Genre: Chick Literature
The only daughter of supermodel Katie Summers, unconventional-looking Lizzie Summers has come to expect fawning photographers and adoring fans to surround her gorgeous mother. But when Lizzie is approached by a fashion photographer who believes she's "the new face of beauty," Lizzie surprises herself and her family by becoming the newest Summers woman to capture the media's spotlight.
Lizzie is the type of character that you can relate to and understand, even if you're both different 'people'. Throughout this book I pitied her, envied her, congratulated her, and shook my head at her.
If I were put through the same situations as her, I'd probably break down, but I'd probably listen to what my mother told me. Yet Lizzie defies her mother, and I can see why. Lizzie finally feels beautiful. She finally feels like she's worth something, but her mother and her publicist say that 'it isn't the best idea'. Who else wouldn't be mad, and rebellious?
If I had to say that I didn't like something about this book, it'd be that there wasn't enough of Lizzie's two best friends Carina Jurgensen and Hudson Jones. But of course this is "Lizzie's Story" so there'll be more of Carina in second book, and Hudson in the third.
Likes: How Lizzie finds herself.