Vain - Fisher Amelie Vain is about a spoiled rich girl who gets what she wants and does what she wants until she goes too far one time too many, but instead of being sentenced to harsh punishment, is sent to work at a Ugandan orphanage as part of a plea bargain to rehab her life.

I liked this one a lot, it was a great break from books about werewolves and magic. It suffers from a lot of editing problems, and a weird mystery (Who the hell is Jerrick, how did he/she die, and how did it relate to Sophie's first drug arrest?) that's mentioned but never gets any follow-through. Despite those issues and a few others, the main story is what shines through, with its positive message of love and redemption.