Shades of Life by Pasomi Mucha
Shellsea Kego has had everything going for her. She has known nothing less than a Royal upbringing. Fancy schools, expensive holidays and all that vast wealth can buy have been the summary of the life of this young girl. Snobbish and with a keen sense of class, she mingles with the high and mighty, in whose league her rich mother luxuriates. Her fairy-tale kind of life comes tumbling down like a pack of cards when her mother drives her to what strikes her as a godforsaken ghost of a school in the middle of nowhere. “You can’t leave me in this terrible place! I cannot survive this! I will be miserable and end up failing!” Shellsea protests. “It’s for your own good.” her mother insists, as if to rub salt into her wound.