Character Bio: Nichole is smart, athletic and sometimes a bit of a jerk, especially to Jayne. Nichole doesn’t have a coming of age story; her teen years were thrust upon her, leaving her angry and confused. She doesn't fully understand why, but she believes Jayne has something to do with all the weird things happening at the foster home. The trauma of not knowing her past and her struggle to know the truth mold her into a fierce daughter, sister and friend.
Not just a Plain Jane.
Jayne is perfectly content staying off the radar of bullies at school, reading, watching movies with her best friend, and going on family outings with her mom and dad. Life is pretty sweet and perfectly boring. But everything changes while on an early morning bike ride with her parents, when a tragedy would lead to a discovery about her family's history that is anything but normal.
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