Loren Lagier


Loren Lagier is a former school teacher. She fell in love with children’s books when she was a stay at home mom. She immensely enjoyed reading books to her children and harbored a dream of one day writing one for the enjoyment of her own family and friends. Inspired by a friend and fellow author, she decided to publish her first book Chased.


Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 17,060. Language: English. Published: July 28, 2011. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
David, Laurel, Kara, Scarlet, Tony and Joey lived an ordinary life until something extraordinary happened to the six of them. Because of their connection, they experienced a phenomenon so bizarre they didn’t want to tell anybody else about it. Not even their parents.Will they ever tell their parents about their unusual phenomenon? Will they ever stop being chased?

Loren Lagier’s tag cloud

adventure    chase    chased    children    christian    connection    friends    friendship    grandmother    jesus    lesson    lightning    linked    nightmare    phenomenon    prayer    wisdom   

Smashwords book reviews by Loren Lagier

  • A Fine Line (Contemporary Beach Romance) on April 30, 2011

    This wasn't your typical romance! I loved the story. I read it in one evening. It had great characters. It made me laugh every time I read the words "I hate you Dickie Warren!"
  • Mariner's Cove (Contemporary Beach Romance) on June 04, 2011

    I really enjoyed this book. There is a definite twist to the story which I loved. I also loved the setting of the book. I connected to the main character of the story because she was real. She is a real woman with real problems that must be over come despite what life throws at her. She is not your typical plastic beauty. I highly recommend this book.
  • A Skeleton at Her Door (Halloween/Fall Romance) on Sep. 20, 2011
    (no rating)
    This was a wonderful story about a young woman who was making it on her own with her young daughter. She meets Tom, the skeleton and the father of two teens, by accident. They both have to learn to trust again. It's the perfect length for a bedtime read and a very positive story. Loren Lagier