Biography

Nicola Kraus

Kraus was born in New York City and graduated from New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study. She met Emma McLaughlin while both were attending New York University, and working as nannies. She lived as a child at 1000 Park Avenue, whose residents she claims inspired some of the characters in her fiction.

Kraus married David Wheir on June 14, 2008.

Nicola Kraus, with Emma McLaughlin, is the New York Times bestselling authors of THE NANNY DIARIES, CITIZEN GIRL, DEDICATION, NANNY RETURNS, and their young adult novels, THE REAL REAL and OVER YOU.

They work together in New York City.

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Books by Nicola Kraus

by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus - Fiction

When Rory McGovern’s husband, Blake, loses his dream job, he announces that he feels like “taking a break” from being a husband and father. Without him, her only hope is to accept a full-time position working for two twenty-somethings. These girls think they know it all and have been given the millions from venture capitalists to back up their delusion: that the future of digital media is a high-end “lifestyle” site --- for kids! Can Rory learn to decipher her bosses’ lingo, texts that read like license plates, and arbitrary mandates? And is there any hope of saving her marriage?

by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus - Fiction

In Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus’s latest novel, Jamie McAllister looks back at her summer internship at the White House when she was seduced by the President of the United States, the handsome and charismatic Gregory Rutland, and drawn into a complex affair destined to destroy both her and the presidency.

by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus - Fiction, Women's Fiction

Logan Wade has built a life for herself in New York City, far from her unhappy childhood in Oklahoma. But when she gets the call that her famous cousin needs a new assistant, it’s an offer she can’t refuse. However, their reunion is quickly overshadowed by the toxic dynamic between Kelsey and her parents, causing Logan to question if their childhood has left them both too broken to succeed.