Catch

Catch

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by Michelle D. Argyle
     
 

**Catch is a novella. It will take most readers 1 or 2 hours to read.**

When eighteen-year-old Miranda chases a purse snatcher on the Las Vegas Strip, the last thing she expects is for the pursuit to turn into an extended game of hide-and-seek. All Miranda wants are the old black and white photographs buried at the bottom of her purse. They’re the only

Overview

**Catch is a novella. It will take most readers 1 or 2 hours to read.**

When eighteen-year-old Miranda chases a purse snatcher on the Las Vegas Strip, the last thing she expects is for the pursuit to turn into an extended game of hide-and-seek. All Miranda wants are the old black and white photographs buried at the bottom of her purse. They’re the only things she has left of the grandmother she never knew. But how much is she willing to put on the line to save them? And is it possible she’s falling in love with a thief?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045306461
Publisher:
Michelle D. Argyle
Publication date:
09/24/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
144,270
File size:
540 KB
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

Michelle lives and writes in Utah, surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. She adores cheese, chocolate, sushi, and lots of ethnic food, and loves to read and write books in the time she grabs between her sword-wielding husband and energetic daughter. She believes a simple life is the best life.

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Catch 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SabrinaNedeleaSN More than 1 year ago
I received this book in exchange for my honest review. Thank you Itching for Books for letting me a part for another great tour! What started as a simple, short read, turned into a magnificent book, with a wonderful story. Michelle D. Argyle knows her writing skills, knows who to make a character loveable. From my point of view, it’s a hard thing to accomplish, especially in such a short story. But, she managed to do it and in an excellent way. What looked like a simple thief story, turned into a love one. Loved it from top to bottom! Miranda leaves for a vacation in Las Vegas with her family, and she has been put by her mother to recreate some photos her grandmother once did in that town. Miranda takes her younger sister along, trying to redo the old black and white photographs her granny do, because she has the feeling this way maybe she is going to know her better. These are the only things she has from her, she never knew her, and she keeps the photos in the bottom of her purse. After taking one shot, a thief named Ollie steals her bag with the photos and everything she had in there. So she does everything possible to get them back. Miranda tries to catch Ollie, runs after him, but he is much faster than her. Her cranky sister comes up with an idea to call the thief on Miranda’s phone. The unexpected thing it’s Ollie answers her phone, and that’s when everything changes. You have to give the book a try, it’s way too good to not give it a chance. I loved the game of hide and seek the two characters did, I loved how Michelle turned the story into a way I couldn’t imagined. I’ve never read something like this and I liked it. A brand new idea! Can’t wait to read more about Michelle D. Argyle! I highly recommend this book!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Michelle Argyle had me hooked since the beginning. Definitely one of the best books I've ever read.
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Mary_Waibel More than 1 year ago
A fun, quick read. Perfect length for a busy day. Imagine being on vacation in Las Vegas, touring the city, and having your purse snatched. What would you do? For Miranda, the answer was simple. She tried to chase down the snatcher. But that's just the beginning. As I read CATCH, I kept telling Miranda her ideas were a bad thing, while at the same time urging her to make the choice I wouldn't just to see what would happen. Ms. Argyle kept me turning pages, hoping things would turn out the way I wanted.