Ever since her mom was killed by a drunk driver, Hailey—rich, smart, pretty and popular—has specialized in avoiding risk. Tristan, her boyfriend at their upscale boarding school in Vermont, dotes on her. So why does she risk everything she's worked so hard for on a random impulse? Or is it random? After her dad cancels their long-planned summer together, she's caught vandalizing a statue of the school mascot. Worse, she's seen kissing her partner in crime, and he's not Tristan. When she refuses to divulge his name, not only is Hailey grounded, so are her classmates, and they're not happy about it. Her punishment includes assisting the janitor, Drew, a townie whose perspective rocks her world. (It doesn't hurt that he's also smart and gorgeous.) Hailey may be an A student headed to the Ivy League, but when it comes to taking a chance on life, she's clueless. She's also enormously appealing and great company throughout this breezy read. Yes, it's chick lit, but of the highest quality—like a gourmet truffle. Cook has whipped up a real treat. (Chick lit. 14 & up) Read full book review >
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