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Daughters Rule Number Six: Never talk to the press about your parents.
After leaking a story about the family business, impetuous high school freshman Carina Jurgensen is cut off by her billionaire father. Always resourceful, she fibs her way into a job as a party planner for New York’s annual Silver Snowflake Ball. But when Carina finds out that the party committee expects favors and freebies from her dad’s A-list connections, a choice must be made: Does she get real about her downgraded status, or pretend she’s still the ultimate heiress?
Best friends and fellow daughters of celebrities Lizzie Summers, Carina Jurgensen and Hudson Jones are back in Joanna Philbin’s second stylish and heartfelt Daughters novel.

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Comments on: "The daughters break the rules – Joanna Philbin" (1)

  1. The Daughters brake the rules by Joanna Philbin, was a follow on from the first book in the series The Daughters. I really enjoyed tis book a lot, it had a great plot, story line and lots of twists and turns. All of the characters were greatly written and you could really tell what each of them were like. My favourite part was near the end because it’s a special moment and everything just works out and it’d happiness everywhere, I think that it’d a really nice moment and it makes you feel like ooh everything has come together. The main character Carina is caught up in a situation and I have been that in her place before in some sort of way and it is quite hard but I don’t want to give it away about what happens. Carina is my favourite character because she is so different to me and I think that when your the complete opposite to someone you are drawn to them and also because she a lot of confidence and that’s something I would love to have. I would recommend this book to anyone who wonders what it’s like to live in a rich family and have friends that do, people you like drama and romance would love this book so much, it is perfect.

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