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When Aubree Stewart answers her cell phone on the way to work one day, she isn’t prepared for her life to change. Someone dialed a wrong number, a simple mistake. But the call changes everything when Aubree overhears information about the murder of a government official. Now she must run for her life as the caller tries to eliminate her.
Aubree is placed in the witness protection program, but when the FBI’s protection fails, she heads out on her own. She soon realizes she’ll never stop running until she can solve the mystery behind the wrong number. Unable to trust anyone but herself, she’s cautious about accepting the help of a Park Ranger named Wyatt Erickson. As she struggles to keep herself hidden from the enemy, she finds it harder to protect her heart.
Rachelle J. Christensen was born and raised in a small farming town in Idaho. She says of herself, “I’m a dirt between the toes, irrigation boot-wearing, ponytail flipping in the wind as I drive the 4-wheeler FARM girl all the way!”
Currently living in Utah County, Rachelle and her husband, Steve, have three wonderful kids–2 girls and one boy. She graduated from Utah State University.
In addition to writing, Rachelle loves to read, run, crochet and knit, play volleyball, sing, play the piano, and cook.
Rachelle’s next book, Lost Children: Coping with Miscarriage for Latter-day Saints, will be released in May 2010.
This is NOT your typical romance novel.
Sarah Howard’s first year at the university is everything and nothing she expected—especially when a very cute boy named Ben in her Art History class starts to show interest in her.
Sarah feels like she’s an average, normal, everyday girl. So, when Ben (to whom she secretly refers as Adonis because she thinks he could be a Greek god) begins to take interest in her, Sarah is in denial. For one thing, last year she was deeply crushed and humiliated by “Jesse James”—a guy who she thought liked her. She’s determined not to get burned again. But in her heart of hearts, what she really wants is a Jane Austen kind of romance.
Ridiculous, right? That kind of romance doesn’t exist anymore . . . or does it? Sarah is smart and fun to be around and even pretty, despite her Medusa-like red curls. She even plays the guitar. (So does Ben!) Yes, Sarah is everything Ben has wanted. He’s crazy for her, but Sarah is just not getting it. She’s playing hard to get, and if she’s not careful, she’s going to lose a real “hot” gentleman—her 21st-century Mr. Darcy.
Becca Wilhite says: I’m a writer, and a reader, but mostly a family girl. I have a near-perfect husband and four above-average kids.
Kids literature is my favorite. I have a published novel, “Bright Blue Miracle” written for the “clean teen” market. It’s a family story – about step-twins. (What? You’ve never heard that word? Possibly because I recently made it up.)
I love reading great books. Even though all my kids can read, we still read aloud together, because we think it’s fun. And helpful, and it means we always have things to talk about.
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