Book Three of the Girls of Spindrift. From the New York Times bestselling author of the Flowers in the Attic and My Sweet Audrina series (now Lifetime movies) continues a haunting new series featuring highly intelligent teenage girls who struggle to survive a specialized high school and find their place in a world that doesn’t understand them.
Such is the burden of being brilliant.
Mayfair arrives at Spindrift School, and quickly begins to feel its walls are a prison, its teachers her wardens. Having become best friends with Corliss and Donna, the three of them become the de facto It Girls of Spindrift; the other students call them the Supremes—and not for their singing talents.
Jogging the grounds of Spindrift one day, the girls notices a hole in the fence leading to the nearby town that the students are never permitted to visit. Gathering up their nerve for an off-campus excursion, they venture to a local bar, and into the presence of a man Mayfair becomes enchanted by. Thrilling and new, this affair of the heart is the opposite of the rigorous study Spindrift demands of its pupils. And so for this ultra-smart girl, the question becomes: which is smarter, which brings more self-satisfaction, the path of the brain, or the wilds of the heart?
The four Girls of Spindrift novellas together form a spinoff to Bittersweet Dreams—available now!
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As much as I have always loved VC Andrews books (I own and have read every single book), this was pure trash. The entire thing felt rushed. I’m was looking forward to a more in depth account of Spindrift and was left disappointed. The more time that goes by since Virginia’s death, the less depth the characters have, and the less interesting the stories are getting. You should be appalled that this garbage was put out under her name, as I’m sure she would be.