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When Kristen Boone leaves Ashton, Idaho, to attend school at UCLA, she plans to pursue a career in theater and dance. But her plans are derailed when she meets Chad Nieteri, a wealthy, carefree, California boy who is intrigued by Kristen's wholesome Mormon values and begins dating her. What Kristen doesn't know is that Chad is also the leader of a gang of young men who support their extravagant lifestyles by impersonating police officers and stealing from illegal drug manufactures and dealers. When Kristen learns the truth about Chad and his friends, Chad sets out to silence her! Readers discover along with Kristen what true friendship means, and why the only way to find safety and real joy in today's world is to live the gospel.
- Published: April 2005
- Pages: 208
About the Author
Jack Weyland received a bachelor’s degree from Montana State University and a Ph.D. from BYU. He teaches physics at Brigham Young UniversityIdaho, where he is also known for his saxophone playing and wry sense of humor. He and his wife, Sheryl, have five children and live in Rexburg, Idaho.
Weyland does it again!
by Tricia - reviewed on October 28, 2008
I have read every one of his books and this one was way different. I was not expecting such a suspenseful novel! Wow! I could not put it down! This is an incredible read! You MUST add this one to your Jack Weyland library!
Great book for all LDS youth and adults!!
by Ronda - reviewed on July 28, 2005
This is one of my favorite Weyland books. Then again all of his books are my favorite. You just can't put them down.
by Customer - reviewed on September 29, 2007
book was AWESOME...kept me interested all the way through til the end
by Amy - reviewed on June 15, 2008
OH MY GOSH!! I read this book in less than 24 hours! I got addicted to it and couldn't put it down. That is a big compliment coming from a teenager... I really recommend this book to anyone...it has good lessons and a good story!
I liked the "realness"!
by Customer - reviewed on September 22, 2008
It was so amazing to see that Jack Weyland has written a book about things that could actually happen. Usually I read books that are just a story that is good for the characters but not in real life it seems, at least to me anyway. I loved watching Kristen grow and learn.
by Customer - reviewed on December 26, 2009
I really enjoyed reading this book