Caller ID

Caller ID

by Rachelle J. Christensen


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Caller ID by Rachelle J. Christensen

When twenty-three-year-old Courtney Beckham is abducted near her home, the search turns up more than just a kidnapping crime. FBI agent Jason Edwards investigates the ten-million-dollar ransom and stumbles upon something he wasn't meant to find. And when Courtney catches a glimpse of the caller ID in her kidnapper's home, what she sees turns her world upside down.

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ISBN-13: 9781599559902
Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
Publication date: 03/13/2012
Pages: 263
Product dimensions: 6.06(w) x 9.94(h) x 0.66(d)

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Caller Id 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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VanBeek More than 1 year ago
This was a really good book, it was just enough suspense and a good twist to the plot.
dancin-debbie More than 1 year ago
Caller ID By Rachelle Christensen is a fast paced edge of your seat suspense romance. It starts with a bang and keeps you turning pages to see what happens next. Book Blurb: When twenty-three-year-old Courtney Beckham is abducted near her home, the search turns up more than just a kidnapping crime. FBI agent Jason Edwards investigates the ten-million-dollar ransom and stumbles upon something he wasn't meant to find. When Courtney catches a glimpse of the caller ID in her kidnapper's home, what she sees turns her world upside down. Even if she escapes her captors, something much more dangerous lies ahead. My take I fell under Rachelle's spell right away as I read Caller Id. I found every chance I could to read this book. It was fun, fast paced and cleverly plotted. The writing was solid and the character Arcs well developed. I will admit that I was disappointed when I found out who the kidnapper was so soon into the story, and thought for a minute "well that stinks, now I know who the bad guy is". But curiosity won out when I wondered how in the world would things play out when both I and the main character knew who was behind the kidnapping. And what would happen to Courtney now? How far would the kidnapper go to keep their secret underwraps? Little did I realize that Rachelle used this as a tease, to lull me into thinking I knew the ending. Boy was I wrong! Caller ID twists and turns and just when you think you know how it is going to end, you find out how very wrong you were. I was completely caught up in Courtney's world and found myself wondering what she would do next. I thought the emotional roller coaster she experienced really made you understand her so much better as she worked through being seen as just another pretty face when she puts strategy and determination and pure guts on the line to find safety in her world once again. I loved how FBI agent Jason Edwards also plays an important roll in his investigation into Courtney's disappearance. He is willing to find out who she really is and uses that information to help him trust his gut feelings. When they meet up, sparks fly and sweet romance ensues that leaves you feeling warm all over. I truly didn't want this story to end. Rachelle's writing is so clearly mapped, her words invoke vivid images in your mind that you find you don't want to stop reading. You are pulled deep into the dealings of drug lords and ruthless killers and find yourself unsure of how it will end as your heart races along with Courtney's. You feel like you know both Courtney and Jason. I loved reading Caller Id. I know that anyone else who picks it up will feel the same way. The plotting, twists and turns, and unexpected surprises along the way that will have you biting your nails in anticipation are not to be missed. I would highly recommend this book for ages 11 on up. This is a clean read full of great adventure. Don't miss out get your copy of Calle
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this novel. The plot moves quickly with many twists and turns as the reader follows Courtney after she finds herself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Kidnapped, she's then faced with not only escaping, but bringing the man responsible to justice as well.
l_manning More than 1 year ago
Courtney Beckham leads a privileged life, and she knows it. She is beautiful and rich. Everything changes one day when she is on a horseback ride. She soon discovers a secret being hidden in the beautiful mountains next to her home. This secret causes her life to be put in peril when she is kidnapped. Now Courtney must try and find a way to stay safe and alive. Things become very complicated though, and now Courtney wonders if she will ever be able to get out of this mess. It will take everything Courtney has to survive this ordeal, but dealing with the aftermath may be even harder. This was a mysterious and thrilling read. I thought I knew exactly where the story was going, but things got twisted and turned around several times. I like when a story can surprise you. Courtney was a great character. At