Secrets of a First Daughter

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Morgan is a National Disaster.

Morgan Abbott couldn’t be happier. Super-cute Max has quit her Secret Service detail to be her (secret) boyfriend, and the annoying Brittany Whittaker has been ousted from class president, leaving the post open for Morgan! Life is pretty sweet.

Now Morgan just has to tackle college applications—but she has so much else to juggle that looking that far ahead seems impossible! Good ...

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Overview

Morgan is a National Disaster.

Morgan Abbott couldn’t be happier. Super-cute Max has quit her Secret Service detail to be her (secret) boyfriend, and the annoying Brittany Whittaker has been ousted from class president, leaving the post open for Morgan! Life is pretty sweet.

Now Morgan just has to tackle college applications—but she has so much else to juggle that looking that far ahead seems impossible! Good thing she’s graceful under pressure . . . well, sometimes.

A trip to London should be just the thing to take her mind off all the craziness, but true to form, chaos follows Morgan wherever she goes—and the trip turns into an international disaster. Can she make it right? Or will she cause a royal mess?

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Editorial Reviews

Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"Fun for fans of light tales about coming of age under the spotlight."
Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
“A fun-filled adventure. Fans of Cabot’s All–American Girl series will scoop up this one.”
Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“Fun for fans of light tales about coming of age under the spotlight.”
The Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books
“Fun for fans of light tales about coming of age under the spotlight.”
Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
“Fun for fans of light tales about coming of age under the spotlight.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061724428
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/14/2010
  • Pages: 197
  • Sales rank: 474,718
  • Age range: 12 - 15 Years
  • Product dimensions: 6.96 (w) x 11.28 (h) x 0.51 (d)

Meet the Author

Cassidy Calloway lives in New Jersey with her fat cat named Kennedy, but she loves visiting Washington, D.C. She wanted to be president of the United States when she grew up but decided to write about it instead. She has a passion for designer shoes and white-chocolate gingersnaps.

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  • Posted May 8, 2011

    Kritters Ramblings

    What a sweet sequel! A story of a girl who is falling in love with a guy that she is not supposed to and she is the first woman president's daughter. All of this wrapped up in a story with fun and mahem.

    The sequel to Confessions of a First Daughter - so I won't divulge too much because you must read it first to fall in love with the sequel. Although there are some repeats, so this could possibly be a stand alone, I think that reading the first book is too cute to pass up.

    I would pass this book and the first one onto females of all ages - cute and sweet the younger would enjoy a bit more, but even us older ladies can enjoy a story about a girl trying to decide where her life will go after high school ends.

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  • Posted October 4, 2010

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    Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo

    Morgan, aka the Tornado, hates having her private life made public just because her mother's the President of the United States. She hates how she has to hide her boyfriend from the world. She hates not being able to spend quality time with him. She hates sneaking around and stealing kisses. Morgan also hates Brittany, who seems to pop up at the worst possible moments. Brittany knows about Morgan and Max and, more importantly, she has a photo of them kissing. Now, she's blackmailing Morgan and expects the first daughter to bow to her every whim. Morgan isn't happy dealing with Brittany, but neither does she want her forbidden romance splashed across the newspapers and tabloids. Thankfully, her mother must go to London. Morgan and her BFF will be tagging along. Unfortunately, they discover Brittany will be joining her father on the trip, as well. Will the three girls provoke an international incident, or will they learn to make peace with each other? SECRETS OF A FIRST DAUGHTER picks up soon after the first book in the series, CONFESSIONS OF A FIRST DAUGHTER, left off. Morgan tackles blackmail, planning for her future, traveling to a foreign country, and a forbidden romance. She might be a chaos magnet, but she sure makes chaos look fun.

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