Synopses & Reviews
As a Montgomery 18 year old Cecilia is Kennedy esque political royalty with an ambitious U.S. senator as her mother and other powerful politicos in the family tree. Cecelia’s mother has kept her under lock and key ever since a failed kidnapping when Cecilia was a child never allowing her to appear in public. Miserable Cecilia flees Massachusetts for a tiny town in Tennessee where she changes her name to Lia and hopes that no one will discover her secret. Harrison (Snow Queen) emphasizes small town charm over fame and politics in this lightly suspenseful romance about starting over. For the bulk of the novel Cecilia is only occasionally worried that she might be found out and she restarts her life with little trouble; everything comes quite easily—wonderful new friends a place to live a job and a gorgeous boyfriend. No one thinks to question Lia’s mysterious appearance in town or suspect that she might be the Cecilia all over the news since her disappearance. The cliffhanger ending leaves Lia’s story a little too unresolved. Ages 14–up. Agent: Sarah Burnes Gernert Company. (Mar.) " Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved."