From Library Journal
In her early twenties, Swan is the world's best-known supermodel. Desiring a change, the English-born beauty decides to step down as the sole representative of the Swan beauty line, subsequently triggering a global search for a new Swan girl. Five young models are on the short list, some shy and naive, others poised and assertive, and one bent on a course of self-destruction. As Swan prepares to make some significant changes in her life, rumors about her sister's mysterious death 14 years earlier surface in a menacing manner. Readers are immersed in the internal world of modeling: the fashion designers, bookers, agencies, hair stylists, and photographers. Despite the insider perspective provided by Campbell-herself a supermodel-the narrative is somewhat disjointed, making the various stories difficult to follow. Not an essential purchase.Maria A. Perez-Stable, Western Michigan Univ. Libs., Kalamazoo
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Swan is the most successful supermodel in the world; but she's giving up her job - and facing the blackmail of a nameless man who is holding information about her past as a weapon against her once-secure future. The pressures of modeling are realistically narrated by an author/model who creates a compelling novel. -- Midwest Book Review