Manhattan It Girl Riley Swain is no pudgy wallflower. She's brash, bold, fashionable, and yes, fabulous. Riley has no qualms about kissing her best friend's crush, or bribing her dad's lawyer. But this spring break, Riley's dad and wicked stepmother are shipping her off to New Horizons, a two-week fat camp in upstate New York. And it's miserable: like military school without carbs. But then Riley gets to know adorable Eric, who sees beyond Riley's tough exterior. Soon, Riley might just realize that maybe it's not her shape that will change at New Horizons. . . but her heart
I hated this book and this why I hated Riley the main character I think she was just way too confident and full of herself. The plot was super boring and really typical romance book going out with a boy you shouln't. So this book was really predictable and kinda boring. I thought it was wierd how she wasn't sure if she was in love with her best friend D and wasn't sure if she was in love with Eric. How can you not know and she figured it out by kissing both them. Her dad and stepmother (who she called Elizabitch) were strange her dad never paid attention to her and her stepmom acted and sounded really funny.
1.5 out of 5 stars