It's time for the girls-only annual getaway, and the ladies are looking forward to a fun-filled, relaxing trip -- with good food, drinks, shopping, and lots of late-night conversation. But DeMaris wants to shake things up a bit. She informs her friends that she would like them to assume new identities. For the entire time they're together, they can be anybody they like. What can possibly go wrong?
DeMaris. Just having her along is a recipe for disaster, meaning it's another vacation that lands the girls exactly where they don't want to be . . . in trouble once again.
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About the Author
J. R. Armstrong was born and raised in southeast Michigan (where Owe It To The Wind takes place). She has a B.A. from Olivet College.
Owe It To The Wind and Truly, Everything the sequel were written in 11 cities on two continents, including a Caribbean Island as the author traveled with her husband who worked in professional baseball.
The two live near Lansing, Michigan and have four children, a dog and four cats.