1) In the beginning of the book, Allee states, "Back when I started, I didn't think modeling had anything to teach me." What, if anything, did modeling teach Allee?

2) Which character do you most closely identify with and why? Which character would you most like to know in real life? Why?

3) In one sentence, what is a feminist? Is Allee a feminist? Can a woman be a feminist AND be a model? Why or why not?

4) Allee eventually discovers that her model roommates aren't what they seem. Discuss where else the theme of appearance vs. reality appears throughout the book.

5) Describe two pivotal events that mark turning points in Allee's inward transformation.

6) Did the book end the way you expected? Did Allee make the right decision? Why or why not?