Authors & Events
Aug 01, 2006
| ISBN 9781440623875
Aug 01, 2006 | ISBN 9781440623875
Plenty of thirtysomething women would be thrilled to look like a teenager. But journalist Kathy Hopkins wishes she could be taken a little more seriously-or, at the very least, order a glass of wine without producing ID. Now her youthful appearance is forcing her into an undercover assignment she could do without: posing as a freshman at a small liberal arts college where, rumor has it, a secret prostitution ring is flourishing.It could mean a career-making exposé. But right now, pretending to be eighteen means dealing with a Clay Aiken–obsessed roommate, late-night parties that test her aging body–and most embarrassing of all, a massive crush on a guy who’s just turned legal. Suddenly, Kathy’s got the chance to do it all over again, hopefully better this time. Fortunately she’s a quick learner.
Carol Snow a former contributor to Salon.com, lives in California with her family. This is her first novel.
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