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Wilde Iris

Wilde Iris

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by April Nugent, Andrew Montgomery
     
 
Anna Thomas, a 13-year-old girl with big dreams, spends the summer visiting her Aunt Violet at Wilde Iris Plantation in rural Kentucky. She developed an instant connection with Zachary Winston, the 13-year-old grandson of the prestigious Wilde Iris owner, Arthur Grant Winston III. They spent the summer at a secret location... away from the drama of the main house.

Overview

Anna Thomas, a 13-year-old girl with big dreams, spends the summer visiting her Aunt Violet at Wilde Iris Plantation in rural Kentucky. She developed an instant connection with Zachary Winston, the 13-year-old grandson of the prestigious Wilde Iris owner, Arthur Grant Winston III. They spent the summer at a secret location... away from the drama of the main house. This magical place became a world where they could escape the heavy ruling of Mr. Winston. While spending time there that summer, Anna found another friend in Todd Morris, the chef at the plantation, who was Mr. Winston's nephew. Now Anna Thomas, age 24, returns to the plantation for a funeral only to rekindle her former relationships with Todd Morris and Zachary Winston. As adults, they realize life is much, much more complicated.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016035291
Publisher:
April Nugent
Publication date:
01/20/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
358 KB

Meet the Author

April Nugent was born in Portland, Oregon, the elder of two siblings. She moved from Portland at 24 years old to Virginia where she resides today fifteen years later.
April worked in the public eye for most of her working career. With her outgoing character, she has been able to engage people from all lifestyles. She has an infectious personality and a captivating sense of humor.
April knew she always wanted to write and in middle as well as high school, she excelled at creative writing and art classes. She continued her writing aspirations by taking a few courses in college but didn't set her own novels in motion until after her daughter was born. Through her adult years, she encountered a variety of people with whom she worked as well as acquaintances in her personal life. Utilizing all of the tools of life, her thoughts, memories, humor, and challenges presents her with a variety of story lines for her books. Being a stay-at-home mom has allowed time for her to express herself in her writings and to achieve this life-long goal of being an author.

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