The return of Violet, the not-so- confident model . . .
Violet Greenfield knows she’s supposed to be a super-confident nineteen-year-old because she’s done runway shows in New York and internationally. But now that she’s finally headed to college, she’s afraid she’ll turn back into that girl who blended into the walls in high school. Vassar is just two hours away from New York City–her friends in fashion think she’s crazy to stop modeling now. And her old friend Roger is there…but things have been weird ever since they kissed. The real question is if she’s not going to be “Violet on the Runway” anymore…who is she?
Violet is back and she is not modeling full-time this time. Violet has finally decided that maybe modeling isn’t what she wants to be doing. She finally starts at Vassar and she actually feels like maybe this is where she belongs but then things get crazy again.
Once her Mirabella Prince ad campaign comes out Violet is back in the spotlight, even at Vassar. Nobody believes that she can possibly have weight issues because she is so tiny but nobody else knows what it is like in the modeling world. To offset the publicity she is getting from the campaign, Violet decides to do a story for Teen Fashionista about the real Violet Greenfield.
The only problem is, that means spending more time with Chloe, Roger’s girlfriend. Violet still doesn’t know what to think about Roger after the kiss they shared in Barcelona and finding out that he was in love with her for basically their whole lives.
Will Violet be able to find her true self off the runway? Will she finally be able to settle things once and for all with Roger?
Violet In Private is the followup book to both Violet On The Runway and Violet By Design. I truly loved this book because Melissa Walker did a great job incorporating real feelings of every teenage girl into Violet. This is the last book in the Violet series that is out now but I don’t know if Melissa Walker plans to write anymore. I would love to see a fourth Violet book sometime in the future, though.