In this third tale of the totally-lovable geek model, Harriet finds herself from England to New York!
After quitting her job to become a “regular girl”, Harriet Manners has high hopes for the New Year ahead-she in sixth form now. She has passed her GSCEs with flying colours and has a super-cool model boyfriend! But her perfect new year comes crashing down when her parents drop a big bombshell-they’re all moving to New York for six months! Harriet is devastated to leave her friends and home behind, and struggles in New York. With not making new friends, feeling that her old friends have forgotten about her, her parents forgetting her 16th birthday and her new tutor telling her she’s stupid, Harriet feels completely alone and isolated. But when she is offered a new modelling job, she takes it. And when Harriet’s new stylist suggests ways to make her boyfriend like her even more, trouble occurs.
Like the previous two Geek Girl books I read, I really loved this book! It also has the same feel as the other geek girl books, and despite it being longer than them (by about ten pages), I finished this in three days because it was such a page turner! I rate this book 5 stars.
Gosh, it looks like I’m loving the geek girl series! I am currently reading the fourth book, All that glitters, and I love it!