Charlotte is a nanny for the McLeans, a family living in the Upper East Side of Manhattan. She’s actually a talented composer, working as a nanny temporarily. As she takes a step back from the music business by choice (and also fueled by a betrayal), she easily falls into the day-to-day on-goings of the McLean family. A tragedy forces Charlotte to make decisions that are life changing both professionally and personally. Caroline Angell’s development of Charlotte’s character keeps you captive from beginning to end, and makes you feel as if you are a part of her journey and self-discoveries. Throughout the underlying sadness of the tragedy, Angell delivers plenty of humor and sexiness to offset it.