Book Review: Wrong Number by Rachelle Christensen

Title: Wrong Number

Author: Rachelle J. Christensen
Series: No but one of the characters is in Rachelle’s next book Caller I.D. 
Publisher: Bonneville Books
Released: March 1, 2010

Book Summary:

One mysterious phone call that’s all it takes to turn Aubree’s perfect life completely upside down. Without warning, the seams of her idyllic existence begin to unravel, and with each new shocking revelation, Aubree finds she knows far more than is good for her. With help from the FBI, Aubree races to protect herself and what’s left of her family. The only thing she forgets to protect is her own heart.
This award-winning debut novel from Rachelle Christensen is impossible to put down and keeps you guessing with every page you turn. It’s a chillingly good read that will have you jumping whenever the phone rings.

I guess I’m more of a fan of mystery/suspense novels than I first thought.  When I finished reading Rachelle’s book Caller I.D. I headed to the library to get a copy of her first book Wrong Number.  Although not really a series there is one character who crosses over from Wrong Number into Caller I.D.
Wrong Number was full of twists, turns and suspense with a little romance mixed in.  It was one of those quick-easy reads that held my interest and I easily finished in one day.

Recommend to those who enjoy clean suspense/mystery novels (with a sprinkling of romance thrown in).

Rating: 4 Stars – Great Book
Content: Clean

Source: From Library