In Cassidy’s battle against human trafficking there are two choices: run or be captured.Cassidy's humanitarian mission takes an ugly turn when human traffickers attack. Cassidy doesn’t know where to run—home to America, into Jesse’s arms, or any direction she can to escape the traffickers. Innocent families are being ripped apart and Cassidy must decide if she’s brave enough to stop running and join the fight.
What I love about all three of these books is the suspense combined with romance and funny stuff to lighten the mood sometimes. It's a perfect balance.
In Running Home, you have the ever present sizzle between Cassidy and Jesse right in the middle of action, action, action and suspense. It just never lets up. I swear it was over before I even realized I was reading. I wasn't ready for it to be over. But I loved every minute that I had.
If you haven't read the Running series yet, you really should. It's good clean reading. Start with Dead Running though or you won't understand the next two books!
Running Home Dying to Run Dead Running
Cassidy Christensen wants to run.
Captured by the traffickers who killed her mother, Cassidy's only hope is Dr. Tattoo, a man she loves but nobody trusts. When she finally gets a chance to run, someone else she cares about is taken. Running might be her only chance at survival, but Cassidy won't allow another family member to be killed in her place.
Running from the mercenaries who killed her parents.
Running from a scheming redhead intent on making her life miserable.
Running from painful memories that sabotage her dreams of happiness.
With two very tempting men competing for her attention, she hopes she'll finally have someone to run to, but can she trust either of them? When secrets from her past threaten her family, Cassidy decides to stop running and fight for her future.