You have pretty much the perfect life: a great school, a great boyfriend, and you live in New York, home of the chic, rich, and fabulous. Your best friend goes to a classy private school that's attended by all of the same, and has a great job babysitting the kids of a fashionable psychologist. She makes a ton of money, and so when she offers to help get you a similar job you're delighted. When you actually get it, though, it's a nightmare. Your charge is a nasty little brain, and her older sister, darling of the fashion 'zines chums up to you and then dumps you like a rock. So what do you do?
"Confessions of a Teen Nanny" was a fleeting glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous. The characters were interesting and believable, especially Cameron, the glitzy socialite who decides to ruin Adrienne's life. Enjoyable, it contained problematic material that could be partially overlooked in view of the semi-moral lesson it includes: Don't Get Drawn In By Wealth and Luxury. Despite the moral lesson, I found the rampant immorality disturbing.