After a summer filled with work and guitar lessons, Beka spends ten days in Haiti before launching into her senior year. Beka seems to be on stable footing, but everyone around her is falling apart. Surprises await Beka as she faces Gretchen after her two-month stay in detention. Gretchen is darker and moodier. Then there's Mark, who worms his way back into Beka's affections despite her father's refusal to let them officially date.
SARAH ANNE SUMPOLEC is a graduate of the University of Mary Washington and holds both a Bachelor¿s degree in psychology and elementary teaching certification. Her background in psychology allowed her to work both in an acute care inpatient setting and a long-term residential treatment center, both of which helped to provide her much insight and compassion towards those struggling to cope with a life that is not always kind or fair. She continually researches and speaks on the hot topics facing teens today. Sarah is the author of the Becoming Beka series, has written for a number of magazines such as Brio and Teens 4 Jesus, and has appeared on Janet Parshall¿s America, The Tyra Banks Show, and The 700 Club. Sarah lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia, with her husband, Jeff, and their three daughters.
Sarah Anne Sumpolec was a family counselor and elementary public school teacher before transitioning into full-time motherhood. Sarah lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia, with her husband, Jeff, and their three young daughters. Visit www.becomingbeka.com for more information about the series.