The frosty chill thats settled over Georgetown Academy isnt just from the winter weathergrowing up in the D.C. fishbowl isnt for everyone, but a break from the Beltway might just restore some sanity.
Ellie Walker's suffered through a lifetime of scandal in a few short weeks, and now must watch her true love fall for someone else. But will a dose of fresh New England airand an irresistible newcomer who plays by his own rulesprovide the change of pace she so desperately needs?
Riding high after her smashing D.C. debut, Taryn Reyes hatches a plan to cement her relationship with Gabe. But she may get more than she bargained for when she enlists Brooks help.
Evan Harnett would do anything to protect her friends. But one moment of weakness, and now shes on the outs with both Hunter and Ellie. Hot on the trail of a new story, she's heartbroken to find it leads straight back to Ellie. Can she save her friend and their friendship?
Brinley Madisons Clinton-esque downfall was bad enough, but between family obligations, protecting her friends, and managing local gossip, will she be able to regain her social standing without losing her peace of mind?
Privileged kids in a posh hotel with nothing to do but scheme and skiand they thought D.C. was a pressure cooker? One things for sure: what happens in Vermont definitely wont stay in Vermont.
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As the Georgetown Academy girls hit the slopes, authors Alyssa and Jessica let readers decide which of the main girls to follow. Youll see scandalous behavior, unexpected liaisons, and secret betrayals...all giving you a different perspective as events unfold.
About the Authors
Jessica Koosed Etting and Alyssa Embree Schwartz met the first day of freshman year at the University of Southern California and instantly bonded over their obsessions with Brenda Walsh, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and The Babysitters Club books they read growing up. After spending a full year mourning the end of college, they began writing television and feature scripts together. They have set up pilots at ABC, NBC, Fox and CW, and sold films to The Weinstein Company, Happy Madison, Paramount, New Regency, MGM and Alloy Entertainment. They love writing female-centric stories, especially for teen and tween audiences, mainly because they still think they are the 18-year-old girls they were when they first met at USC.