If I Run by Terri Blackstock Review
If I Run by Terri Blackstock
Casey Cox is in trouble. Her best friend is dead and all the evidence points to her. And she already has made a name for herself after making accusations about her father’s death. She has nowhere to turn so she runs. She’s got some money and she knows she has to be careful, so she makes an elaborate plan to keep from being discovered.
Dylan Roberts is a Vet, suffering from PTSD and thought to be pretty much worthless in the police field he wants to pursue. When Dylan is asked to follow up on a trail to find Casey Cox he figures it’s a way to get in the backdoor and agrees to pick up Casey. But she’s elusive and gets away before he can grab her. Then he starts to question details and suddenly he’s trying to help Casey prove her innocence rather than catch her like he was hired to do. This may ruin his chances at a career in police work but he can’t let an innocent girl be railroaded for something she didn’t do, can he?
If I Run is an excellent story that combines drama and suspense as it weaves its way from beginning to end. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a plot with a few twists to keep you on your toes.
If I Run by Terri Blackstock was provided at no cost for the purpose of review.