Suburban calm is shattered when a mother’s worst nightmare comes true She is twenty-one, gorgeous, and well mannered. She speaks English, she loves children, and children love her. Harriet Major is the perfect babysitter—almost too good to be true. Georgia Coffey has been searching for someone like Harriet ever since becoming pregnant with her second child. But in the spraSuburban calm is shattered when a mother’s worst nightmare comes true She is twenty-one, gorgeous, and well mannered. She speaks English, she loves children, and children love her. Harriet Major is the perfect babysitter—almost too good to be true. Georgia Coffey has been searching for someone like Harriet ever since becoming pregnant with her second child. But in the sprawling suburbs of New York City, where the many bankers’ wives need a nanny for every baby, good help is hard to find. With her husband hard at work on Wall Street and a new child only two months away, Georgia is desperate to find someone to watch little Justin—and Harriet knows how to take advantage of a desperate mother. When the babysitter disappears with Justin, Georgia feels her world coming apart at the seams. As the search for her child becomes frantic, she discovers that the kidnapping has its roots on the same big-name street where her husband has made his fortune....
|Title||:||A Perfect Wife and Mother|
|Number of Pages||:||400 Pages|
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A Perfect Wife and Mother Reviews
Georgia Coffey is pregnant with her second child, and is desperate to find a nanny for her son Justin when she finds Harriet Major, who appears to be perfect. She's young and pretty, white, well educated, English speaking and available to start immediately. Georgia never does get around to actually checking Harriet's references, but Justin loves her and she fits well into their household - so well that Georgia convinces her to move in and live on the 3rd floor of their luxurious home in the New York suburbs. Larry Coffey is a wheeler-dealer on Wall Street, and they're enjoying the luxuries provided by his high income - a big mortgage, club memberships, housekeeper, shopping excursions, etc. Georgia is pampered and spoiled.Larry's company decides to reduce their employment roles and Larry is given notice that he will be retained for only a few more months. But he decides not to tell Georgia, since he assumes he can start his own business, using the clients he had cultivated for his current company. There are some mysterious back-room dealings at his company that are told in several italicized chapters, and it usually isn't clear what they're talking about. You just know that something is going to go very wrong...When Harriet takes off with Justin, their whole world falls apart. They don't even know who Harriet is or how to find her. Larry finally has to tell Georgia what is going on with his job, and it seems that somehow his employers are implicated in Justin's disappearance. I found it all rather unrealistic and difficult to follow, and the ending was really not plausible.