After spending spring break in Mexico with her grandparents, Carly Aragon can’t wait to get back to school at SpencerAcademy in San Francisco. With Lissa Mansfield and Gillian Chang by her side, she’s ready for anything . . . except a new roommate.
Lady Lindsay MacPhail, flamboyant daughter of the Earl of Strathcairn, quickly becomes Carly’s worst nightmare. “Mac” not only swoops in and steals Carly’s privacy, she’s also dating Brett Loyola–Carly’s biggest crush!
But when Mac starts receiving strange, threatening e-mails, she and Carly must come together to figure out who’s behind them and why. In the end, the fate of one girl will lie in the other’s hands. Will the two learn to trust one another and trust God?
I didn’t realize that this book was part of a series…it is actually the third book in Shelley Adina’s It’s All About Us series. It is perfectly easy to follow as a stand alone, although I certainly want to read the other two books that prelude this one.
Although these books are considered young adult, I feel that there are lessons that can be learned by anyone while reading them. This book is centered around the students at Spencer Academy, and elite high school in California that really does cater to the rich and famous. Carly is there on a scholarship and is embarrassed by this fact. She will do anything to keep this a secret from her fellow classmates and the few friends she’s made. But Carly’s life is about to get a whole lot worse.
Carly finds out that she is getting a new roomate named Mac. But, this just isn’t any roomate. She is actually Lady Lindsay MacPhail, the daughter of the Earl of Strathcairn and is Carly’s nightmare come to life. She is arrogant, and feels as if the whole world should bow to her will. And if they won’t? Well, she’s willing to make it happen no matter what it takes or who stands in her way. And Carly becomes the prime target.
When Mac starts getting emails from someone who appears to be a stalker, she isn’t sure what to do or who to turn to. Will Carly use her faith in God to help her see past the struggles between the two and reach out to someone in need?
I thought this was really a great book, and an easy read for anyone.
Shelley Adina is a world traveler and pop culture junkie with an incurable addiction to designer handbags. She knows the value of a relationship with a gracious God and loving Christian friends, and she’s inviting today’s teenage girls to join her in these refreshingly honest books about real life as a Christian teen–with a little extra glitz thrown in for fun! In between books, Adina loves traveling, listening to and making music, and watching all kinds of movies.
Thanks so much to Miriam Parker, of The Hachette Book Group for sending me this ARC to review!