Olivia Bourne-Cecil is accustomed to the high light. She's a true British blueblood who sees her big-name art-buying parents in the society pages more often than she sees them in person. The Bourne-Cecils have known Josephine Bishop for ages, and when Bishop offers up a coveted Flirt internship to Liv, she accepts it instantly. After all, Liv loves fashion, clothes, and all things couture, so she's right at home at the magazine. New York City, however, will take some getting used to. An only child, Liv is not accustomed to sharing, much less sharing space with five other girls! She's never had to wash her own dishes, make her own bed, or do her own laundry. And since most of her friends back home were brought up just the way she was, she wasn't expecting to find that some of the Flirt girls are a little bit jealous of her, too. Can Liv open up to them - or will doing so risk revealing too much?
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