Publisher synopsis: An utterly satisfying sequel packed with razor-sharp dialogue, a love triangle you didn't see coming, and the most charismatic dynamic duo you ever met.
First line: I don't believe in Happily Ever After. Nobody over the age of thirteen with an Internet connection has any business believing in that noise.
Page 56: There was a canopy bed in the form of an open gilded lily. All the furniture was plush or velvet or brocaded. Look past the initial prettiness, though, and what you saw was...
"It's like the inside of a coffin," Digby said.
"My great-grandfather had it build in 1940 for the daughter he never ended up having. My grandfather didn't have any girls either," Sloane said.
"This room's been waiting for you since 1940? I said, "That's creepy."
I am deliriously happy that I spotted this on an arc pile at ALA Annual! I adored Trouble is a Friend of Mine and can't wait to revisit Zoe and Digby.