Annie McRae has her whole senior year planned out. Early acceptance to Brown University, a field hockey scholarship to pay the bills, and days spent with her best friend Jamie and her boyfriend Jake. It is going to be perfect. Then her parents ruin it all by movingto Alabama. Now, Annie finds herself in an unfamiliar world where she isn't even sure she speaks the same language. To top it off, she discovers that if she ever wants to escape back to her comfortable Yankee life, she will have to become a debutante. As in white-dress-wearing, perfect-manners-practicing, curtsying girly-girl. Fighting every step of the way, Annie spends the year learning to be a lady. Along the way, she discovers that friends can come from the most unlikely of places and that change is not always a bad thing...
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Kathryn Williams is a freelance writer and editor. Born below the Mason-Dixon line, she spent the last few years in New York City. Recently, she returned to her Southern roots and now lives in Nashville, TN.