Flower in the Hills (Norma Jean Lutz Classic Collection)

| October 25, 2013


Flower in the Hills (Norma Jean Lutz Classic Collection)

The Norma Jean Lutz Classic Collection includes re-released titles of previously-published teen novels. I hear from parents and teens alike who are searching for clean, lighthearted, novels. Paranormal is fine for a time, but much like gorging on too much ice cream, after a while it can become tedious and dull.

This is why I made the decision to bring back the novels that I authored in the 80s and 90s. Reading audiences deserve a choice and I want to give them that choice.

• Clean teen reads

• Timeless story lines that never grow old

• A choice for readers in reading materials and themes

• Classic reads from a more innocent era

These story plots are timeless; such stories never grow out of style in spite of the fact they were penned several decades ago. The first title in the Norma Jean Lutz Classic Collection is Flower in the Hills:

Latina Harmen knew she was going to hate Missouri. “There’s nothing in Missouri!” she had told her father when he announced they were to spend the summer there. And now she knew she had been one hundred and ten percent right.

Latina had taken for granted that she would enjoy another happy vacation with her friends at Periwinkle Cove. But no! Instead, she will be stuck in a hick town with no one around but her boring parents and bratty brother.

How could she have guessed the beauty that lay waiting for her in those dark, brooding hills? How was she to know that she would meet Tully, whose friendship would forever change her heart?


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