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Jackie Whitman, Washington DC's "It Girl." She's drop-dead gorgeous, brilliant and dating the President's son. Under 24/7 media scrutiny, she never makes a mistake…but there's a new guy on the scene with all the right moves. Suddenly, being bad has never looked so good.
Taylor Cane, blonde bombshell and wild child extraordinaire. She's the leader of the pack and the glue that binds the four of them together. Reckless adventure is her specialty, flirting with danger her drug of choice, no matter the consequences.
Lettie Velasquez, she's all brains and blind ambition. Her goal: Princeton. Though money and privilege elude her, she's counting on hard work to pay off one of these days. So long as her heart doesn't lead her astray.
Laura Beth Ballou, poor little rich girl and a real southern belle. She dreams of Julliard and the bright lights of Broadway. She's sweet as pie…until the new girl in town starts messing with her friends.
Capital Girls forever…But when one of them dies in a mysterious accident, their once impenetrable bond is shaken. And as secrets long kept rise to the surface, the future of their friendship hangs in the balance. One thing's for certain, though: Washington DC will never be the same again.
From Publishers Weekly
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Inaccurate and Vapid
As someone who has grown up in DC all of her life the fact that the authors have kids who live here is astounding. They write like they've been on a tour of DC for less than a month. The behaviors described in the book are not true of Washingtonian teenage girls, who are by far more outstanding and uninvolved in their parents lives with politics. At most they would be toted to and from events say smile and sit or they'd say something offensive. The hip spots they talk about are merely tourist destinations. I was excited for this book because it's the first time it examined Washingtonian teenagers but was throughly disappointed