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The Academy - Friends vs Family - The Ghost Bird Series #3 - cover

The Academy - Friends vs Family - The Ghost Bird Series #3

C. L. Stone

Publisher: Arcato Publishing, Inc.

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Sang Sorenson is forced to suffer through another of her mother’s extreme punishments.  It almost kills her. The Academy boys vow it will be the last.  They're determined to keep Sang safe, especially from her own family. 
 

	Their solution: complete invasion of her life. 

	 

	Kota, Luke, Silas, Nathan, Victor, Gabriel and North do everything within their power to show Sang what true loyalty means.  It takes more than blood to make a family and they want Sang in theirs.
 

	In this third book of The Academy series Sang experiences a taste of freedom and what it’s like to truly be cared for...to be wanted.  Sang learns a bit more about the boys’ broken families and the boys discover more than they could ever have bargained for about Sang’s. The Academy was the answer to their problems. Could it be hers?
 

	Sang’s actions will force her mother to reveal a startling truth.  A truth that will change Sang’s life and the boys’ lives in unpredictable ways.  Forever.
 

	The Academy, Allegiance

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