The Bar

With Dawna’s court date against the sex traffickers approaching, her younger sister, Emily, has a chip on her shoulder as high as Mt. Rose. When Dawna moved to Reno, she left Emily all alone to face the gossip of their small hometown. Suddenly Emily is thrust into a bigger problem when she finds Loyalton’s most popular cheerleader on the floor of the school bathroom semi-conscious. More

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About Jacci Turner

Jacci lives with her husband in Nevada’s high desert. They spend their
mornings hiking through the sagebrush with their big yellow dog, Rocky.

Jacci loves chocolate, babies, and coffee with friends. She’s worn many
hats in her lifetime: therapist, school counselor, campus minister, and
mom. Her favorite hats are her writer and grandmother hats, which come in wild colors and don’t fit too tightly.

Jacci's first book geared towards adults, The Retreat: A tale of spiritual awakening, will came out in March with Harper Legend. It is available now on pre-order in paper back.

Jacci's middle grade fiction, Bending Willow, is about Riley and Mia searching for a father who doesn't know they exist. It is the first book in The Finding Home Series. Bending Willow represented Nevada at the National Book Festival in Washington D.C and was a finalist for the Wishing Shelf Contest. In addition, Jacci is the author of the Amazon best-selling young adult novel, The Cage, the first book in The Birthright series, and many other other Middle Grade and YA books.

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The Bar
In the wake of her return, Dawna's small hometown is swarmed with press and gossip. When Dawna is forced to move away it is her little sister, Emily, who takes the spotlight. But Emily is thrust into bigger problems when she finds the high school's most popular cheerleader on the floor of the school bathroom barely conscious.

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Review by: Ashley Rosado on Nov. 21, 2013 : (no rating)
This book is a wonderful follow up to The Cage. The transition from sister to sister, and the tie in to the Blue Group is perfect. The message of the story is good as well. I would recommend the Birthright series to all young adults.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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