first I thought she seemed a bit spoiled, but she proved me wrong. I also cannot blame her for being attracted to the hunky FBI agent trying to help her out, Jason. They made a good team. As I said before, there were several things I didn't see coming, and I am usually pretty good at guessing what will happen. There was a twist at the end that particularly caught me by surprise. It helped to make for a very satisfying ending. Fans of mysteries and suspense will enjoy this book. It wastes no time getting to the action, and then the action doesn't stop until the end. The book was also very fast-paced, so it is able to keep your interest very well. I don't know if I'd read it at night though; it has aspects of a thriller. I definitely worried about Courtney's safety. It is a quick read though, and one which many people will enjoy. Book provided for review.
Candace-LoveyDoveyBooks More than 1 year ago
Reading Caller ID certainly made me feel like I was watching an episode of Criminal Minds or some other crime show. I sat at the edge of my seat waiting for the next clue or complication. Most times I wanted to shout to the cops what happened to Court and other times I wanted to jump through the book and help them when they hit dead ends. It surprised me, the amount of action in Caller ID. I expected this to be strictly mystery and about solving the crime. There were so many moments of hope where I thought that Court was fine and everything was finished, but something or someone else always came up. I loved that sense of not knowing what to expect. The web of deceit woven into the story line wasn’t complex at all. I could follow and understand what was going on as I read, but I still wasn’t able to put everything together until the end. I was pretty much suspicious of everyone, but always missing some important fact, just like the detectives in the story. Caller ID has a surprising ending with a hint of sweetness. I’d recommend it for anyone who enjoys a good crime novel with a little romance.
BookwormLisa More than 1 year ago
Courntey is a very active young woman. At twenty-three she is an avid runner and loves to spend time outside. Like many women in this age group she has guy trouble. In an effort to clear her mind, she takes her horse out for a ride. She gets too close to the forest and remembers her father's warning to stay away from it. There was an unsolved murder the previous year and he is worried for his only child. Her dog runs into the forest and she has to chase him down. She finds something that she is not supposed to see. This leads to her kidnapping. Enter the police and the FBI. This becomes more than a case of kidnapping. They need to save Courtney and collect evidence of something far more involved and sinister. I have officially become a Rachelle Christensen fan. I read her other book "Wrong Number" and loved it. This book did not disappoint and if anything made me more anxious to read the books that she will write. (It's a wish on my part anyway.) She writes in a very smooth voice. The plot is intricate and enjoyable. There is a little romance interest in this book which I completely love. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
Blooming-with-Books More than 1 year ago
CALLER ID By Rachelle J. Christensen 23 year old Courtney Beckham loves to run and usually does so in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Courtney's life is full with college and working for her dad. But as full as her life is she just can't find the right guy, all the guys she dates don't want to get to know her and are only after action. With her parents planning to take a long week-end, Courtney makes plans for her own week-end now that she has broken up with Sean. Courtney accepts an invitation to go boating with Corbin Whittier on Saturday. But when Courtney decides to go horseback riding before her date her life takes an unexpected turn. When a ransom demand of $10,000,000 comes in with a picture of Courtney in her abused battered condition the FBI is called in and agents Jason Edwards and Pierson are assigned the case. As they investigate something feels off to Jason and he worries that Courtney's kidnapping may be more complex than they realized. When Courtney overhears a phone conversation and recognizes the caller id she is shocked at the betrayal. Courtney makes her escape attempt and to elude her captors she hides in the underbrush for the night. As the FBI tries to put together a case against Courtney's kidnappers they can't find any hard evidence or even the men who grabbed her. Can Jason and Courtney survive long enough to finger the kidnappers or will their fate remain unknown? But what seemed certain is in doubt and who is the true criminal? Caller ID is an exciting thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat and in suspense until the very end. With a touch of romance thrown in for good measure! Caller ID is also a story of self-discovery as Courtney comes to terms of who she really is and why she is the way she is - a book of second chances! I received a Digital ARC of this title from the publisher for the purpose of this review.