Love at First Flight by Beth Shriver

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Neely's family trip to Mexico starts out as one last hurrah before college. She's determined to make this her trip, in spite of the fact that her parents are celebrating their twenty-fifth anniversary and that her sister is back from college. But her trip turns into love at first sight with a young man who is attracted to Neely's old-fashioned sentimentalism and love for the disadvantaged people of his country. Another guy, desperate for her attention, stalks her. At first it seems innocent, but his stunts become more serious, even dangerous at times. The worst incident changes her fear into courage, and she forced to take action. Now that Neely has had the trip of her life, she must leave the beautiful beaches of Mexico, a guy she'll never forget, and impoverished people that she's determined to help. How can she leave this all behind?

About Beth Shriver

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Beth Shriver received a degree in social work and psychology from the University of Nebraska. She worked as a case worker for Boulder County Department of Social Services before starting a family. Beth and her husband of twenty years and their two children live in Texas, and she freelances for the local papers in her area as well as writing columns and devotionals for magazines and novels in a variety of genres.
Published March 12, 2009 by The Wild Rose Press. 160 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Romance. Fiction

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