Washington Avalanche, 1910
Barnes and Noble
Desperate to escape her cruel stepbrother, Ginny Nolan races onto a train heading west to Seattle. On the train she meets Virginia Hightower, who is en route to Seattle to marry a man she's never even met. Eager to help her newfound friend, Ginny suggests that they switch identities -- to confuse her stepbrother who is in pursuit and to check out Virginia's fiance, Nicholas Bennett. It's the perfect solution for both young women -- until Nicholas appears on board and sweeps Ginny off her feet....
Ginny must tell Nicholas the truth. Even if it drives him from her side. But not even in her wildest dreams can she imagine what is to come -- a roar in the night as a mountain of snow engulfs the train, testing the limits of human endurance, loyalty...and love.
Being a fan of Cameron Dokey's THE STORYTELLER'S DAUGHTER and BEAUTY SLEEP, I just new that I had to check out HOW NOT TO SPEND YOUR SENIOR YEAR. Let me tell you, this is one of the funniest, and most original books to hit the teen fiction genre in quite some time. Jo (Claire) is a smart, and funny chracter, whose witty one-liners keep you rolling on the floor laughing. A must-have for all. Especially teenage girls.- Erika Sorocco
A collection of three of Cameron's best-loved fairy tale retellings, KISSED delivers Belle, Sunlight and Shadow, and Winter's Child all in one volume.Learn More