Casey knows the truth.But it wont set her free.Casey Coxs DNA is all over the crime scene. Theres no use talking to police; they have failed her abysmally before. She has to flee before shes arrested . . . or worse. The truth doesnt matter anymore.But what is the truth? Thats the question haunting Dylan Roberts, the war-weary veteran hired to find Casey. PTSD has marked him damaged goods, but bringing Casey back can redeem him. Though the crime scene seems to tell the whole story, details of the murder arent adding up. Casey Cox doesnt fit the profile of a killer. But are Dylans skewed perceptions keeping him from being objective? If she isnt guilty, why did she run?Unraveling her past and the evidence that condemns her will take more time than he has, but as Dylans damaged soul intersects with hers, he is faced with two choices. The girl who occupies his every thought is a psychopathic killer . . . or a selfless hero. And the truth could be the most deadly weapon yet....
|Title||:||If I Run (If I Run #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||305 pages|
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If I Run (If I Run #1) Reviews
Very good read, compelling with interesting characters. I appreciated the faith thread in this story.
This is a simply told story told in two voices. The first is that of Casey Cox who we meet at the scene of a murder. The murder is that of Bent Pace, a close friend and Casey flees from the scene. She knows it is no good contacting the police, they have failed her before. The other choice is that of Dylan Roberts, a war veteran with Post Traumatic Stress. He is a childhood friend of the man murdered and hired by his friend’s parents to fond Casey. Everything he learns about Casey seemed to count ...more
Once again, this is a book that I only picked up because it was assigned for the book group I run at the library where I work part-time.
This book is utterly ridiculous. I don't even have time to type out all the plot holes and illogical actions and events that take place.
Suffice to say, I'm a Christian and I *still* found this book insufferably preachy. Also, at the end of the book, Blackstock claims that there is truth to the Planned Parenthood "Baby parts" conspiracy theory that has been deb ...more
I loved this. Terri Blackstock again confirms her place on my list of favourite suspense authors. Between her and Lynette Eason there is always a competition for position #1.
This was another great suspense. I usually do not like first person POV, but the way Terri writes it made me love it for this story. Yes, there was some repeats with certain things, but you see it from two difference character's POV, so the feeling was different.
I had my suspicions from the start about the villain, because c ...more
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Wow. Just, wow. I can't believe I read this in an afternoon.
I've never read a book like this. I'm not a big fan of mysteries (except for Nancy Drew) and I've never read a crime book. But, lots of people were saying this series was good, so I tried it. And I was not disappointed. There wasn't that much action, per se, but it was sooo suspenseful. I mean, I read it in an afternoon, and I've not read a book that quickly in months.
(I'm not really sure...more
OH, LOOK - I'M ALREADY FINISHED.
This was such a wild ride, and I enjoyed it thoroughly.
- The characters.The main characters were LIKABLE and realistic and flawed . . . but also just super awesome people whom I would love to know. Casey and Dylan were both super smart. (Seriously WAY smarter than most characters in these types of books. Ahem. :P) I'm not ashamed to admit that Casey's chances of survival are much higher than mine would be if our roles were reversed. xD Both charact ...more
This book I was pleasantly surprised at it, I went into it with an open mind and found myself really enjoying it.
It's written from two perspectives which is Casey & Dylan's which I love, it's my favourite thing when books are told from two POV's - both of them intertwining but seeing it from different perspectives, I just love it.
Both Casey and Dylan I believe are quite well developed characters, I don't feel like they are flat / one dimensional or lacking in anything major. I love that they ...more