Following a stalking incident, Livvy Fischer's life has become derailed. Having sung for audiences since she was a child, the classically trained opera soprano is now terrified to sing publicly. Stuck in a dead-end job, she musters the courage to audition for Opera San Jose. Though she starts strong, the audition is a disaster. She decides to begin with a smaller goal-she'll try singing at her church. Partly due to a mix-up, partly to her crush on the young pastor leading the outreach, Livvy joins a worship team bound for the chapel at San Quentin. When a riot breaks out, she is separated from her pastor and the rest of her church group, sheltered by a Christian inmate. Though the plan is to keep hidden and ride out the storm, Livvy becomes the obsession of a serial killer. Livvy must rely upon God, find her own courage, and trust a small cadre of protectors as she flees the hunter, escapes burning buildings, and hatches schemes to get herself and the others rescued. Yet, through all of the uncertainty and danger, the biggest surprise Livvy encounters is her feelings for her inmate rescuer.
|Publisher:||Cross & Dot Editorial and Publishing Services|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.77(d)|
About the Author
Award-winning writer Katie Vorreiter is also a freelance copy editor. She makes her home in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, two children rapidly morphing into young adults, and an incomparably adorable cockapoo.
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No Turning Back based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is a page-turner. As romantic suspense, inspirational-style, this one could raise your hair and keep you up all night. Livvy Fischer thought she was traumatized by a stalker who ruined her singing career, but that was nothing compared to what she was about to go through: A prison riot, with herself as the special target of a serial rapist/killer. She goes to the prison with serious misgivings, but the cute pastor (Lucas) wants to sit by her on the bus. How could she say no? If she'd known what was coming up, though, "no" would be definite. She's trying to sing with the worship bunch in the prison chapel when all h---, um, really bad stuff begins to happen. If it weren't for the few good guys, truly converted Christians, especially Tobin, she'd have died and worse at the hands of Gant, an instigator of the riot and said serial rapist/killer, before you could shake a lamb's tail. Even so, will those too few good guys be enough against the thousands of madmen? Need I say it? You really, really have to grab this book quick. I was given a free copy of this book by the author in return for an honest review.