STARY WRITING ACADEMY III-- Dare to be a Teen--Elite Academy
Violet Davies is a 16 yr old, American girl and has both beauty and brains. She gets a scholarship to Elite Trinity Academy. Although she will never fit in there, it is an opportunity of a lifetime that cannot be refused.
The day she arrives at the Academy, she sees her best friend Ryan Jackson, who had died four years ago, on the night that had changed Violet's life forever. As she searches for answers, things worsen up, and she makes an enemy of the richest and most popular boy in school, Carl Johnson.
Life doesn't go well for Violet, and classes are a struggle. There are things that Ryan and Carl are hiding, and the closer Violet gets the more she realizes that the truth is stranger than she ever imagined. She has no leads on the evil magic user, while Ryan seems to avoid her, and the entire student population seems to hate her. She is bullied and is hit by a spell, that shrinks her down to only two inches tall. She has to rely on Ryan and Carl, and others to survive. Her world turns upside down when she learns that her enemy is the one person she has never suspected. Then, when she is hit with a final spell, she finds herself stuck in Carl's body. Violet and Carl must work together to break the curse or risk becoming each other for real. But then she faces the greatest betrayal of her life.
Her second year at the Academy is anything but a cakewalk. Everyone still hates her. She cannot forgive Ryan for his secrets. Her dad is back and she cannot forgive him either. Her roommate Yana has disappeared, and she resents her new roommate for that. And then she finds Carl Johnson everywhere. Could that be a residual effect of body swapping? It seems to awaken something inside her.
Violet never wanted powers. She just wanted to be a normal girl, and just wanted to frolic in the forest, chasing butterflies. But the longer she stays at Elite the more impossible it seems. Her dad is trying to kill Carl again and being part of a werewolf pack has its problems. Ryan is complicated, while Carl is a jerk and her new alpha has no time for her. When a threat to Carl's life goes wildly wrong, Violet ends up the victim of a love potion, and things get messy.
Violet has a choice: leave the pack or stay trapped forever. What do you do when the only way to save the people you love is to abandon them?
Her third year of high school starts on a wrong note when Carl's cousin Ted arrives at school to spy on them. Violet and Ryan thought it was easy to fake being a couple, but Violet's feelings for Carl are not easy to ignore. They need to be convincing or she is out of the pack. To top it all off, her dad has escaped police custody. Yana is also back, and Violet has a bunch of new powers to deal with.
It is not easy being the newest wolf in the pack. Violet is just not good with pack hierarchy and werewolf politics. The alpha hates her, Carl is giving her the cold shoulder, and she still has not mastered her powers.
Things worsen up when evil cousin Ted allies with another pack and two of their members show up at school. Violet is sure they are up to no good, especially when one catches Carl's attention. Greta Steven is funny, beautiful, stylish, and 100% werewolf... all the things that Violet isn't. Even though Violet has officially joined the pack, she feels more like an outsider than ever. The rival pack has to go, but the threat seems to be bigger than ever.
Violet's world is thrown into chaos now that all the packs have emerged under one supreme Alpha. The alpha is annoying, but he is only a puppet. Violet knows the real problem is her father Theodore Davies. He wants to take over the world and has so far done a pretty good job of it.
And that is not the only problem. Everyone is fighting. Ryan is in a coma, Greta Steven is kidnapped, and finals are just around the corner. The only thing going well is her relationship with Carl. But they cannot be together until the alpha is gone. Violet has the power to defeat the alpha but to use it, she might have to become the thing she fears the most.