Lance Morris, a young man on the run from himself and his religion, finds himself in Magna, Utah, without a car, without a job, and without a friend in the world. Soon he finds himself hiding from even more than his painful upbringing. Lance's impulsive behavior thrusts him into a dangerous situation. to make matters worse, he inadvertently drags his roommate's quirky sister into the mess. Minding her own business has never been Enin Woodson's strong suit, so when a new guy shows up at her brother's house, she's all about making sure he doesn't do anything to negatively influence her less-active brother. at least that's what she means to do until her plan goes awry and she alienates her brother even more. Despite their agendas, Enin and Lance soon discover that when the going gets tough, even the tough do better as a team. Reviews - Fast-paced excitement and suspense will keep you turning the pages in Melissa Aylstock's new book, 80 Miles from Nowhere. Intrigue blends with important gospel principles to make this book a compelling read. - Cheri Crane, author of Moment of Truth 80 Miles from Nowhere just reached 3rd on our bestseller's list today. It's a great book! I read it in one day. - Karen, California Bookstore OwnerWhistling, he pulled a box of Frosted Flakes off the top of the old Kenmore. Clean, mismatched bowls and silverware were on a towel next to the sink. aquot;So I was thinking if we took the tranny apart, maybe we could get the stuff to fix it ourselves , aquot;anbsp;...
|Title||:||80 Miles from Nowhere|
|Publisher||:||Cedar Fort - 2006|