It's just paint, right? Bright, blinding white paint covering her once dazzling red bedroom walls. Quinn knows she shouldn't be angry at her mom-she's doing what she must to sell the house-but still, Quinn is be Wheelers ePlatform - please log in. Growing up with beautiful, blond sisters, Allison has always been the dark-haired, "interesting-looking" Avery.
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So when the devil shows up and offers to make her gorgeous, Allison jumps at the chance to finally get noti Everything will be perfect-from the guest list to the fashion photographer to the engraved invitations. The only thing left to do is find the perfect d Allison Avery's cell phone is possessed? Growing up between two sisters of blond beauty, fiery and sarcastic Allison is fed up with being invisible. When the devil appears in a dream and offers to trade Allison good looks for her cell phone, she makes the deal.
Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases. Publication Date October pre-release. September release this month. Older than 12 months. Relevance Popularity Latest Additions Title: A to Z Title: Z to A Pub Date: New to Old Pub Date: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Not the greatest book I've ever read, but I couldn't put it down. Best of the series!
Great story, Quinn is my favorite of the Avery sisters. Now, in her third and final book about this family in crisis, Vail turns her attention to oldest sister Quinn.
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Quinn is the mature one, the responsible one, the one her mother chooses as a confidante and her sisters choose as a role model "the one who handles things well and doesn't curse". She gets good grades, has nice friends even if they're a bit nerdy and their idea of a good time is watching a "West Wing" marathon , and has landed the perfect resume-building job for the summer before junior year.
She'll be a counselor at a day camp for underprivileged kids, a job not without its ironies: I am or at least have been overprivileged, and this job, while fulfilling on its own merits, was also designed, not just coincidentally, to help me get into an elite college eventually, so that I could continue on my overprivileged path. Quinn's mom, formerly the breadwinner, has lost her high-powered job amid a financial mismanagement scandal. And, in turn, the Avery family has lost its staff, its home, even many of its most valuable possessions, including the piano Quinn loves, not least because it gives her a connection with her teacher's son, Oliver, on whom she's had a crush forever.
Quinn is confused, angry, and more than a little resentful toward her mom. So it's no real surprise that good-girl Quinn, the brilliant one in the family, starts making some really stupid choices. First, she steals a pair of her mom's fabulous and fabulously expensive high-heeled shoes. Then she gets a bit too close to her little sister's boyfriend. Meanwhile, she's enjoying the attention of a beautiful camp counselor, who promises to hook her up with a guy rumored to be a bad boy, who normally would be way out of her league.
But, as Quinn discovers, breaking free from expectations isn't always that simple: But a girl not in a box of any kind, it's sort of like being a turtle who shrugs free of her shell, right? How bad a plan is that? Where the heck do I find a new exoskeleton if I'm shedding the old one? High school is complicated enough, but for her, these complications are confounded by her desire to do the right thing and her realization that she might not have any idea what the "right" thing is.
Often in YA novels, parents serve as minor supporting characters at best when they're even on the scene at all. Here, however, a major plot point is Quinn's growing awareness of her mother as a person a deeply flawed, beautiful and proud but sometimes thoughtless person apart from her role as a parent.
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Quinn's newly mature awareness of herself as part of and apart from her rapidly changing family is the real outcome of her personal crisis. And despite some bumpy patches in her journey, it appears that, in the long run, Quinn is going to do an absolutely brilliant job of growing up. See all 9 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published on December 13, Published on August 15, Published on December 31, Published on August 10, Published on May 25, Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
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