Nanny Holly O'Mara has formed a close bond with her late cousin's little twins. When their estranged father, rugged Australian cattleman Gray Kidman, arrives to take his children to the Outback Holly senses that he is out of his depth! Holly is already in love with Gray's adorable twins, and she's soon falling for the mysterious man himself.
©2011 Barbara Hannay (P)2012 Recorded Books LLC
Yes, if they have a hard time going to sleep.
As I said, IF someone needed help getting to sleep, I would recommend it. Even if one falls asleep, they can still follow the story when they wake up. It gets somewhat interesting about the 9-10th chapter. I did not dislike the book, because I had a good nap, but I wouldn't listen to it again.
She did a good job differentiating between characters (that is what woke me up), but the majority of the reading was monatone. She has a soft pleasant voice.
Yes, it inspired sleep.
The story was rather sweet, but boring.
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