As summer comes to an end, 14-year-old Kat Donoghue and her family board a train home to Brooklyn. What begins as a fun trip soon turns into the most exciting moments of materialistic, celebrity-infatuated Kat’s life, but not in a good way.
A run-in with Stephen Reyes, a Hollywood IT boy, prompts her to want to hunt him down and get a picture of him to share via social media. With her younger sister Meg in tow, she chases Stephen down, not realizing that they’re not the only ones in pursuit of the handsome celebrity.
Soon, Meg vanishes. Now, it’s up to everyone on board to find her, the kidnapper and the person behind the plot.
Can she root out the perpetrators and find her sister before they depart the train?
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Rachel Pinder is a Young Adult Author and Educator on a lifelong mission to inspire others through the infinite power of words. As a child, she would normally be found with a book in hand. Before she knew it, she started creating unique worlds of her own, and dreamed of becoming a published author someday.
Fast-forward to the present day, and Rachel not only earned her Master’s degree in Creative Writing from SNHU, she turned her childhood dream into a reality. In the near future, she will be pursuing her doctorate to further sharpen her storytelling skills. She also holds active membership at Romance Writers of America (RWA), Georgia Romance Writers, and the Georgia Writers Association (GWA).
When she isn’t creating action-packed stories, Rachel Pinder teaches an English composition course at the University of South Georgia. She has also been a teacher to younger students (preschool to eighth grade), and even works with individuals who have disabilities. Teaching and word-weaving aside, she absolutely loves going on cruises and playing the piano. Above all else, she enjoys spending quality time with her best friend in cat form, Theo.