Stephanie



[EPUB] ✻ Stephanie By Melissa Service – E17streets4all.co.uk Music Drugs RedemptionJosh Jacobs I ve heard it said that life can change in a second, but I disagree From my experience, life changes in milliseconds, and every single moment of the day is about chan Music Drugs RedemptionJosh Jacobs I ve heard it said that life can change in a second, but I disagree From my experience, life changes in milliseconds, and every single moment of the day is about change Sometimes the change is for the better, and sometimes for the worseStephanie Carlisle I scowled at the reflection and took a long drag from the joint that had made its way to the front seat, blowing smoke in the girl s face and wishing she would take her perky smile and perfectly lined teeth somewhere else I also wondered if her parents knew where she was and what she, or rather, I, was about to doStephanie Carlisle is a musically gifted, but troubled teen After being delivered from a life of drugs and alcohol, she becomes an inspiration to a subculture that most of society would like to forget When she befriends the equally talented, but troubled Josh Jacobs, she learns not every story has a happy ending.Stephanie

Facebook Facebook melissaserviceauthorTwitter maserviceBlog Melissa Service grew up in a tiny, magical town in Illinois total population In , she brought her love of books, a Midwest hankering for a good Horseshoe Sandwich also known as fat on a plate and Southern Sweet Tea to sunny SoCal About an hour north of Los Angeles, she lives with her husband, her kids, and their sweet, yet, slightly neurotic, standard poodle, Eisley When she s not chasing Eisley, or chauffeuring her teens around town, she s writing.

Stephanie Epub ò Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 234 pages
  • Stephanie
  • Melissa Service
  • English
  • 06 April 2018
  • 1508604495

10 thoughts on “Stephanie

  1. says:

    A powerful second novel by Melissa Service.A talented writer with a beautiful sad story She brings us Stephanie,a young teen with a gift for music and an addiction to drugs.With a family never willing to give up will she find her way home.I don t stray much from the mystery horror aisle but on occasion a writer comes along and I just have to go thereSo grab this book and a box of tissue and get to know Stephanie..

  2. says:

    Not a bad book, it s well written but the pacing feels off It s also way too religion heavy for me.

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