Sink or swim? Paige's engagement to designer Dylan Marceau shocks the fashion world. Although Paige appears to be happy, Erin wonders if it's true love or just a desire for attention and publicity. As Paige's love life takes off, Erin is feeling pressure from Blake to take their friendship to a romantic level. But is she ready?
These two very different sisters still have one thing in common-their fashion TV show and all the drama that comes along with it. As they prepare for a trip to film in the Bahamas, the Forrester sisters discover that paradise isn't all it's cracked up to be. Can they do the right thing in tough situations-and the right thing for each another-in a business that often encourages the worst?
In book five of bestselling author Melody Carlsons On the Runway series, Paige Forrester shocks the fashion world with her engagement to designer Dylan Marceau, resulting in more responsibility for Erin and possible changes to the direction of their popular TV show.
Melody Carlson has written more than 200 books for teens, women, and children. Before publishing, Melody traveled around the world, volunteered in teen ministry, taught preschool, raised two sons, and worked briefly in interior design and later in international adoption. "I think real-life experiences inspire the best fiction," she says. Her wide variety of books seems to prove this theory.
The fifth volume in the On the Runway Series continues the saga of Erin and Paige Forrester, two teenagers who have scored their own TV show focused on the dynamic and fast-paced world of fashion. While older sister Paige thrives in the spotlight and exudes confidence, the younger Erin struggles sometimes to reconcile her worldly life with her strong Christian faith. Many of Erins roles---her role in the show as well as in her relationships with her friends, family and coworkers---become a little more defined in this volume. Talk of clothes, accessories and fashion-world intrigue abounds, but it is overshadowed by more personal dramas, including a coworkers battle with cancer and a clash of morals between Erin and Paige, brought on by Paiges decision to allow her fiancé to sleep over at their apartment despite Erins protests. Carlsons plot intimates that while Erins strident opposition to premarital sex might not be popular, it is certainly prudent, since negative consequences befall Erins sexually active best friend as well as her sister Paige. Though Erin may know how she feels about sex, there are definitely some moral gray areas having to do with honesty, loyalty and emotional intimacy that she contends with here. Good, clean, didactic fun for readers who like their LA Candy with a strong Christian flavor.
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