By: Gabi Rutherford
Charlotte Gorman is a librarian at an elementary school who loves her job and loves being a bookworm. Her twin sister, Ginny, is pretty much Charlotte’s complete opposite. Ginny’s biggest aspiration is to win Miss American Treasure, and while Charlotte supports her sister, she doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about. However, when Ginny has an allergic reaction that swells her face and could ruin her last chance of winning, Charlotte finds herself stepping into her sister’s towering stilettos. Will they be able to pull of this switch, and will Charlotte learn what there is to love about competing in pageants?
Teri Wilson crafted this story very well. Charlotte is a well-rounded character, but she still progresses as the story goes on. Not only does she have a great relationship with her sister, she connects with many secondary characters. Charlotte learns more about herself throughout the story, and she begins to understand more about her sister as the storyline progresses. There are moments when Charlotte just might get found out that will leave the readers on edge and keep them wanting more. Overall, Wilson wrote a great novel.
I really enjoyed this story, and I honestly didn’t want it to end! There are so many moments in this story that I was completely enthralled. I loved Charlotte’s character and her interactions with others. I also loved her relationship with her sister, because even though she doesn’t completely understand why her sister competes in pageants, she still supports her. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a feel-good story, a story about a sisterly bond, or a novel about self-discovery.