Terri Blackstock is one of my very favorite suspense authors. She once again delivers a story so intense and powerful that I could not put the book down.
If I Run tells of a woman who is at the wrong place at the wrong time. A woman who is plagued with the aftermath of a traumatic event that has shaped her personality forever. It’s the story of corruption and deception. And the story of God’s powerful love and protection.
Determined to help another even at the risk of sacrificing her own hidden identity, Casey struggles to fight evil face to face. With the ironic courage that she cannot seem to emanate for her own case, she will not give up until she has done what she came to do.
Dylan is a man who knows pain and suffering. He’s a man who wants the truth above anything else, but his own needs for survival give him the conflict of helping Casey or landing himself permanent employment.
If I Run had me drawn into it from the first page and when I was through, I could not wait for the second book to be released.
I received this book from the Fiction Guild and Zondervan Publishing in exchange for my honest opinion which I’ve provided here.