The Shadow Girl of Birch Grove


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When foster teen Jane Williams is invited to attend elite Birch Grove Academy for Girls, she thinks the offer is too good to be true. It is.
Soon she starts receiving threatening messages from an unknown enemy. She's also beginning to suspect that the pale elegant headmistress and her gorgeous sons are hiding secrets. Lucky is the sunny, golden son who is especially attentive to Jane, and Jack is the dark, quirky older brother, who constantly puzzles her.
The longer she stays at Birch Grove, the more questions she has about the disappearance of another scholarship girl and the headmistress and her family.
What will she give up and what risks will she take to stay in this privileged world and be bound to Birch Grove forever? What's Jane willing to sacrifice for this once in a lifetime opportunity?

Just saw this in my e-mail, in the newest newsletter from the Love Vampires Website. Reading anything more than 2000 words on my computer screen makes my eyes bleed, but I did go ahead and downloaded the *.pdf version of the book that they offer. You can download it here.

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  1. This sounds like something I'd like too! I could never read a whole book on my computer screen though. :-/

  2. I downloaded it too. It's not too long, so maybe I'll be able to read it on screen!

  3. Me neither! I think when I read it, I'll just get it printed and bound at this store we go to a lot at the office-- the $10 should be worth not killing my eyes!

  4. That's a good idea! I'd print it off, but my home printer's not working anymore for some strange reason!

  5. I so wouldn't print it off from my home printer, lol. I tried once, and it ate up all of my ink. (I have a really old, sloowwww printer)

  6. Hi, thanks for linking to my novel here! I'm sorry about the online reading. I don't read online books either and I understand about the cost of ink for your printer. That's why the offer the printers so cheap -- because they make the money off the ink.

    Here's a tip: you can set the printer to print draft quality and print about twice as many pages as you would otherwise.

    Believe me, I've been trying to get this book published because I believe it's a wonderful story. Well, all authors believe that about their books, so you'll have to trust others' opinions. So far THE SHADOW GIRL OF BIRCH GROVE has had over 6500 reads at Scribd.

  7. You're very welcome! And thanks a lot for the tip; I'm looking forward to reading it =)


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