Gina Paletta should have been used to upheaval. From her childhood in a small southern town to her career in Manhattans modeling world to sudden, unplanned motherhood, Gina has forever struggled to keep her life under control. Now, she has moved with her young sons to upstate New York and reinvented herself as a college professor. But Gina learns that security is an illusion when a pair of police detectives arrive at her doorstep. Two of Ginas students have posted salacious photographs of her on a website. Even more troubling, these young men are suspects in a local murder.
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"Weak character motivation and too many subplots muddy this novel" - PW
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