Hanging from the edge of a cliff wasn't the way Andrew Martin planned to start his day. He took a chance setting up his tripod too close to the canyon’s edge and now there he was, praying someone would come to the rescue. Luckily his good friend finds him and they head off to El Tovar for lunch. Andrew isn't done taking chances for the day. He hears about a new girl working at the restaurant. When he meets her, she’s all he can think about. It’s 1927 and the world has certain rules to follow. Does he dare break them to be with the girl of his dreams?
About the Author
Nancy Pennick, author of the Waiting for Dusk series, has been writing nonstop since retiring from teaching. She credits her series, 29, to the originator of Leap Day, basing her story on that distinctive day. Basketball Jones, juvenile fiction, is a story of a boy who just wants to play basketball but has to deal with his longtime bully instead. Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, she resides in Mentor, OH. Nancy is married and has one son.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This prequel tells Andrew and Kate's story and how they met. It is told from Andrew's POV which I found interesting. Usually series like this remain in the female point of view. It fills us in on some of the vague details from Waiting For Dusk. But it is a standalone and doesn't need to be read in order. It can be enjoyed on its own.There is some great adventure in this tale and it starts off with a bang! Pennick's style is flowing and well-paced, endearing her characters to your memory and your heart. Read this short and get hooked on the series.