Working Through the Weekend

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When their oldest child calls to let Nate know that their youngest daughter is missing in Alaska, Avery and Nate, with a few friends, drop everything to rush to save her. Will they make it in time? What secrets does the tiny town in Alaska hold? It's all anybody's guess, but it means they’ll be working through the weekend. More
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About Amber Lynn

I love books. Until recently, I kept to just reading them, but ideas for characters and scenes took control of my mind and made me have to get those ideas down. I have been writing for about a year and have really enjoyed working out the process of taking my ideas and forming new worlds for others to enjoy.

This whole writing thing is still a hobby for me. I sit down on weeknights and weekends and just float over to my other worlds for a while. Other hobbies of mine include: drawing, baking, arts and crafts, motorcycles, hockey, and archery. I like to think I have eclectic tastes where my hobbies are concerned. I love to laugh and try to at least make myself smile once a day. With the crazy thoughts going on in my head that usually isn't hard.

About the Series: Avery Clavens
Avery Clavens thought her life was normal, but she's about to travel down a road that leads her to find out normal is the exact opposite of what her life really is.

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Review by: F zahia on Jan. 22, 2015 :
Waiting to read d next in series....a very interesting plot
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Review by: adanma ude on Nov. 25, 2014 :
I was so excited when I saw this book and I wasn't disappointed when I read it. It gets more interesting and the group keeps increasing. I know I'm going to be kind of sad when the series end but I can't wait for Avery and Nate's wedding. I'm definitely looking forward to reading the next book and hopefully it will come early like the others. Great work Amber.
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