Book: Nothing To See Here
Author: Kevin Wilson
This is my 52nd book for the year
This is the story of Lillian and Madison. They went to high school together and when Madison gets caught with cocaine, Madison's very wealthy dad pays Lillian's mom so that Lillian will take the fall. Thus begins the two divergent paths that these women take. Until one day when Madison calls Lillian to ask her a favor. She needs her to take care of her twin step children who have a unique ability that needs to be kept private. The children catch fire.
Lillian agrees and becomes the children's governess. She moves to Madison's mansion and helps to care for these kids and begins to love them like her own. When a new problem comes to light, Lillian and Madison have to make a decision about their futures and the futures of the children.
This is a really weird book. It wasn't necessarily bad, but I did find myself rolling my eyes quite a few times at the writing. It was a bit juvenille. And the ending was terrible. I couldn't stop listening to it because I just had to see where it was going. It was a bit silly and bizarre and a little out there. And somewhat entertaining. But good writing? No.