Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
Jane O’Donell is a girl, whose life changes unexpectedly due to a terrible event, bringing the alluring Dr. Smith into her life. After Jane is being kidnapped, she realizes that she has acquired a new ability. In her way of finding out more about it, she discovers a new side of her and also a new face of one of her family members, who is not the same person she always adored.
Jane O’Donnel comes from a rich family who tries to prove herself she can make it on her own without her family’s help. An unexpected event turns her world upside. Like it would not be enough, the terrible occurrence brings with it something she could never be prepared for.
Can Jane find out who is behind all this? Could her father have something to do with it?
Will she encounter people who do not want her to know?
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About the Author
Originally from Romania, Alina B. studied economics, and since high school she was always interested in psychology. A few months after getting married, she moved temporarily with her husband to Australia, leaving everything behind and putting other plans on hold. The change seemed to be the right one since it brought to her enough inspiration and time to write her first manuscript, and she took the chance and published her first book. The goal-driven Alina B plans to be a full-time writer as soon as possible and a mother of two when the time is right.
The Plan* by Alina B.
Publication Date: June 8, 2013
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 218 pages; 978-1-4836-4963-4
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 218 pages; 978-1-4836-4964-1
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