I think this is a fantastic story with a great ending, but the writing was bad. I think V.C. Andrews shoulda just told the story to a writer and have them put it in words. Star, who is supposed to ba a black girl from the ghetto talks with the same vocabulary as the rich girl from Beverly Hills. Just not very realistic to me.
I enjoyed reading this book as much as any other V.C. Andrews book. They are interesting stories and you get into the lives of the characters. I like getting detailed backgrounds on each character and seeing how their lives change for the good by the end of the story.
MISTY...Trapped in the middle of her parent's bitter divorce, she hides an unspeakable secret deep inside: she hates them all. Now, brought to Doctor Marlowe's therapy group, she's about to meet three other girl's who just might understand.
STAR...She may never forgive her parents for the pain they have caused her. But in the safety of this new circle of friends, she will finally face the nightmares of her past.
JADE...Escaping the madness of a hateful courtroom battle, she was lured into an ordeal too traumatic to forget-and much to terrible to share.
CAT...Like the other girls, Cat has a story of her own. But maybe she should lie-just make something up. Because the truth is more horrifying than the others could possibly imagine...