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Parents Behaving Badly (Step-chain) by Ann…

Parents Behaving Badly (Step-chain)

by Ann Bryant

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This is the sixth book in the Step-chain series. Other titles include: One Mum Too Many, You Can't Fancy Your Step-sister, She's No Angel, Too Good To Be True and Get Me Out Of Here. Hannah's life is almost perfect. She loves living with Mum, her brother Craig and her stepdad Tony. To make things even better, Rachel, her stepsister is also her best friend. But then it all goes wrong. Tony moves out and seems to be avoiding them. Hannah and Rachel fall out and Craig starts bunking off school. To make matters worse, Hannah suspects that Tony is seeing a mystery person from work and decides to investigate. If things don't get sorted out, Hannah's life will be ruined. How can she get Tony and her mum back together, sort things out with Rachel and make Craig act like his old self. Why is it that her parents have to be such a pain. There has to be a way to make life normal again.

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