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River Girl

By R.E. Whaley

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Pauline thinks she’s going on an ordinary vacation, but instead finds the most thrilling and dangerous adventure of her life…and one very handsome young Marine.

Pauline is supposed to be a new college graduate, but after a very embarrassing incident at college, she leaves school and returns home. She’s also dealing with her younger sister’s suicide. To fulfill her sister’s dream, Pauline goes on a summer rafting trip in the wilderness of British Columbia, Canada, though she’s not as outdoorsy as her sister was.

Once Pauline starts the journey down the river, returning to civilization proves rife with unexpected and treacherous obstacles. She soon finds herself trapped with her river guide, Ellis, a young Marine who harbors his own dark secrets. The pair start off not liking each other.

Things take a turn for the worse when they begin to suspect they are being followed, and Pauline is the target. As they make their way down the river in a race against time, they have to work together to outsmart her potential killers. 

Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released elsewhere. It has been revised and re-edited for re-release with Finch Books.

General Release Date: 22nd March 2016

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Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-78651-756-2
Word Count: 64,315
Language: English
Book Length: NOVEL
Pages: 174
Genres: ACTION AND ADVENTURE
ROMANCE
YOUNG ADULT

About the author
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R.E. Whaley

In addition to writing fiction, R.E. Whaley is also a published poet and an experienced activist. 

You can take a look at R.E.'s Website and follow them on Twitter.

 

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  Reviewed by Crystal's Many Reviewers

I have to say, I really like the set up to this young adult romance. Completely different situation/issues, but it had the feel of Fault in Our Stars without being an ugly cry. Which is a good thing...

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