Who will be the one to fall? In this terrifying spin on the old rhyme, a family moves to a seemingly perfect town only to discover that it is anything but normal. The scent of the town engulfs Parker in its perfume the moment she enters the gates. So much so that she nearly forgets all about the life that she left behind and the best friend she abandoned. Coronation is a place where she and her parents can have a new start. And as soon as Parker gets there, its peacefulness puts her at ease. Everyone is nice. The tennis team immediately accepts her. Even the boys are easy to talk to. The only thing that she can't quite understand is the town's history--its devotion to the saint, Rosamund, who helped the original town settlers survive their first winter all those years ago. But she isn't the only skeptic. Whatever you do, hold on tight. Don't fall down, the boy tells her frantically before the town's yearly Spring Festival--thrown in Rosamund's honor to encourage the harvest. But Parker can't help it. The vibrant festival immediately draws her into the gardens, the rows of flowers, the food, the laughter. Linked together with the other girls, Parker finds herself spinning with the other girls, struggling to stay in sync. Tilting forward, it's as if her balance has been taken from her. Because Rosamund has been waiting. Parker has been chosen. Coronation's next Rose Duchess has been crowned, destined to fulfill her role unless she can find a way to uncover the truth.