By Jessica Warman
Elizabeth Valchar-pretty, well known, excellent- wakes up after spending her eighteenth birthday celebration on her family's yacht to enquire a thumping noise. What she unearths will swap every thing she suggestion she knew approximately her lifestyles, her acquaintances, and every thing in among. As Liz starts to resolve the conditions surrounding her birthday evening, she's going to locate that not anyone round her, least of all Liz herself, used to be perfect-or blameless.
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