Monday is over, so happy Tuesday everyone!
Today’s post will be a little different than our usual. No guest blogs, no interviews, no reviews. It’s just me, talking about a book that made an impact.
This past weekend, I was lucky enough to win a book over at The Romance Studio while they were doing their CAPA awards. It was by a new-to-me author so the first thing I did was check out the author’s site for a blurb. Even though my TBR pile is closer to a mountain at this point, the blurb caught my attention and I decided to read a few pages. Four hours later, I was left with a story that will stay with me for a very long time. That book is On The Run by Judith Rochelle.
When Robin Fleming witnesses the murder of her sister, Jamie, her only thought is to grab her nephew and run, from her vicious brother-in-law. Running and hiding, covering their tracks, they eventually settle in San Antonio to begin a new life. Robin, now Laura, though still grieving for her sister, is determined to make a good life for her nephew. Then illness hits Andy, and while Laura is dealing with that crisis, bad luck and unfortunate circumstances bring all the players together again and endanger everyone’s lives. Can Dr. Gage Hollander, who has fallen in love with Laura, find a way to save them?
All proceeds from this title goes to the Victim’s Advocacy Office of the San Antonio Police Department. So not only do you get a great story but you also have a chance to support a great organization that is making a difference.
You can find an excerpt and purchase information for On The Run here.