Heaven-Sent

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic

Violet Cross-Heins has always had the short end of the stick. Just your average teen girl living the high life on the Upper East Side. Alicia Baron, her best friend is the Golden Girl, the one everyone wants to be, including Violet. But after a series of events which includes Alicia getting into a car accident, Violet starts to miss her friend. Until she decides to show up as Violet's guardian angel and refuses to leave until after Violet performs a series of difficult, demeaning, and somewhat socially-destroying tasks...Best friends really are heaven-sent...aren't they?

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Why Me?

Violet Cross-Heins has always had the short end of the stick. Just your average teen girl living the high life on the Upper East Side. Alicia Baron, her best friend is the Golden Girl, the one everyone wants to be, including Violet. But after a series of events which includes Alicia getting into a car accident, Violet starts to miss her friend. Until she decides to show up as Violet's guardian angel and refuses to leave until after Violet performs a series of difficult, demeaning, and somewhat socially-destroying tasks...Best friends really are heaven-sent...aren't they? Read Chapter

Morning Sickness

What do we have here? The first day of school for our girl Violet means the Annual Alicia Brunch with the rest of the posse. But from what we hear, even before the Infamous Brunch, there's already a scandal about to brew. It's something else that's shocking and also involves salmon and secrets: Dinner with Queen Mum Vicky and her monosyllabic BF Randolph that Violet is forced to attend. Is it just for 'family' that's the reason why Vicky Cross insists that Violet come to dinner? Or is there something else that our Vi doesn't know about...? Read Chapter