Praise for the Numbers Game Saga

"Gripping, from beginning to end . . . a tale as action-packed as Divergent yet as introspective as The Giver. . . . Sure to be an instant classic in the genre."
–R.J. Craddock, author of The Children of Cain series

"Better than Scott Westerfeld's Uglies."
–Karen Pellett, reviewer

“Fluent and engaging . . . brimming with fabulous characters and intrigue that will keep you flipping pages. Can't wait to read the next book in this series!”
–Adrienne Monson, author of the Blood Inheritance trilogy

“Had me hooked from the first page to the last . . . Thoroughly enjoyable. I highly recommend!”
–Randy Roberts, BoredShorts TV Personality (Kid History/Kid Snippets)

Praise for Love Right

"What a great, quick read. I have read other books by the author and was not disappointed with this story. It had the right amount of tension, conflict, attraction and the perfect pacing." ~Sanj

"I thought it was a great read! I have read other books by this author and I love her writing style! This was a quick read, and a great fun book! I'm glad I read it!" ~Amazon Customer

"This novella was sweet, clean, and the perfect length to sit down and enjoy during an evening. Loved it." ~Deb

"This story immediately draws attention to the characters and gives the reader reason to continue . . . Thank you, again, Rebecca for giving us a romance with adventure and insight into the way we can become better people as a result of being honest with ourselves!" ~Linda

Praise for How to Have Peace When You're Falling to Pieces

"Reading How to Have Peace When You're Falling to Pieces was almost like having a good vent session with a friend."
–Literary Time Out

"If this tells you anything, I plan to buy this book for my friends and family."
–RK Grow

"I've seen author Rebecca Rode on our local channels. She's written a book that is fabulous for the women of today."
–Wendy Knight, Author

"She knows! She understands! This book gave me so many great insights into my role as a mother and helped me focus on the eternal perspective of my calling as a woman."
–Kimberly Bytheway, co-author of What We Wish We'd Known When We Were Newlyweds

"A charming book full of wit, humor, and great ideas to help readers enjoy and renew their dedication and commitment as mothers."
–Sandra Covey, wife of the late Stephen R. Covey, Author of Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families)

"This book is SO GOOD! This is a book you need to read...and then ponder...then read...and ponder...read and ponder..and then when you have finished the book you need to start again and read and ponder some more...there is so much AMAZING INFORMATION and HELPFUL IDEAS you just can't get it all the first time."
–Shauna, I Love to Read and Review Books

"Reading How to Have Peace When You're Falling to Pieces was just what I needed this past week/month/15 years. There were so many things I loved and appreciated about this book. If you are a mother or know a mother, finish reading this review, then go right out and buy a copy of this book. . . I highly recommend How to Have Peace When You're Falling to Pieces. . . I don't usually give star ratings on my LDSWBR reviews, but this one gets 5 stars from me."
–Shanda, LDS Women's Book Review

"I'll say right off the bat that I loved this book. I am one of those people who constantly beats herself up over every mistake and missed opportunity and this book was a refreshing reminder that I don't have to perfect today, I just need to do the best I can. Rebecca Rode shares some fabulous insights and ideas on being the best mother you can be while not allowing life to get the best of you."
–Heidi, LDS and Lovin' It

"I entered this book with a lot of baggage on my shoulders. I'm at a time in my life when I've had to focus on things that are less eternally important in order to satisfy some earthly demands, and the imbalance has been weighing on me. What this book did for me was remind me that there are certain fundamentals that, once in place, can help a family weather any storm. I also understood more clearly that I have more control than I think I do, and while it might feel that things are swirling around me in a tornado of chaos, I can reach out and grab that wind and subdue it to a more manageable breeze."
–Tristi Pinkston, Author, Editor, and President of Trifecta Publishing