Saturday, January 9, 2016

DVR Alert: V.C. Andrews' MY SWEET AUDRINA Premieres Tonight at 8PM on Lifetime

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Lifetime has adapted yet another V.C. Andrews novel into a film for their network. After the success of Flowers in the Attic, Petals on the Wind, If There be Thorns and Seeds of Yesterday which told the shocking and twisted story of the Dollanganger family; Lifetime will premiere V.C. Andrews' My Sweet Audrina tonight on Lifetime at 8PM.

An encore presentation will air at midnight.

Want to read the book? Order it today.

For a copy of the original V.C. Andrews printing:

For a copy of the re-release:

A sequel to My Sweet Audrina will be released later this year. Whitefern will release on 7.26.16


The long-awaited sequel to My Sweet Audrina, one of V.C. Andrews’s strangest, most beloved books—and now a Lifetime movie! Whitefern swallowed Audrina’s childhood—and now the sprawling Victorian mansion threatens her adult life too...

Audrina remembers a better time, when her husband, Arden, was a young man with a heart filled with devotion for her. He didn’t used to be this ambitious, expansive...this cruel. But then, the death of Audrina’s father changed a great many things. When the reading of her father’s will reveals that Audrina herself will control fifty-one percent of the family brokerage—the halls of Whitefern again don’t feel safe.

Arden’s protestations become frantic, nearly violent. And while Audrina didn’t anticipate running the family business, she’s curious to do so. And she can’t help but wonder what had made her father change his will at the last minute? What did he know about Arden that she didn’t?

Trapped in the middle of it all: her fragile, simple sister—the beautiful, trusting Sylvia. Audrina promised her father she’d watch over the young woman. But after years of relative quiet, the dark days of Whitefern may have returned...

Note: After the passing of V.C. Andrews, most newer novels are written by ghostwriter Andrew Neiderman. In my opinion, the books written by the ghostwriter aren't as good as V.C. Andrews' work. Of course, this shouldn't be a surprise.

Pre-order Whitefern:

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