What A Smile Can Hide

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Grace Walker, a straight A student and a goody too shoes. Although that's what everyone thought, can good grades and a smile blind everyone from seeing the truth? With abusive adoptive parents, bullies and a little brother to look after, how will Grace cope. Mason Reed, one of Grace’s worst bullies. He sees something else in Grace. Something that she hides from everyone else with just a smile. Pain, something so simple to hide in a smile but something so hard to hide in you eyes. Warning: Violence, bullying and abuse.

Drama / Other
4.7 45 reviews
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Grace Walker

- 17 nearly 18 years old

- Waist length dark brown hair

- Dark brown eyes

Jaxon Walker (Grace Walkers little brother)

- 5 years old

- Short brown hair

- Dark brown eyes

Charles Johnston (Grace and Jaxon's adoptive father)

- Grey hair

- 47 years old

- Hazel eyes

Frances Johnston (Charles Johnston's wife)

- Blonde hair

- Light brown eyes

- 43 years old

Mason Reed

- Black hair

- Blue eyes

- 18 years old

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monicamcurry: I really love this story. The plot is great, the characters come to life and the story is addictive. I hope that the will be many more chapters. Please author keep the story going.

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Nikina: I throughly enjoyed this story. It was deep and the healing process was beautiful. I like how the story was uplifting and agreeable even with the seriousness of the subject matter. Highly recommend to everyone. It goes need another proof read to catch a few minor errors but it’s still a fine sto...

nofux2give46: Interesting book I'm eager to read the rest

Vonieta: Love this book. The writer has great talent keeping the reader going. Has contol of their emotions and a great story teller. If they finish the book, they will go far. Just a lot of talent and told in an amazing way. Can not wait to read the rest of the story. Plus hope to read a lot more of thei...

Millie: Well written very few spelling mistakes

Christina Kontogianni: A book is good if you are sad when you finished it. And I was sad 🤪

nofux2give46: Great story enjoyed reading this and look forward to reading the next one as well .

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