Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Book Review: Wrong Number

I just finished reading Rachelle Christensen's debut novel, Wrong Number. It was a suspense novel about a young woman, pregnant with her first child, who recieved a wrong number phone call on her husband's cell phone by accident. In that phone call, because she was distracted while driving and couldn't respond, the caller unloaded some information about a dead body and where he stached it before the caller realized he had called the wrong number and hung up. In an effort to cover his tracks, the caller killed the woman's husband and then went after her. She had to enter the FBI witness protection program, but when that proved insufficient to keep her and her new baby safe, she resorted to her own ingenuity. In that process, I as a reader was taken on an exciting ride of suspense and romance that I thoroughly enjoyed. Though her writing is not as polished as a seasoned author, the story made up for it and I was able to overlook the excess of gerunds and fall into the story.
Check out Rachelles blog at http://www.rachellewrites.blogspot.com/
or her website at http://www.rachellechristensen.com/


  1. Wow! I like all of your book reviews a lot. I feel like I haven't had much time to read lately and it's disappointing. That's for keeping me at least thinking about reading a good book!