Sophie Price has it made, or so she thinks. That is until she runs out of enough charm and luck to get her out of her latest bit of trouble.
And that's where Vain edges into a very different story, one of confrontation, honesty, survival and unequivocal compassion. Just as a life of privilege takes a back seat, family politics come back into play.
Charm is still the main theme but not always limited to Miss Price!
Vain takes you from one extreme to the other, but in such a succinct delivery that you'll adjust without much effort. One character in particular is absent for a good deal of the story, at the time I thought this was an omission, but it made sense in the end.