Over Her Head

Laurie Hale has the perfect life and the perfect family to go with it until her teenage daughter is accused of murder, and the life Laurie knows disappears.Laurie Hale imagined fun, love, and success for her daughter, Anna But when one of Anna s classmates is murdered and the police start asking questions, a very different future threatens everything Laurie values AnnaLaurie Hale has the perfect life and the perfect family to go with it until her teenage daughter is accused of murder, and the life Laurie knows disappears.Laurie Hale imagined fun, love, and success for her daughter, Anna But when one of Anna s classmates is murdered and the police start asking questions, a very different future threatens everything Laurie values Anna isn t the only suspect a whole group of teenagers seems to be involved, but none of them is talking, and the community is in an uproar Laurie s marriage bears the strain of the crisis, and her only ally is Janice, a wealthy woman from the church who refuses to let Laurie slip away quietly Ultimately, Laurie must face her fears What if Anna really was involved in Randi s murder And what kind of person is Laurie if she can doubt her own child s innocence
Over Her Head Laurie Hale has the perfect life and the perfect family to go with it until her teenage daughter is accused of murder and the life Laurie knows disappears Laurie Hale imagined fun love and success

  • Title: Over Her Head
  • Author: Shelley Bates
  • ISBN: 9780446694933
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Over Her HeadShelley BatesDuring her morning run, Laurie Hale discovers the body of young girl. She becomes more shaken later when she finds out the dead girl’s mother is the newest member of her bible study group.People around town are growing uneasy as the events of the girl’s last night alive come to light. Several teens were in attendance when the girl either fell or was pushed off the bridge. No one is talking or those that are talking seem to want to point the finger at Laurie’s daug [...]

    2. Over Her Head was an enjoyable and uplifting read. Author Shelley Bates depicted how church family works and I could truly relate to the situations.While it was a good read, I rated this book 3 out of 5 stars because I would have loved more suspense to the story. I felt like some of the true emotions of the accident were brushed over and too much time was spent on developing a romance story within this book. I feel like I would have enjoyed this book more if it were written from Anna's prospecti [...]

    3. Shelley Bates isn't afraid to take on the hard realities of life, whether it be religion, self, teenagers, family, or all of the above. In Over Her Head we are forced to look at our own beliefs, judments, and actions, and that is one of the hardest things for most of us to do. In a plane ride back to Wyoming, I was able to lose myself in this really great story, and not think at all about how much I hate flying. That is quite a feat as a writer

    4. I read one of Bates' books before, and I was looking for a sequel to it, but I settled for this instead. I'm very glad I read this book. It was not astounding by any means, but it was a good read. I couldn't stand the suspense, which is great for this kind of book.

    5. 4* I really enjoyed this story of family/teen relationships. A girl drowns, and none of the teens on the bridge that night are giving any information. The circumstances are unique and thought-provoking. There was enough suspense to keep me reading.

    6. This is a Christian book but is in no way preachy. It’s definitely holding my attention. So much so that before I was done reading it, I went online to see what else the author had written.This is the best Christian book I've read in years.

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