Book Reviews of Wrong Turn: The Message / Missing Molly

Wrong Turn: The Message / Missing Molly
Wrong Turn The Message / Missing Molly
Author: Janice Kay Johnson, Stella Cameron
ISBN-13: 9780373835560
ISBN-10: 0373835566
Publication Date: 5/1/2003
Pages: 592
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Every decision counts.....even the wrong ones. A missed bus....a chance meeting.....a wrong turn. This book has 2 stories ....first one called: The Message by Stella Cameron ....For Page Linstrom work is life. She is determined to succeed on her own, which means she doesn't have time for anything else, especially not men. But it's work that has her meeting Ian Faber - a man who won't take no for an answer - at two in the morning. And it's work that ends up endangering her life.... The second book is called: Missing Molly by Janice Kay Johnson......Twelve years ago, one bad decision ruined Nora's life. She lost everything - her best friend, her boyfriend, her future. Now, for the first time since that awful night, she's coming home. She doesn't expect understanding or even forgiveness from anyone - - least of all Rob Sumner, the man she once thought she'd love forever. Nora's hoping to find peace.....what she gets is a second chance. Two good stories in one book !!!
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Twelve years ago, one bad decision ruine Nora's life. She lost everything-her best friend, her boyfriend, her future. Now, for the first time since that awful night, she's coming home. she doesn't expect understanding or forgiveness from anyone-least of all Rob Summer, the man she once thought she'd love forever. Nora's hoping to find peace. Wha she gets is a second chance.
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thought provoking. good read for teenagers