Kisrie Kelly's worst enemy Wendy Wetz has disappeared. On any other day it would be a good thing--she'd throw a parade and dance in the street--but Kiz's little sister has vanished as well, leaving most to believe the girls are in the hands of bad people. Determined to bring her sister home, she knows the first forty-eight hours are the most critical--at least that's what she knows from reading suspense novels.
Soon Kisrie takes matters into her own hands with the help of her color guard friends. She'll do anything to get her annoying sister back, even if it means spending a night in jail and worse yet, bringing Wendy home too. But she soon finds herself face to face with way more than she bargained for--the evil world of human trafficking. Her family's worst nightmare has the power to bring them together or blow them all apart.
Darcie J. Gudger served on faculty at the Colorado Christian Writer's Conference and is in the process of writing her second book, Catch. Darcie has fifteen years experience as a competitive color guard director and was on staff of a WGI Semi-Finalist team, Malachi Independent. Darcie lives near Casper, WY with her husband, son, dog and blob. If not at her desk, she's likely to be found stalking moose, bison or antelope and considers coffee a form of currency. Darcie has a B.A. in psychology from Houghton College in NY and a M.A. in special education from the University of Colorado, Denver. Website: www.darciejgudger.com