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In the third and final installment of the Extracurricular series:
There is a power play for control of Ashbury Academy’s trustee board. Daniel’s covert actions, however, have Audrey questioning his vow to protect Lavinia’s legacy at the school.
The arrests resulting in the FBI’s investigation into Miranda’s college admissions fraud bring tragedy to some of the families involved, and unexpected opportunities to others.
Can Ashbury Academy survive this scandal?
An even bigger question:
Will Audrey’s marriage—and her family—fall apart after her long-held secret is finally revealed?
“Delicious, hilarious, and addictive, Extracurricular has all the hallmarks of a classic Josie Brown book: fleshed-out, juicy characters, a to-die-for plot, and a ripped-from-the headlines premise. I absolutely loved it and must read the entire series!”
—Samantha M. Bailey, author of Woman on the Edge
“Master storyteller of the competitively elite, Totlandia’s Josie Brown graduates from strollers and playgroups to the high stakes game of college admissions in this captivating tale of trickery, deceit, and unrequited love. Told across three episodic novels, in Book 1, meet the movers, the shakers, and the dirty-deal makers that, together, establish a page-turning premise to carry us forward: It’s the tiny twists of fate that change us. A++ for Extracurricular!”
—Julie Valerie, author of Holly Banks Full of Angst and the Village of Primm series
“Josie Brown brings it, in this ripped-from-the-headlines romp of a novel set in the world of academia and its shadow world – extracurricular activities that may not be legal. It has romance and intrigue, and a pace that doesn’t let up. Highly entertaining. Sure to delight Brown’s legions of fans.”
—Eileen Goudge, New York Times bestselling author of Garden of Lies and The Diary
“Sharp, smart, and sexy, Brown's timely new series about the cut-throat world of college admissions is a must-read. As always, Brown's cast of characters are a delicious mix of sweethearts, scoundrels and the just plain morally corrupt. Never predictable, Extracurricular is thoroughly readable and immensely enjoyable.”
—Meredith Schorr, author of The Boyfriend Swap and the Blogger Girl series
“Dirty little secrets have a way of catching up with us. Assassins and Totlandia fans rejoice! Josie Brown has a new trail of secrets, spies and parents behaving badly in town—and you’re gonna love it. Ripped from the headlines, Extracurricular delivers the perfect summer read on just how far some people will go, no matter the cost, to get exactly what they want.”
— Jen Tucker, author, The Day I Wore My Panties Inside Out, and Chick Lit Central columnist
“The characters were well drawn, the story line was great, and a few unexpected twists throughout made it a fun read… I can’t wait to get my hands on the next book and see what happens.”