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What Not to Say When You're Running Away Audiobook

What Not to Say When You're Running Away

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Sara is a second year student at a tiny junior college in Thatcher, Arizona. The summer was a dating disaster, and all she wants is to be back with her close-knit roommates and blend into the background. Little does she know that the small glitch in her plan will come in the form of Matt Constanello, the persistent guy living across the street who just might make her change her mind.

(Author's note: This is an LDS novel, meaning that there will be terms and situations common to members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints/Mormons. Regardless, the book doesn't take itself too seriously and I think it would be a fun read for anyone looking for a PG romance.)

What Not to Say When You're Running Away, by Rachel John
Narrated by Lara Wells
Cover Photo by Tejas Prints Photography

©2013 Rachel John (P)2014 Rachel John

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    This was a fun and entertaining book. I was filled with hope for the younger generation knowing that some young adults still have values and morals.


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