Quite a lot, in Kate Forsyth’s compelling historical novel.
Wishes aren’t real. Are they?
Vân Uoc knows the score. She’s a scholarship kid in an exclusive school and under no illusion about fitting into the designer-clothes-and-huge-house set. It hasn’t prevented her crushing on A-lister and rowing star Billy Gardiner. When Billy takes notice of her just after she’s made a wish, it has to be coincidence. Doesn’t it?
‘The Devil Wears Prada’ only more realistic, funnier, and Aussie.
What would you do if a ghost turned up in your bedroom, giving you the terrors every night?
We all have them.
Not because it was everywhere, not because it had been done before, and not because it was a teen romance written by a man, though if I’m honest those prejudices were part of the package. The real reason was because I made some assumptions about it.