April Henry's website: Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder is asleep in the back of her mom's car when it's stolen from the pharmacy parking lot. Cheyenne is not only sick with pneumonia—she's also blind. Griffin, the teenager who was stealing packages out of parked cars, hadn't meant to kidnap her; he just impulsively stole the car with her in it. But once Griffin's dad finds out that Cheyenne's father is the president of Nike, everything changes—now there's a reason to keep her. Will Cheyenne be able to survive this harrowing ordeal and escape? And if so, at what price?Here's a bit about the book from
This is one of the books in The Contemps Challenge. Wow, holy super suspensful Bookies! I read this book quickly (1 day) because it was so on the edge of your seat amazing. Cheyenne is this strong, centered character. She's been through so much adversity and come out the other side. Will she make it through this inadvertent kidnapping?
Every chapter ended in a place that you simply had to turn the page and read more. This book spoke to the depths of the dark side of humanity. However, it also spoke of personal strength and the resiliance of the human spirit. How even amongst all the darkness, there can live someone with a good spirit.
Go check it out! I'm giving it 4 big super kisses! **By the way, tune in tomorrow to read my interview with the author of Hope In Patience, Beth Fehlbaum. I hope to see you there.