Seeing The Scars Beneath
Sometimes the wounds that are invisible are the very wound that rips us apart
- 32294 Words
- Ages 14 and up
The Loner: Ever since Michelle Charles could remember, her father has always hated and blamed her and so he sent her off to boarding school at the earilest age possible. Now after 15 years of having no contact, Michelle is suddenly taken from the only home she's ever known, to live with her dad. But what happens when Michelle's dad has a new found love for his daughter that is not your typical father-daughter relationship? What can she do when the man that's supposed to love and protect her is the very person that's hurting her?
The Victim: George Gomez only has one wish - that he could disappear into another dimension. At home his father is a reckless drunk while his mother is fighting with a brain tumor. At school he is always the helpless victim of The Populars. But what happens when George's mother dies and he no longer wants to be the victim anymore? What would you do if you were tired of being the victim?
The Populars: Aiden Phillips is the school's most popular guy. He's the star of the school's football team and everyone seems to love him unconditionally, but with his parents pressuring him to get into a good college, he knows he must start getting better grades. His only hope - the loner, geeky girl - Michelle Charles. . .
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Keywords: novel, romance, abuse, jemma1011, death, father, daughter