Happy New Year!
And here to celebrate is a new post.
Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder is sleeping in the back of the car while her stepmom fills a prescription for antibiotics. Before Cheyenne realizes what’s happening, the car is being stolen.
Griffin hadn’t meant to kidnap Cheyenne, and once he finds out that not only does she have pneumonia but that she’s blind, he really doesn’t know what to do. When his dad finds out that Cheyenne’s father is the president of a powerful corporation, everything changes – now there’s a reason to keep her.
This book is a two-for-one; it ties into my list of books about blindness and my new list of books written by another favorite author, April Henry.
Cheyenne wasn’t born blind. She lost her sight in a freak accident. When Cheyenne was kidnapped, she hadn’t been blind for long and was still getting used to it. The thing I loved most about Cheyenne is that she didn’t stay down and quit. Many girls in her situation probably would have, but she stayed strong. I mean, it’s already scary enough to be kidnapped. It is even more difficult when you have pneumonia and can’t see.
I read somewhere that April Henry plans on writing a sequel to ‘Girl, Stolen’ sometime in 2017, and I hope to review it.