Into the Woods by V.C. Andrews

Into the Woods

byV.C. Andrews

Kobo ebook | January 1, 2003

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Her life would never be the same once she ventured...
INTO THE WOODS
The only child of a U.S. naval officer father and a charming mother, Grace Houston is the center of her parents' universe -- until sudden tragedy tears her world apart. Now Grace and her mother, Jackie Lee, move from the naval base in Virginia to ritzy Palm Beach, Florida, to start all over again. It's hard enough being the new girl -- but Grace is enrolled at a prestigious private school where what you wear is more important than who you are. Now her own mother is pressuring her to do whatever it takes to be accepted by the in-crowd. But Grace just wants to close her eyes and disappear....
Soon Jackie Lee marries a sophisticated millionaire, Winston Montgomery, who is her ticket to high society. But happiness once again vanishes into the shadows...and it's not long before the young and dashing Kirby Scott works his way into Jackie Lee's life. He's got his eye on her newly inherited fortune -- and something much more precious: her beautiful, innocent daughter....

Title:Into the WoodsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 1, 2003Publisher:Atria BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0743436342

ISBN - 13:9780743436342

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from De Beers, 4th in the series I find it uninteresting. This entire series was just that, uninteresting. This book is about Willow's mother, Grace and her childhood. It's really depressing reading about a person that seems to be depressed her entire life. I wouldn't recommend this book or this series, as it was probably the worst of all V.C. Andrews books. This book seems to be set in the wrong time period. In Willow, she mentions the year 1999 as having already happened, so this book should have happen before 1980. Grace's daughter and granddaughter apparently live in the same time period she does. Grace is speaking of computers and email during this book, while in the previous book; her granddaughter is giving brand new PDAs to her half-brothers. It makes no sense. I'm not fond of the way this book was written.
Date published: 2018-02-17