Roger Bruner has written the kind of YA novel I want my daughter and granddaughter to read. It's true to the way real young adults today see the world, themselves, and God. -- Eva Marie Everson, Author of This Fine Life
Roger and Kristi Rae Bruner's debut novel, Found in Translation, is a charming and sincere commentary on racial sensitivity and interdependence. When I started writing years ago, I wanted to create real characters who, though imperfect, could navigate the minefields of race and prejudice with God's grace. Looks like the Bruners have the same goal. Way to go, Roger and Kristi Rae. -- Linda Leigh Hargrove, author of The Making of Isaac Hunt and Loving Cee Cee Johnson
Roger and Kristi Rae Bruner's characters capture your heart and leave you rooting for them. Teens will be entertained and challenged by this page-turning read, which shows what can happen when we surrender our will to God's. -- Stacy Hawkins Adams, bestselling Christian fiction author of The Someday List and Dreams That Won't Let Go
When Kim Hartlinger—eighteen and spoiled—arrives on a mission trip to Mexico, she discovers to her chagrin that she’ll be doing construction in a remote village without plumbing and electricity, rather than evangelism in a medium-sized town with a McDonald’s. . . Will Kim be able to touch the villagers’ hearts with the Gospel? Or will her time in Mexico be up before she gets the chance?