From School Library Journal
Grade 7–10—Morgan Abbott is just your normal 18-year-old except for one glaring detail: she's the First Daughter of the United States. Although outsiders might think she's got it all—a hot boyfriend, cool best friend, tricked-out limo, and 24/7 protection—she's actually got her share of problems, too. Konner is pressuring her to go beyond kissing; her mother's presidential duties keep her very busy; and the paparazzi and tabloids have started to take notice of Morgan's sometimes zany behavior. When circumstances arise that would allow her to act as her mother's double so that Mom can go out on a top-secret mission, the teen accepts the challenge. After all, this could make up for all the crazy stuff she's done in the past. Plus, when her new, totally cute, young secret service agent starts getting friendly, who knows what could happen? This is a light and entertaining read for teens who like some politics with their romance.—Traci Glass, Eugene Public Library, OR
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