All the while, Blair endures the relentless bullying of the Ice Queen and her obnoxious friends, which escalates to new heights when she falls for the Queen’s ex-boyfriend. She desperately tries to escape the Queen’s wrath, but a nasty chain of events lands her in the midst of a cyberwar.
When Blair is finally making headway to get her life back on track, mysterious new cyberattacks threaten both her freedom and her future. Blair and her closest friends must race against time to figure out who is behind them before her entire world comes crashing down.
The main character, Blair Evans, has not had an easy time in high school especially with childhood friend now mean girl enemy, Krystal making her social life challenging. Things get worse when Blair and Krystal's ex, David, start dating. The conflict is already fierce when the first day of the new school year David and Blair are arrested for sexting. The twists and turns of their ensuring ordeal sheds light into the myriad legal and social complications of sending photos via text or email. How many teens have unknowingly opened themselves up to criminal charges by sharing photos (even ones that appear "innocent."
Ice Queen does a beautiful job of exploring the harsh laws and punishments that jeopardize the freedom of expression for teens today. You may think you know the law, but do you? Read this entertaining and heart-wrenching novel that makes you cringe, laugh, and cry when good people are unfairly framed. And take notes, so that you can help save a friend from the same horrible mess.