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ISBN:
0385903014
Author:
Melody Mayer
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Delacorte Books for Young Readers (May 9, 2006)
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1443 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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Friends with Benefits but Melody Mayer is about these three girls that all come from different towns but all become . it was alright but this is a fluff novel for sure. These girls get into a lot of ridiculous situations and manage to get out of them pretty easily.

Friends with Benefits but Melody Mayer is about these three girls that all come from different towns but all become friends through the business of nannying for the rich and famous. That's it. Oh yeah, and there is a lot of love interests and love triangles to keep it at least semi-interesting.

Authors: Melody Mayer.

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Raised in Bel Air, Melody Mayer is the eldest daughter of a fourth-generation Hollywood family and has outlasted countless nannies. She lives in Los Angeles. Category: Teen & Young Adult Fiction Teen & Young Adult Social Issues. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Also in Teen & Young Adult Fiction.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Poor girls. Lydia is not used to working for her money. But having money? Shes used to thatand lots of it. Now that shes in La-La Land, Lydia will do whatever it takes to maintain the . lifestyle she was born to have. If it means she has to tell a few little lies to get there, well, a Hollywood girls gotta do what a Hollywood girls gotta do, right?Rich Boys. Being with Jonathan is playing with fuego. Everything about him spells trouble for Esme, from his trendy hybrid car to his expensive clothes to his so-called ex, Mackenzie

Also by Melody Mayer. This is great, Mom-I’ve made two friends here, both nannies like me. Esme works for a famous TV producer (Steven Goldhagen!!) and his wife; they have two adopted kids who only speak Spanish. I think they hired Esme because she’s bilingual.

Also by Melody Mayer.

Friends with benefits. Interpersonal relations - Fiction. Friendship - Fiction. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Beverly Hills (Calif. Internet Archive Books.

Friends with Benefits. But having money? She's used to that-and lots of it. Now that she's in La-La Land, Lydia will do whatever it takes to maintain the . If it means she has to tell a few little lies to get there, well, a Hollywood girl's gotta do what a Hollywood girl's gotta do, right? Rich Boys.

The Nannies: Friends with Benefits. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 13 years ago. Just like the first book in the series, Friends with Benefits is filled with the same cliches found in The Clique, Gossip Girl, and The It Girl. Girls shop and go to parties, meet boys, have a misunderstanding, then get back together with said boys. However, I was still greatly entertained by the second novel, and read it in a couple hours. I highly recommend it, but read the first book first! The nannies. Published by Thriftbooks

Poor girls.Lydia is not used to working for her money. But having money? She’s used to that—and lots of it. Now that she’s in La-La Land, Lydia will do whatever it takes to maintain the L.A. lifestyle she was born to have. If it means she has to tell a few little lies to get there, well, a Hollywood girl’s gotta do what a Hollywood girl’s gotta do, right?Rich Boys.Being with Jonathan is playing with fuego. Everything about him spells trouble for Esme, from his trendy hybrid car to his expensive clothes to his so-called ex, Mackenzie. What’s worse is it seems that he wants to keep Esme hidden away, a secret. Doesn’t a guy who likes you want to show you off? Unless you’re just being used.Richer Girls.Anyone who’s anyone will be at Fab, the exclusive party that wraps up L.A.’s fashion week. That’s why Platinum—neurotic music superstar and Kiley’s new boss—is desperate to snag an invite. Kiley has the unlikely power to make it happen . . . or say good-bye to her California summer.From the Trade Paperback edition.
  • tamada
As THE NANNIES series rolls along, seventeen-year-old Kiley finds herself struggling to survive the craziness of being the nanny employed by rock superstar Platinum. She must hang in there, however, lest her dream "to graduate from high school in California so that she can attend Scripps Institution of Oceanography as an in-state resident" be shattered.

Kiley's friends, Lydia and Esme, are nannies for other prominent families in L.A., and each girl faces her own difficulties. Lydia was born into money, but her parents decided to move the family from their home in Texas to the Amazon basin to do missionary work when she was only eight years old. Until she moved back to the United States to live with her aunt and her girlfriend, Lydia's only knowledge of the rich, famous, and shallow came from the magazines she was able to confiscate from visitors to the bush. Now, she isn't about to let her life in the States go, no matter what she has to do to keep it.

Esme, on the other hand, has a completely different problem: She is sleeping with her boss's son. Not only does the situation put her job in jeopardy, it is also a point of constant guilt for Esme, who has a boyfriend back home. Besides, she is only the hired help: sleeping with the boss's son is a degrading road to nowhere.

Mayer occasionally tries to make the point that money isn't everything: "She was willing to work. Marym was willing to get paid for the looks that she'd done nothing to earn. There was something very unfair about it" (p. 49). Overall, however, the story is shallow, name-dropping, and requires no real thought to read. But is that a bad thing?

THE NANNIES series is not meant to be ground-breaking literature. It is written to entertain, to be fun, and to be a series of lighthearted "dirt" novels for pre-Jackie Collins fans...and I happen to love Jackie Collins. Mayer accomplishes just what she intends, and she does it well; if I were a fifteen-year-old girl, I would read this, breathless, in one sitting.

Reviewed by: Mechele R. Dillard
  • Kison
I stumbled upon this series and thought the first book was ok. I decided to check out the second book to see what became of these girls. The second book insults my intelligence and I felt like I should be paid to read it. The entire book goes by and hardly anything takes place.

I'm a fan of light reading as much as the next girl but this book literally had zero substance. I can't believe someone actually published this.

Worse yet, and I'm surprised no one has mentioned this - at the end of the book, Esme mentions feeling that tingle and that she's got a cold sore coming on. Ten minutes later she's making out with her boyfriend. I don't expect books and celebrities to educate kids but anyone who knows anything knows what she'd be in the perfect position to infect her boyfriend with her lip herpes if she's about to get a cold sore and she's kissing him. What a stupid thing to put in a book.
  • Sorryyy
This book was awesome! its was just as good as the first one, probably better. Theres a lot more action and a lot more problems. Platinum gets even crazier causing a whole lot of trouble at just the wrong time. Will Esme end up with Junior? or Jonathen? and what happens to Junior that makes Esme second guess Johnathen? Ready for the juicy details...read the nannies friends with benefits and find out. Youll be hooked!
  • Vutaur
Just like the first book in the series, Friends with Benefits is filled with the same cliches found in The Clique, Gossip Girl, and The It Girl. Girls shop and go to parties, meet boys, have a misunderstanding, then get back together with said boys. However, I was still greatly entertained by the second novel, and read it in a couple hours. I highly recommend it, but read the first book first!
  • Delirium
when i read the clique i thought there was no book better. haha boy was i wrong! this series is great. the author channels what its like to be a teen and i think thats important!