Just One Won't Hurt
by Jane Grahl
Separated from her longtime school friends, fifteen year old Kellie Jamison, the perfect daughter and the apple of her parents eyes, found the transition from middle school to high school a much greater undertaking than she had anticipated.
Kellie struggled to maintain the A average that had always been so easy for her before. As she became more agitated each day at school, someone was watching her increased anxiety. Someone who wanted to lend a hand by leaving her a small note of folded paper on her desk with something wrapped inside it.
The decision Kellie made that day, as she opened the note, would haunt her for the rest of her life but also would teach her a valuable lesson.About the Author
A graduate of UNC at Charlotte with a degree in business, Jane Grahl and her husband, William, have two children: Scott and Kimberly. Jane enjoys reading, writing, working with children as a foster grandparent, and spending time with her granddaughters. She is currently working on three other novels.(2012, paperback, 32 pages)