Jane Eyre, Beware

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
In this realistic YA story with humor, high school senior, Jane Lloyd, is forced to try out for JANE EYRE, the school play, so she can get into Columbia University and carry on family tradition, and she also has to take a part-time job as a car hop to earn money for college. When she gets a date with the class hottie, she's shocked to find out he's harboring a horrible secret. More

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Words: 61,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465792808
About Carolyn Chambers Clark

We're writing partners who write in many different genres, usually with humor and always with passion. And, yes, we love to line dance!

Carolyn is a nurse practitioner with a doctorate in nursing education from Columbia University and was a forensic examiner. Tony is a retired businessman and ammunition renovation specialist, a NJ boy with his own brand of humor. Carolyn has many of her non-fiction, health-related books posted at her website at http://www.carolynchambersclark.com. Find some of them here, also.

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Review by: franchie15 on Dec. 03, 2011 :
Thanks to Ms. Carolyn for giving me a copy of this. :)

Jane Lloyd is such a typical girl. Someone who's struggling to be accepted in her choice of college. She's not popular. But because she has to do something extra-curricular because her intern got forfeited, she joined the play. And there, she meets Nate, the awesome Nate! Okay. I'll stop there. Just buy this so you guys know what'll happen. :)

So yeah, I give it 4 stars because I liked it! I really do. It didn't have any dull moments (well, for me). I swear it's such an enjoyable read. Why just 4 and not 5? Maybe because I was looking for some things which I didn't see. Like where did the three girls from the costume party (whom I thought she became friends with) went in the story? Also, some characters could have been described and assigned more scenes so I could have know them more. But all in all, this is such a good read. It will make you smile and laugh from time to time. :)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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