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They're experienced hands at writing romances and it shows. The pacing, plot, characterisations are all done well. The romance was thoroughly enjoyable, watching Zeke and Carlin fall for each other. The villain was your standard ex-boyfriend nutter and not quite as fleshed-out or convincing as he could have been. His thumb swept over the edge of her jaw.
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A wary look came into his eyes. I don't want to hurt them - you. The fact of it was, nine dicks and one vagina together on one large slice of land just didn't work But he's desperate.
His house is a mess and his men need a cook. This is your standard woman-on-the-run, a romantic suspense staple. There's really nothing new here in the plot.
But these ladies - Linda Howard and Linda Jones - sure can write an entertaining story. They're experienced hands at writing romances and it shows. The pacing, plot, characterisations are all done well. The romance was thoroughly enjoyable, watching Zeke and Carlin fall for each other. Does this sound familiar? He knows she's on the run and plots to get her in bed because of Sacrificial plot victim Spencer is the sweet young man on the ranch that takes up the cooking before the h gets there.
And him. Perhaps layman are that tech savvy, but he should just work for Facebook and manipulate and destroy lives that way. View all 4 comments. Feb 20, Naksed rated it really liked it Shelves: You have a damn list. Just check off each thing as you get it.
It's what ISN'T on the list that requires creativity. The heroine is escaping a psychotic stalker when she ends up in a small town and becomes the rancher hero's temporary housekeeper. I loved everything about their slowly building up relationship as well as so many humorous episodes depicting how the city girl tackles life on a ranch cleaning and cooking for a bunch of country boys.
The author managed to make trite things like trips to the grocery store, a disastrous recipe for cake, and a battle between a disgruntled cook and a dozen burned biscuits hilarious, laugh-out-loud moments.
There were also some very tense episodes such as one of the ranch hands getting out of hand with the heroine and a catastrophic car accident during a merciless snow storm.
And, of course, the tension and eventual consummation of the protagonists' attraction for each other was hot! The weak part of the book for me was a cartoonish villain who I never felt posed a real threat. I don't even think it was necessary to have that plot contrivance in there, the book would have done just fine as a straightforward romance.
Very enjoyable. Highly recommend. View 2 comments. I do love me a sexy, protective cowboy, but Carlin was no slouch either. A girl who can fend for herself under dangerous circumstances and still manage to think rationally is the kind of heroine I can get behind!
The audio was really good. Maggie Wheeler sounded like a country girl with a little bit of sass and her male voices were done well, too. I upped the speed form 1. Nothing terrible new here, but done so much better than when attempted by other authors. Also, I did really like one thrilling scene you'll know where you get there.
Very enjoyable - and satisfying! Jun 27, Jacqueline J rated it liked it Shelves: This book was a good enough read but I don't think it's going to be a reread.
I am fond of the woman on the run set up but somehow it wasn't all that interesting here. I think because her reaction seemed extreme for what had happened.
Yes the other girl getting killed was bad but her running off the grid and always moving on would have made more sense if he was shown continually finding her. Because otherwise hunkering down on the ranch where there was little possibility that she would be found This book was a good enough read but I don't think it's going to be a reread. Because otherwise hunkering down on the ranch where there was little possibility that she would be found was the better option.
Plus she knew an awful lot about Brad's computer abilities than I think she would have after just two dates. There was no tension here because until someone made a mistake you knew he couldn't find her so there was no sense of approaching danger. The romance was okay, but slow and not very intense. There was not a lot of conflict in their relationship other than when she was going to give in and sleep with him. He didn't try very hard to win her just thought a lot that he would wait until she was ready.
I almost felt like they didn't love each other. The scenes on the ranch were interesting but not enough seemed to happen to fill up a book this long. I'll try the rest of the books in the series when they come out I guess. But I won't be holding my breath. View 1 comment. Dec 19, Tracey rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a gentle read, a very pleasant read at that - we have Carlin who is on the run from a nasty stalker, she is terrified and has all her guards up, she may be on guard but still has a smart mouth on her.
Zeke, the rough but handsome cowboy that owns a ranch and works hard running it, when his housekeeper ups and leaves he is forced This is a gentle read, a very pleasant read at that - we have Carlin who is on the run from a nasty stalker, she is terrified and has all her guards up, she may be on guard but still has a smart mouth on her.
Zeke, the rough but handsome cowboy that owns a ranch and works hard running it, when his housekeeper ups and leaves he is forced to get his men to cook but for how long can they survive on burnt offerings And how long can he go without clean socks!
If your looking for a gentle but exciting romance read this is for you. At times I wanted to say if your not gonna have him I will!!!! I found the characters well developed and writing very descriptive.
Will read others in series too. As there is lots of talk of food in this book, which made my tummy rumble, I was delighted to find recipes at the end of the book. Sexiness rating 3. Sep 22, Emmy rated it liked it.
Running Wild: I mean seriously read it now, well finish my review first and then go download this book! Carlin Reed lives in fear everyday, always on the run and always watching her back. She's being stalked by a policeman, so of course no one believed her when she tried to report him. She's on the run, stopping at random places, working for cash only, making no friends and moving Running Wild: She's on the run, stopping at random places, working for cash only, making no friends and moving on after a short time is her life now.
