Running Home to You by Suzanne Sweeney #bookreview #giveaway

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The Running Series
by Suzanne Sweeney


Running Back to You:

20140518-174843-64123018.jpgJuliette Fletcher is a girl with a plan. Not one to sit back and wait for life to happen, she moves back home after graduation and begins to carve out a life for herself.

Evan McGuire is desperate for a fresh start. His career in the NFL depends on it. Years of partying and carefree living have caught up with him. After buying a beach house in need of renovations, he begins to rebuild his life and his reputation.

What Evan doesn’t expect is a chance meeting with Juliette out on an early morning beach run with her dog. A strong mutual attraction draws them together, but fear of scaring her away keeps Evan from revealing his true identity. Evan finds himself in an unfamiliar situation – forced to work harder than he ever has before to prove himself worthy of her affections.

Tragic misunderstandings and unexpected obstacles threaten to derail a fragile relationship. Someone is watching, waiting, and tormenting Juliette, desperate to destroy everything. Can they find the strength to overcome jealousy, insecurity, and fear before it’s too late?

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Running Home to You: continues the journey of Juliette and Evan that began in “Running Back to You”.

Juliette Fletcher thought she had it all – a strikingly handsome man who adores her, a new business venture with her best friends by her side, and a dream house right on the beach. But appearances can be deceiving and everything comes at a cost.

Evan McGuire has just survived a vicious attack that almost ended his professional football career. He’s on the mends now, trying to piece his life back together again, and build a life with Juliette.

But Evan’s erratic behavior has Juliette worried. She must figure out how to save her struggling restaurant, her fragile friendships, and her now unhealthy relationship with the man she loves. Juliette and Evan find that they’ve placed their trust in the wrong people and the price they pay for that mistake may ultimately cost them everything.


My review:
We pick up right where the first book left off, Evan and Juliette are still recovering and reeling from the aftermath of the stalking and hostage situation in the first book. Now Evan is trying to recover from a possible career ending injury plus help Juliette open up their new restaurant Rush.

Pretty much everything falls apart for Juliette and she has to scramble to piece it all back together. I really liked Emmy and Adam in this book plus seeing the relationship with Jette and Auggie grow. Evan was pretty unlikable in this book for me. Good continuation from the first book.


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Suzanne Sweeney is a graduate of Georgian Court University where she studied Elementary Education and Sociology. For some time now, she has been sharing her love of literature with the young minds who sit before her in class each and every day. After years of teaching the art of writing, Suzanne has finally taken her own advice and put pen to paper in order to produce her debut novel, Running Back to You. She writes what she lives, residing in the community she loves, Point Pleasant, with her family who provide a constant source of inspiration and support.

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Comments

  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Thank you for hosting the first stop on my virtual book tour for Running Home to You! :0)

  3. It sounds like a great series!

  4. Rita Wray says:

    Sounds like a good read.

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