Hi everyone! It feels like I’ve been waiting for this day FOREVER but Book #2 in the Treadwell series is finally available on iTunes, as well as on Amazon!
This book is $1.99 because it’s LONGER than Book #1 (and there are mentions of Taylor… not to mention a special appearance by none other than JAKE). 10% of the proceeds from the sale of this book are being donated by my publisher to the Born This Way Foundation to fight bullying!
Here’s a sneak peek at the book, below. And as a very special treat, I’ve posted the first chapter of Book #4 to Facebook! It’s a work in progress, so I’m sure there are typos, but if you loved the Norfleet sisters… you’ll love Book #4.
Things Grace Mathison did her sophomore year of high school that she never expected to do in her lifetime:
1.) Run away with her brother to New York City
2.) Tattoo a unicorn on a pop star’s back
3.) Fall in love a Russian graffiti artist
At the age of 15, Grace Mathison has been sheltered most of her life. Her father is a successful television evangelist, famous for starting headline-grabbing feuds with the fathers of Grace’s classmates at the Treadwell Academy over lyrics in rap music and risqué catalog covers. Unlike her classmates at Treadwell, she prefers riding her horse, True Heart, and sketching in her drawing pad, over gossiping and shopping for fancy clothes.
When Grace’s beloved older brother, Aaron, makes international headlines with a romantic relationship gone wrong, Grace finds out that her father doesn’t practice forgiveness as he preaches. Aaron is disowned, and begs Grace to run away with him to start a new life. Delving head-first into a personal examination of the difference between right and wrong, Grace grapples with everything in which she has been raised to believe.
She and Aaron find themselves in New York City, struggling to meet adult challenges like paying rent and holding down jobs. To make matters worse, their parents’ troubles are only beginning. Grace learns that they are being investigated for financial fraud, and their entire empire is in danger. And then there’s Felix, the cute tattoo artist who dabbles in graffiti. Incredibly, in a city inhabited by millions, he and Grace keep crossing paths.
Grace starts to realize what she’s really made of… she’s a lot tougher and smarter than the mean girls at Treadwell ever knew. In the face of losing everything she cherishes, she closely examines what she believes in and discovers what she least expected to find: that she believes in herself.