Rebecca Green Gasper is an author, speaker, and photographer. Before becoming a writer, she was a high school special education teacher, working primarily with teens with emotional disabilities. She also worked as a coach and tutor. Rebecca grew up in the mountains of Colorado. She now lives outside of Denver with her husband and two children.
When college student Harley Jenkins finds out she’s on probation with her university for something her roommate has done, she decides to distract herself with the mysterious death of a local girl by hiding out in small spaces even though she’s claustrophobic. Will Harley be able to solve the mystery before it takes the lives of more girls, or will she be forced to focus on her own problem?
When seventeen year old Caton finds himself in a juvenile correctional center and is faced with a transfer to adult court, he quickly learns how fast others are to judge him solely on his home life, his mother, and the neighborhood he grew up in. He knows he's been wronged, but will anyone believe him or is he in this alone?
When seventeen year old Brooke Myers’ finds herself falling for the boy who saved her from a burning building the night of homecoming, she is forced to reevaluate her relationship with her abusive boyfriend and face the ghosts in her past.