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Daughters Book 5: Sorority Animal House James W. Nelson

Daughters Book 5: Sorority Animal House

James W. Nelson

Published August 5th 2015
ISBN : 9781515360995
Paperback
154 pages
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Daughters Book 5 Sorority Animal House (42,000 words) Daughters is the continuing series based on the fact of human trafficking in America. Emma is the strong female lead begun in Book 1 at the age of 18 when she was abducted, raped, trained andMoreDaughters Book 5 Sorority Animal House (42,000 words) Daughters is the continuing series based on the fact of human trafficking in America. Emma is the strong female lead begun in Book 1 at the age of 18 when she was abducted, raped, trained and trafficked. In Book 5, she is 22, finished with college, a bona fide social worker, well versed in criminal justice, and is earning a black belt in Taekwondo. She has partnered with Jacey Wendell, a young lady attorney. Together they will specialize in helping victims of human trafficking. Their shingle is barely hung when four ex-sorority girls appear, whose stories will open a very dark and secret door about some sororities. Two characters with viewpoint besides Emma. Arianna, the angry, represents the pent-up embarrassment, anger, frustration-and pure rage-that has simmered for a year, waiting for the new crop of trusting freshmen pledges and her turn at carrying out the Sorority House Initiation Ritual! Brandi, the innocent, represents the naivete of so many young people-boys and girls both-as every autumn they head for colleges across America for the first time. More description: Emma, at 22, graduates from college with degrees in social work and criminal justice, will work toward earning her black belt in Taekwondo, and she and Jacey Wendell, attorney, will become partners with a specialty of helping human trafficking victims. In Book 5 we meet Arianna, the angry. One year ago she experienced the sorority initiation rituals and has been angry ever since, and practically salivates thinking of what she will do to her new little sister pledge. It was done to her so its only fair she get to do it to someone else-right? We also meet Brandi, the innocent, just out of high school where she was president of her class, editor at her school newspaper, and graduated with a 3.9 grade average. Even though small in size, she had played soccer, excelled as shortstop in softball and led the varsity volleyball team to a district championship. She is ready to move forward in her life. And so the cycle continues....