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Related Articles. New December Fiction a. Your Holiday TBR. Raves and Reviews. Resources and Downloads. The Accidental Beauty Queen eBook Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! More books from this author: Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! See More Categories. Your First Name. Zip Code. Thank you! An explosion of barks answers my knock. I take a deep breath. If memory serves, last year her platform was anti-bullying.

But so many other contestants on the pageant circuit had already thrown themselves into the anti-bullying movement that she felt pressured to switch to something else. In other words, she got bullied into giving up her anti-bullying platform. Oh, the irony. The door to the hotel room swings open, and Ginny is standing there in a white spa bathrobe with her hair piled on top of her head in a messy-yet-artful twist. So instead she looks like Gwyneth Paltrow enjoying a quiet day of self-care.

My flight was right on time. The room is a double, with side-by-side queen beds and a balcony overlooking a pool flanked by umbrella-covered lounge chairs, a tiki bar, and two perfectly symmetrical rows of palm trees swaying in the balmy Florida breeze. Ginny, thanks again for inviting me. Behind the face mask, I can see her full lips tip into a frown.

I know you will. She nods. Sometimes I forget why she got started in all of this. The crushing sense of loss that inevitably follows always seems to catch me off guard.

I paste a smile on my face. I promise.

Truly, why would anyone want that job? Which just goes to show how much this particular pageant means to her. More than all the others combined. This is my year.

I might need to invest in one myself. As I cross the room, Buttercup launches herself at my wheeled suitcase, growling and nipping at it as it drags behind me.

Ginny waves a dismissive hand. I give Buttercup a little nudge with the toe of my Adidas sneaker.

She backs away, peering up at me with her bulgy little eyes. They almost seem to point in two different directions. Like plastic googly eyes. We stare each other down for a second, and then she resumes her attack on my luggage. I look down at the snarling dog. The poor thing sat in the shelter for four months before I adopted her.

But her canned delivery prevents me from absorbing the news with the proper level of emotion. I glance at Buttercup. No wonder the poor thing is stressed.

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I take advantage of the cease-fire, lift my suitcase onto the bed, and remove my things, paltry in comparison to the vast wardrobe Ginny has stuffed into the closet and all but one of the dresser drawers. Fortunately, I travel light. Clotheswise, anyway. Beneath the layers of jeans and T-shirts, four hardback novels line the bottom of my bag.

I remove all four and arrange them in a nice, neat stack atop the nightstand closest to my bed. Your vacation should be book-free. How could she not?

Amie Kaufman. Rainbow Rowell. Summer Days and Summer Nights. Stephanie Perkins. Spell Bound.

Rachel Hawkins. Better Than Perfect. Simone Elkeles. The Guard. The Future of Us. Jay Asher. Monday's Not Coming. Tiffany D Jackson. The Start of Me and You. Emery Lord. Not Your Sidekick. The Upside of Unrequited. Becky Albertalli. United We Spy. Ally Carter. The Wicked Will Rise. Danielle Paige.

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