LoveReading is thrilled to announce the launch of The Very Short Story Award 2019! If you think you have a story we'll love, click here to find out more and how to enter:Find out more
Caitlin Morland, whose pastimes including drawing caricatures of the rich and famous and reading every column inch of all the gossip magazines she can lay her hands on, has always craved excitement and been well aware that she wasn't going to find it with her boring family. When she wins an art scholarship to the famous Mulberry Court College, she is delighted to find herself embraced with open arms by Queen Bee, Izzy Thorpe, daughter of a prominent politician and her mates, Bianca Jarvis and Summer Tilney - girls with lifestyles a million light years away from her own. She is dragged unprotesting into a round of scams, parties and panics and falls madly in love with Summer's brother Ludo...And then there is an invitation to go on holiday with Izzy's family and that is when everything, thanks to Caitlin's over active imagination, starts to go horribly pear shaped. Following the huge success of The Secrets of Love , this is the second book which places a Jane Austen novel in the twenty-first century.
|Publication date:||1st June 2006|
|Publisher:||Piccadilly Press an imprint of Templar Publishing|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Romance & relationships stories (Children's / Teenage), General fiction (Children's / Teenage),|
Rosie Rushton lives in Northamptonshire, is a governor of a secondary school and a licensed lay minister in the Church of England. Her writing room overlooks the River Nene, which is why her characters tend to run amok while she is day dreaming about picnics, punts and parasols. Piccadilly Press also publish her other titles including the What a Week series and the Leehampton books.More About Rosie Rushton