They didn't ask for fame. They were born with it.
In the third Daughters novel, The Daughters Take the Stage, Hudson found her own place in "the family business," aka: show business. Now, for the first time, readers will meet Emma Conway, daughter of a powerful New York State Senator.
Emma has never fit into the sweater-set-wearing world of her political family, opting for purple hair and Chuck Taylors to keep herself out of countless photo ops, but when she accidentally lets her father's presidential plans slip on national television, Emma finds herself thrown into the spotlight. Facing pressure to be the perfect First Daughter-in-training, Emma must learn to speak up for herself and for what she believes in. Thankfully, she has her new friends and fellow daughters - Lizzie, Carina, and Hudson - to help her along the way.
I'd waited since July to read this and when I got it I was excited. This one is a little different than the rest, because of it's topic. Emma is a unique character for sure, and that helps make the book more interesting. Wasn't my favorite, but wasn't bad- just ok. Still, I encourage everyone to read the series :)
Eh,Eh,There's Nothing Else I Can Say
This wasn't a bad book at all. Personally, I really like the original "The Daughters" better. I did like the ending, especially how their new group turned out.