Jane T. O'Brien
Publisher: Amazon.com Services LLC
Pages: 179

Avery Amelia Fox, a twenty-something, independent woman, is the only child of Avery and Amelia Fox, prominent citizens of the exclusive village of Hidden Oaks. Her name is both a blessing and a curse. A curse because her parents are well known in a world of insufferable snobs. A blessing because Avery, despite her abhorrence to her parents’ world, loves them and is grateful for the advantages being a Fox offspring has allowed her.Avery’s childhood was spent with a succession of nannies and private schools. Her favorite was Nanny Jacqueline who entertained her with stories of growing up in a houseful of siblings. From an early age, Avery felt more comfortable with the household help than the children of her mother’s arrogant acquaintances. During the school year, Avery teaches creative writing courses at the community college. This summer she has rented a cabin in the hills of Somerset ...
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