Contrary to what the cover suggests, Ginny is a quiet, shy sort of seventeen year old. When her Aunt Peg dies, she leaves Ginny 13 envelopes with specific instructions which, if she follows, will take her to Europe to discover herself and learn more about her aunt. As she travels from London to Rome to Paris and other foreign cities, she meets Keith who sparks her interest and in a way joins her on her journey.
This was a quick read, a sort of medium fluff if that makes sense. Very teenager-y but dealing with death and family and insecurity which are big topics, but it's not too heavy. Throw a little romance into the mystery of Aunt Peg and it's not a bad read.