by: Cathi Stevenson of Book Cover Express
Seventeen-year-old Rebecca Hales tries not to worry. Probably a wrong number.
Not really meant for her, and definitely not related to the crime she witnessed
six years ago. Right?
away, a bomb goes off in her best friend’s locker. Soon Ryan is labeled a
terrorist and runs to the safest place he knows—Rebecca’s house in small-town
Wyoming. It doesn’t take long for the FBI to show up asking questions. Rebecca
lies, of course, and says she hasn’t seen him.
neck-deep in it with him, whatever “it” is. The only way out is to
return to Vegas, where Ryan is a wanted man. The city of lies and illusion puts
Rebecca’s small-town wits to the test as she struggles to find the person who
framed Ryan and why.
text linked to the bombing? And what does it have to do with a six year old
murder? Rebecca needs to find out before she loses Ryan—and her own life.
Washington. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in English teaching from
Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and taught high school English for six
Michelle loves Pepsi and Doritos more than chocolate. She loves summertime and
hates to be cold. She has had three near-death experiences. She’s addicted to
office supplies and has an irrationally large stash of pens and notebooks.