Chris is trying to pass under the radar in his family, until his step-sister starts dating eligible bachelor J.J. Kennerly. Chris and J.J. fall for each other fast, but it takes the help of a drag queen dressed like Diana Ross to bring Chris out of his shell.
Chris Bellows is just trying to get through high school and survive being the only stepchild in the social-climbing Fontaine family, whose recently diminished fortune hasn’t dimmed their desire to mingle with Upper East Side society. Chris sometimes feels more like a maid than part of the family. But when Chris’s stepsister Kimberly begins dating golden boy J. J. Kennerly, heir to a political dynasty, everything changes. Because Chris and J. J. fall in love . . . with each other.
With the help of a new friend, Coco Chanel Jones, Chris learns to be comfortable in his own skin, let himself fall in love and be loved, and discovers that maybe he was wrong about his step-family all along. All it takes is one fairy godmother dressed as Diana Ross to change the course of his life.
Cis boys: Chris
Not explicitly addressed.
Trigger Warnings: Mild transphobia/transmisia in the way Chris describes Coco. Homophobic/homomisic language
Additional Notes: The portrayal of Coco and the other drag queens has been described my many readers as offensive.