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Ladies and Gentlemen! I am happy to spotlight the illustrious Elizabeth Barone!

Ms. Barone’s latest New Adult novel is refreshingly honest in its depiction of a new adult relationship. Her attention to detail makes the story and characters come alive. Without further adieu, here is The Nanny with the Skull Tattoos!

The Nanny with the Skull Tattoos, by Elizabeth Barone


The Nanny with the Skull Tattoos, by Elizabeth BaroneMax will have to drop out of school if he can’t find anyone to help take care of his two-year-old daughter. He never expected to find Savannah, and he definitely didn’t expect to fall in love with her.

Max became the family screwup when he got his high school girlfriend pregnant, and his parents have never forgiven him. Just as he’s almost done with his sophomore year of college, his mother tells him that it’s time for him to move out—and he has to take his two-year-old daughter Chloe with him. Getting an apartment won’t be too big of a problem, but when Max’s mother also tells him that she won’t be watching Chloe anymore, he might have to drop out of school.

With no other choice, Max posts an ad online, offering his third bedroom and a weekly paycheck in exchange for a nanny for Chloe. He doesn’t expect anyone to answer, and he definitely doesn’t expect a woman with a sleeve of skull tattoos. Desperate, Max agrees to interview Savannah, and he is surprised to discover that she is great with Chloe. As he gets to know Savannah even more, he begins to think that he might just have a shot at love again.

Before he can even try, Chloe’s mother forces her way back into his and Chloe’s lives—and she is determined to drag them through the mud once again.


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About the Author

Elizabeth BaroneElizabeth Barone is an American novelist. She writes contemporary New Adult romance and suspense, starring sassy belles who chose a different path in life. She is the author of over a dozen books, including The Nanny with the Skull Tattoos and the South of Forever series.

Elizabeth lives in Waterbury, Connecticut with her husband, the artist Michael Campbell. Learn more and read her blog at http://elizabethbarone.net.