The V Club

Author: Kate Brian

When Victoria A. Treemont, the most revered and reclusive woman in Ardsmore, Pennsylvania, passes away, she leaves behind a $160,000 scholarship fund that rocks the worlds of the students at Ardsmore High School. The successful candidate must “exemplify purity of soul, spirit, and body.” Everyone agrees that this caveat can mean only one thing: The recipient of the scholar….Read More

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