What would happen if you transferred the traumas of teenage love from Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility to the twenty-first century? How would Ellie, Abby and Georgie fare without the restraints of nineteenth-century England? Will Ellie's ever-sensible attitude towards life prevent her from ever snogging the gorgeous, but somewhat reticent, Blake? Is Abby's devil-may-care outlook destined to land her in big trouble with Hunter, who majors in being up himself? And what about the baby of the family, Georgie? She's a tomboy, with more male friends than anyone, and so strong-willed she'll never take no for an answer!
Rosie Rushton is one of the UK's leading authors for teenagers and is studying to be a reader in the Church of England. She has contributed to most of the women's national magazines. Piccadilly Press also publish her other titles: The Leehampton Quartet; The Girls series; The Best Friends series; P.S. He's Mine, Tell Me I'm O.K. Really, Break Point, Friends, Enemies and Other Tiny Problems and What a Week to Take a Chance.