In 1982 Nina took on a job as the Nanny to two little boys in Gloucester Crescent in London.
Throughout her years as a Nanny she sent numerous letters to her sister Victoria detailing her highs and lows of her life
Love, Nina is a collection of letters sent to Victoria and although we never get to see the letter replied to by Victoria we get an insight into their discussions through Nina's next letter to Victoria.
Nina immediately is part of Mary-Kate and her two sons family sharing their dinner room discussions, parking incidents in London and varied childish conversation with Sam and Will
Nina shares the good and the bad throughout the book and series of Letters, The book is separated into two part - Moving In and Moving On (don't worry I have not given away any of the story)
I loved the relay of conversations between Sam and Will, there were some classic lines and I found myself laughing imagining two little boys sitting at the breakfast bench chatting away. Nina was charming, funny and witty throughout the whole book
Love, Nina flowed really well and I could picture the family life Nina got to be part of but also they way Mary-Kate, Sam and Will's got to become part of Nina's Life.
Love, Nina: A Nanny Writes Home is released 22nd April 2014
Please note I received an advance copy of Love, Nina: A Nanny Writes Home to read and review from Little, Brown and Company