That is until she comes to Battleridge, Wyoming. Falling in love with town is bad enough, but with it's people too is a recipe for disaster. Zeke Decker is in dire straights. However, when his cousin offers up her waitress for the position he immediately bulks.
First off, she's beautiful and he doesn't need that kind of problem with his men. Second, there is just something about her that draws him in and lord knows he does not want another woman in his life.
In his bed? In his life? Hell, no! With no other choice he hires her and finds that he just can not fight the attraction. Now, he just has to find a way to convince Carly that she can trust him with her fears, let him help her and stay longer than the upcoming Spring.
This is one of the best "first in series" books I have ever read. Both characters shared some very witty banter, sexual tension that was off the charts, followed by hot sex. The supporting characters were great. I think we are really set up for some great stories to come from this series. Really, when I say it's a must read I am not joking! Read this book! A very special thanks to www. This review can also be found on http: View all 6 comments.
I'm not entirely sure who wrote this book, the Kindle version I received from the publisher had the author as Linda Howard and Linda Jones. I have no idea what part they each played in this book, but whatever they did, it worked. With a psychopathic stalker hunting her, Carlin is always ready to run. She works for cash, keeps her "run kit" ready at all times and avoids any attention.
When she arrives in Battle Ridge, Wyoming she takes a job working as a housekeeper for a grumpy rancher. She does I'm not entirely sure who wrote this book, the Kindle version I received from the publisher had the author as Linda Howard and Linda Jones. She does everything in her power to keep him at arms length but their attraction is proving hard to fight. But with her stalker closing in she might need to run at any moment. I can't say much about Linda Jones, but I've occasionally noticed that Linda Howard writes villains who are so hyper-evil that it's almost cartoonish.
That's definitely the case with Running Wild but it was such good fun that I just can't hold that against this book. Linda Howard and Linda Jones? I really enjoyed this book. Dec 10, D. Reynolds rated it it was amazing. Linda Howard is one of my favorite authors,but I was unsure about reading Running Wild,because too often in joint titles like this, the bestselling author's name is on the cover, but she hasn't done any of the writing. Either that wasn't the case with this book, or Linda Jones is every bit as good as Linda Howard, because I.
She's vulnerable and scared, but keeps it all on the inside, and sh Linda Howard is one of my favorite authors,but I was unsure about reading Running Wild,because too often in joint titles like this, the bestselling author's name is on the cover, but she hasn't done any of the writing.
She's vulnerable and scared, but keeps it all on the inside, and she doesn't swoon when a strong man crosses her path. She gives as good as she gets. Zeke Decker is a local rancher who hires her to be his cook and housekeeper--a job Carlin has to learn as she goes.
Zeke is wonderful. Alpha to the core, but also compassionate and understanding. I will most definitely be reading the next book in this series. Running Wild has earned a place in the Favorites folder on my Kindle, one of those books I'm sure I'll be reading more than once.
Feb 25, Saly rated it really liked it Recommended to Saly by: Just to be clear, I am not sure this book will be everyone's cup of tea because the romance truly does take a lot of time to get going so we get to read about the heroine doing her chores, the hero doing his work etc etc. The heroine is on the run from a man she dated twice, he being a cop made things difficult and he escalated killing her friend thinking it was the heroine, so now she is truly off the grid, doing whatever jobs she can.
The hero's cousin gets the heroine a job with the hero who Just to be clear, I am not sure this book will be everyone's cup of tea because the romance truly does take a lot of time to get going so we get to read about the heroine doing her chores, the hero doing his work etc etc.
The hero's cousin gets the heroine a job with the hero who is in a bind because well his housekeeper left and his men and he are starving, the laundry pile is growing etc. At the start he is not sold on the heroine but he starts seeing her grit soon. I liked how we saw the heroine being cautious yet afraid, she didn't automatically assume that the hero was safe which generally happens in book. All in all a good book.
Carlin is running away from a crazy, psychotic cop who happens to be a hacker. He is always on her tail and getting closer no matter what she does or where she goes. Despite the promising start, a big part of the story is filled with cooking, baking, recipes, laundry, grocery shopping etc. View all 7 comments. Apr 10, Paige Bookdragon rated it really liked it Shelves: It's Linda Howard man Linda Howard's fans!
Recommended to Ren Puspita by: I still have faith to LH! Decker or Zeke doesn't need a new housekeeper after Libby, his previous housekeeper left.
But he don't have a choice to hire Carlin Reed after his temporary housekeeper who is man got accident. Carlin is woman on the run.
She had stalker, Brad, who is psycho cop that previously killed her friend because he mistake her for Carlin. So, when Kat offered Carlin to be Zeke's new housekeeper, Carlin with her witty attitude said "bring it on!
Not good Mr Decker. Not good at all. Carlin then become Zeke's cook and also housekeeper. She cook for 9 cowboy, Zeke himself and his ranch employe. She forged friendship with them especialy with Spencer, who is the temporary cook that got accident while trying to resist her attraction to Zeke.