Book Review for "Wrong Number"

Tidmore did the job, and the body is hidden in the manhole on 32nd Street, like we talked about. ~ From Wrong Number by Rachelle J. Christensen.

Blurb from the Jacket of Wrong Number

When Aubree Stewart receives a mysterious phone call on her way to work, she doesn't know what to think when the caller mentions a dead body. At first she assumes it's some kind of prank. But the call isn't a practical joke, and Aubree soon finds herself swept up in a world of danger, intrigue, and murder. With help from the FBI, Aubree races to protect herself and what's left of her family, but the one thing she forgets to protect is her own heart.

How long can she run? How long can she hide? And how will she discover who is chasing her?

What Other People are Saying about Wrong Number

"A gripping plot that revs its engines on page one, accelerates with each new chapter, and doesn't come to a stop until you close the book at its satisfying conclusion."

ToriAnn Perkey, editor.

"Rachelle Christensen has penned an exciting novel that will hook readers from the accidental discovery of a dead body to the thrilling and unexpected climax, with lots of twists and turns along the way. Don't expect to get a lot of sleep with this one. If the thrills of the chase don't get you, the thrills of the heart will. An excellent debut. I'll be looking for more by this author."

Jeffrey S Savage, author of the Shandra Covington mystery series and the FarWorld fantasy series.

My Opinion of Wrong Number

Wrong Number is a fast-paced, romantic suspense novel that kept me on the edge of my seat. When the main character, Aubree, receives a wrong number call on the cell phone, she ultimately ends up running for her life, no longer sure of whom she can trust.

The author, Rachelle Christensen, managed to warm my heart with romance one minute, and chill it with worry the next. The book was a page turner, and I must say that one scene, in an ice cave, almost caused me to pace the floor in anxiety. Wrong Number is a must read for those who love having romance in their suspense novels—a five-star, clean and yet exciting, love story.

The book is available at Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and other books stores.

About the Author

Rachelle J. Christensen was born and raised in a small farming town in Idaho. She graduated cum laude from Utah State University with a bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in music.

Rachelle loves spending time with her family and writing every minute she can. She also enjoys singing and songwriting, playing the piano, running, motivational speaking, and of course reading.

Her books include a romantic suspense novel, Wrong Number, and a nonfiction book, Lost Children: Coping with Miscarriage.

Rachelle is enjoying all the opportunities to be a social butterfly. You can follow her on Twitter at twitter.com/rachellewrites and check out her potpourri of postings on her blog:www.rachellewrites.blogspot.com and www.copingwithmiscarriage.blogspot.com.

[Disclosure: Although I do know the author and received a review copy of the book, I wasn’t compensated otherwise.. My opinions about the book are my own.]

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Slamdunk said...

Nice review.

I like the disclaimer as well in that I know if I wrote a lousy book and sent it to you for free, you would not be able to write a post offer praise for the work--it might give you some comic fodder though.

Rachelle said...

Hey, thanks for the great review! I appreciate you! :)

Oz Girl said...

Sounds like a great read, and I like the fact that it's "...clean and yet exciting..."