  • ISBN:
    1439217041
  • ISBN13:
    978-1439217047
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  • Publisher:
    BookSurge Publishing (April 10, 2009)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Women's Fiction
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    1111 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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    387
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Then her husband runs off, taking the nanny with him. Becoming progressively more unglued .

Then her husband runs off, taking the nanny with him. Becoming progressively more unglued, she embarks on a lustful and ill-advised affair with a swaggering lawyer, attempts eagerly to create even some vague semblance of a normal life, and realises that the tragedies and longing of her past have never left but remain entangled and misunderstood. The book is hilarious from the opening line, but it also has tremendous guts. I did like the overall plot of the story but found that either the main character(or the author)seriously had ADHD. The story jumped around a lot and at times was unbelievable.

Then her husband runs off, taking the nanny with hi. It’s more than just a skip-along tale of having it all and finding Mr Right just in time for a happy ending. Becoming progressively more unglued, she embarks on a lustful and ill-advised affair with a swaggering lawyer, attempts eagerly to create even some vague semblance of a normal life, and realises With a dull midlife crisis of a husband, a lush French nanny, two obstreperous children, and a job that by turns excites and brings her close to death by boredom, Carly. Macalister’s life is, if not exactly stable, a disarray to which she’s accustomed.

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Carly Macalister intended to live the perfect life in the ideal world.

When her husband, Paul, leaves his job to become an artist (with no talent whatsoever, but h. .Carly Macalister intended to live the perfect life in the ideal world.

When her husband, Paul, leaves his job to become an artist (with no talent whatsoever, but he loves the idea of it!), she still has Patrice, the young and lovely nanny who keeps everything and everyone together.

A few days before Christmas, Paul and Patrice disappear, leaving Carly with financial problems that must be resolved, a bruised ego that must be healed, and a desperate need to be strong for her children.

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Then she commits the ultimate betrayal. She was in her early 30s, had worked as a nanny for wealthy families for ten years and was married but didn't have children. With three children and a large family home to run, she hoped the nanny would give her more time for herself and enable her to support her partner at glamorous business functions. Little did she know that the life she wanted to make easier would end up falling apart, when Andy Watkins, 49, the father of her three children, started an affair with the very woman Angela had trusted enough to bring into her home.

She mourned her late husband with the companionship of her designer purses, designer jewelries, and money that could last her several . Your changes has been saved. The Widow Misses Her Villainous Late Husband.

She mourned her late husband with the companionship of her designer purses, designer jewelries, and money that could last her several lifetimes. But only Fu Sinian knew the truth - that after his death, this woman hosted parties, lived in their mansion, drove expensive sport cars, traveled the world, and flirted with men. She was having the time of her life. Home . Novel .

Carly Macalister intended to live the perfect life in the ideal world. When her husband, Paul, leaves his job to become an artist (with no talent whatsoever, but he loves the idea of it!), she still has Patrice, the young and lovely nanny who keeps everything and everyone together; and childhood friend Alex, who never stopped loving Carly and shares with her a tragedy long past but never resolved. A few days before Christmas, Paul and Patrice disappear, leaving Carly with financial problems that must be resolved, a bruised ego that must be healed, and a desperate need to be strong for her children. In Tracy Davis’s novel My Husband Ran Off with the Nanny and God Do I Miss Her, the author creates a funny, poignant, and sometimes heartbreaking story of one woman’s struggle to survive. From the first frantic scene to the surprise ending, readers will be carried along by this wonderfully compelling page turner.

Xirmiu
With a dull midlife crisis of a husband, a lush French nanny, two obstreperous children, and a job that by turns excites and brings her close to death by boredom, Carly Macalister's life is, if not exactly stable, a disarray to which she's accustomed. Then her husband runs off, taking the nanny with him. Becoming progressively more unglued, she embarks on a lustful and ill-advised affair with a swaggering lawyer, attempts eagerly to create even some vague semblance of a normal life, and realises that the tragedies and longing of her past have never left but remain entangled and misunderstood.

The book is hilarious from the opening line, but it also has tremendous guts. It's more than just a skip-along tale of having it all and finding Mr Right just in time for a happy ending. Davis traverses the breadth and depth of her characters' experiences in a way that is so personal, it seems almost voyeuristic. The characters grieve, lust, battle, scheme, love, panic, and laugh (both hysterically and joyfully). They are fallible and complex; prone to a melange of eccentricity, hyperventilation, and settling for less than they should; and are strange and surprising in only the way that people portrayed in their everyday oddness can be. An affecting and hilarious read, it is a tale of the pathos and lunacy of everyday life.
Hellblade
This book was listed in my recommendations by Amazon and I couldn't resist the title. I did like the overall plot of the story but found that either the main character(or the author)seriously had ADHD. The story jumped around a lot and at times was unbelievable. Overall worthy of reading, bring to the beach.
one life
My Husband Ran Off With The Nanny And God Do I Miss Her is one of the best books I've ever read. As a non-fiction reader and writer I usually stick to self-help type books. Tracy Davis made my long ride from New York to Washington DC go in the blink of an eye. It's a book I could not put down until I knew the outcome and along the way had many laugh out loud moments. During these stressful times everyone should buy, read, and buy some more of Ms. Davis' book for family and friends. Thank you for the great read!!!
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Ance
If you want a good laugh that we can all relate too, this is your book. We've all been through experiences that we can look back and laugh at, Tracy has a great way of bringing out these experiences in her hysterical book. I enjoy every page! Very fast reading, and a lot of humor. Inspiring for single moms and yet is a romantic comedy. Highly reccomend it to any person who likes real entertainment.
Warianys
Definitely a beach read. Breezed right through it. Good if you're not looking for too much substance, just mindless entertainment.
MOQ
Bought this for a beach read..it was "OK"...it seemed like it was trying to hard to make the characters over the top and outrageous to some extent.. the storyline in many parts was just not believable (for example, her relationship with her boyfriend)... The book had many fun parts but I've read better beach reads that I'd pick over this one any day.
Macill
This book could quite possibly be the worst piece of trash ever written. The characters were underdeveloped, and not in the least bit believable. The story jumped from one idea to the next, never taking the time to allow the reader to ingest what was taking place. Even the publishing of the book was second rate. This book was so bad, the author should refund anyone who spent their hard earned money on it. I would give this book negative stars if it were an option.
This is a book that both women and men will enjoy. It is funny and at the same time reflects how difficult relationships can be.
It is a thoroughly enjoyable read and I highly recommend it.