Night of a Thousand Stars - Deanna Raybourn
around 12 in a very ugly dress; but when I got the book the cover is actually pretty and the girl doesn't look quite as young.

And then secondly, this book is like the Julia Grey series but now she's called something else. There is a lot more intrigue but it felt so much like a Julia Grey book it was hard for me to get past it.

And thirdly, I just do not understand how these boys being saved could really turn on the not only likable but also moral people who helped them get a leg up. It's like they were fleeing evil when it wasn't actually the case.

So, with all of that I'm not sure I will be reading any more of this series. However, I did say the same about the Julia Grey series for a different reason, so maybe I don't know what I'm talking about.