Lydia Bennet is back in town.
After a year at reform school, Lydia returns home, unapologetic and ready to reclaim her title as leader of the pack. But where’s the party? And why isn’t she invited?
Woodbury, Minnesota, doesn’t feel much different from reform school – or jail. Her dad is acting like a warden, and even her mom won’t give Lydia time off for (almost) good behavior. Her twin sister thinks Lydia’s the enemy, the other girls in her old posse treat her like roadkill, and most of the guys want her for one thing. The only guy who does want something different doesn’t seem to want Lydia.
She changed in reform school, but no one else sees it or believes it. Is it too late to fix her bad-girl rep? Or should she just give up and be the wild girl everyone thinks she is? She’s come home, but it’s time to decide whether she has what it takes to stay.