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The Daughters by Joanna Philbin
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Dec 18, 2011

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Lizzie never thought she'll be as beautiful as her supermodel mom. Believing she has average looks, she tries to hide from the cameras as much as possible, but her mom just doesn't understand. She juggles the normal high school life with her two best friends, Hudson and Carina, both who have famous parents who don't understand them. The drama adds up as Lizzie's childhood friend suddenly moves back and the popular girls are all over him. He keeps sending Lizzie mixed signals that drives her crazy.
The usual high school drama with an added twist of having famous parent makes the lives of these three girls interesting. Although the main plot focuses on Lizzie, the personalities of Hudson and Carina also makes an impression. Even though the general idea is cliche, there's something about it that makes it just a little more special.

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