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by Debra Ullrick

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... if only she had listened...

After a near fatal accident in the Colorado wilderness, Jasmine Moore suffers during the harsh Steamboat Springs winters. Unable to socialize because of pain, she goes online in hopes of finding some new friends to fill the void the long, lonely winters bring. A budding online friendship develops, and soon, Jasmine finds herself in


... if only she had listened...

After a near fatal accident in the Colorado wilderness, Jasmine Moore suffers during the harsh Steamboat Springs winters. Unable to socialize because of pain, she goes online in hopes of finding some new friends to fill the void the long, lonely winters bring. A budding online friendship develops, and soon, Jasmine finds herself in danger.
Jackson Warren is in love with Jasmine and has been for years. When he discovers she's talking to strangers on the Internet, a sick feeling fills his stomach. Something's not right with the way Jasmine is acting, but she won't listen to his concerns. Can he convince her to give up her online relationship before it's too late?

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Sweet Impressions Publishing
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5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Debra Ullrick is an award-winning Christian romance author. In addition to multiple full-length novels, her stories have been featured in several novella collections, one of which made the New York Times bestseller�s list. Debra is happily married to her wonderful, hunky-cowboy husband of forty years, and has one married daughter. For over twenty-five years, she and her husband lived and worked on cattle ranches in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. The last ranch they lived on, her husband had the pleasure of working with a famous movie star and her screenwriter husband who are property owners there. Some of Debra's favorite things are animals, classic cars, mud-bog racing, and monster trucks. When Debra's not writing, she's reading, feeding wild birds, or watching Jane Austen movies, COPS, Bachelor/Bachelorette, or Castle.

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FOREWARNED 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
DebraCollins More than 1 year ago
Well, Debra Ullrick has done it once again. This book was AWESOME! I was hanging on the edge of my seat with each turn of the page. I was completely caught up, and swept away in this captivating story. Once I started reading this book, I could not put it down. Have you ever wondered if you should do something when you had a feeling not to do it, and you did it anyways? Well, after reading FOREWARNED, it will certainly make you think twice about doing it again. What a fantastic read. Loved it, loved it, loved it!!!
Savurbks More than 1 year ago
SUMMARY: Lonely in the winter months, Jasmine turns to finding social interaction online. When her friends warn her of potential danger, she does not heed their warnings. Her best friend, Jack, attempts to protect Jasmine from danger even after she refuses his help. Although forewarned, Jasmine enters a most dangerous situation… A PENNY FOR MY THOUGHTS: The novel’s plot keeps the pages turning due to the author alluding to the coming danger. The author’s excellent technique of balancing intense and peaceful moments makes for a thrilling read. The novel explores the potential dangers of the internet which provides an excellent opportunity to use the book as a learning tool. The book has the ability to serve as a great read for both parent and student as the book forewarns readers without alarming them. MY RATING: 4 (out of 5) pennies *I received a complimentary copy of Forewarned from Crossreads and Debra Ullrick in exchange for my honest review*
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Edge of your seat suspense! Loved it!
dgottreu More than 1 year ago
Forewarned by Debra Ullrick is a wonderful, suspenseful book that kept me on the edge of my chair and chewing on a fingernail. Jasmine Moore lives in Steamboat Springs, Colorado but due to a near fatal accident, she can no longer stand the frigid cold of the winters in the area. Jack Warren has been Jasmine’s friend since they were young children. He has been in love with Jasmine for years and wants only to marry her and love her for the rest of their lives but she has a problem with trust even though she wants the same thing. Because the cold is so painful for Jasmine, she spends most of her time inside which leads to boredom. She decides to start chatting with friends online and connects with a man with the screen name of Simonrapport who sounds like every woman’s dream. Jack warns her about chatting with men online and even though she has slight feelings of danger, Jasmine continues to chat with Simon and soon finds herself in great danger. The plot of the story was very well done and all the twists and turns in the action kept me guessing from page to page and I found it almost impossible to put the book down when I needed to do something other than read. All the characters were expertly developed and their dialogue was well written and easy to follow which made for an easy read. The realistic descriptions of the scenery had me feeling the cold of the snow and the joy of walking in the woods. The story was quite inspiring and without being critical or preachy, the author revealed that online chatting with strangers can lead to danger. Except for the bad guys, all the characters in the story showed by their daily living that God played a very important part in their lives. Jasmine and Jack were often praying for guidance and protection and God provided for their needs. I very highly recommend this book to everyone who likes a story with a heart touching romance and lots of suspense to keep you guessing to the very end. Thank you to Debra Ullrick, the author, for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was totally caught up in this book--love, trust, faith, danger, and a lesson in heeding the leading of the Holy Spirit. 'Didn' t want it to end. Great read. Highly recommend!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I did not care for this book. The 'I love her, but does she love me/ I love him, but I'm afraid to tell him' story line was repetitive and boring. The only redeeming feature was how the author revealed the potential danger of the internet and how easily one can share too much personal information.  For that reason alone I may recommend this book to teenagers. I was NOT receive a copy from the author in exchange for my review. Unfortunately I paid for it.     
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok read stiff writing fair plot
Angelian More than 1 year ago
I told my kids that all the time. (If you have to hide it, you know you shouldn't be doing it.) I liked this book a lot- the internet poses a lot of dangers, that are often ignored. Each time Jazzy innocently gave out just a tad of information, thinking it was just an innocent piece of information, I cringed. It's TOO easy to put all those pieces together, and someone looking to harm you- it doesn't take long...Then there are the times the Holy Spirit talks to us, and that is ignored. This book engaged you and you keep pushing until you can be sure that everything turns out okay.
Cindi_A More than 1 year ago
Jasmine Moore lives in Steamboat Springs where the winters are harsh and bitter cold. Due to an accident she can no longer handle the cold. She wants to move to her grandfather's lake cabin in the south and also to get away from her overprotective sisters. If she moves she will not only leave her sisters behind but Jack, her longtime friend. Because Jasmine is cooped up for so many months in her home, she decides to make some friends via the internet. In doing so, she puts herself in danger. Can Jasmine find the friends she is looking for? Are the worries that her sisters and Jack have, unsubstantiated? Are Jasmine's choices what she wants or what God wants? I enjoyed this story and really hoped that it would be one that was too far fetched, but in reality it isn't. We all need to be more cautious with our decisions and the information that we reveal to others. Ullrick writes a great mystery romance. Her writing talent shows with each chapter that is written. This was a quick, easy read that kept you wondering throughout the book. I give this 4.5 stars I received a copy of Forewarned from the author in exchange for an honest review.