[ epub ] Running Blind Author Shirlee McCoy – Vansonphu.com

Running Blind The mission trip to Mexico was supposed to be an adventure But the thrill turns sour when Jenna Dougherty and her roommate Magdalena are kidnapped A head injury leaves Jenna temporarily blind, with no hope of escaping or helping her frienduntil Nick Jansen arrives The ex marine brings Jenna safely home to doctors who restore her sight but she opens her eyes too late to save her friend Nick helped her before can he help her find Magdalena s killer Or will chasing this trail have Jenna running blindly again into danger Well strap your seatbelt on and hang on Jenna is kidnapped in Mexico and due to a blow to her head is blind Will someone be able to save her And what happened to her best friend who was captured too Will she recover her sight Nikolai has been hired by Jenna s brother to check on Jenna in Mexico when they lost contact with her while on a missions trip Will he be able to save her Why does someone want her dead To be honest, I didn t expect to like this book It wasn t because of the author, but because of the Love Inspired books that I ve read, I haven t truly enjoyed that many.Shirlee McCoy drastically surprised me.The main issue I have with mass market books is that the romance often feels predictable, rushed, or awkward That wasn t the case here Running Blind introduced two characters both struggling with something, whose progression over a short time span seemed reasonable and entirely lovab To be honest, I didn t expect to like this book It wasn t because of the author, but because of the Love Inspired books that I ve read, I haven t truly enjoyed that many.Shirlee McCoy drastically surprised me.The main issue I have with mass market books is that the romance often feels predictable, rushed, or awkward That wasn t the case here Running Blind introduced two characters both struggling with something, whose progression over a short time span seemed reasonable and entirely lovable.I loved Nikolai and Jenna Their chemistry was hilarious, sweet, and sincere In and of themselves, both main characters were great leads Strong, independent, but searching for something The kind you root for and champion with as they realize their own faults and move forward.The plot itself was played out nicely over the course of the book, and I even wished at one point while I was reading that it was longer so that I could spendtime in their world.All in all, McCoy crafted a tale I would and most likely will read again After I finish the rest of her books, of course My least favorite of the series so far It felt stiff and stilted The conversations didn t seem to flow It was as if every conversation were an awkward interrogation or like they were reading from the script I really like the character Nikolai but I wish she had delved even deeper into this character We hear mention of him in both books, how his sister is looking for him All of a sudden he shows up, no real explanation No commentary on how or where he was located What his life was like I My least favorite of the series so far It felt stiff and stilted The conversations didn t seem to flow It was as if every conversation were an awkward interrogation or like they were reading from the script I really like the character Nikolai but I wish she had delved even deeper into this character We hear mention of him in both books, how his sister is looking for him All of a sudden he shows up, no real explanation No commentary on how or where he was located What his life was like I wantedThe story line was obvious which is fine if the characters aredeveloped The only reason this got 3 stars from me is bc I really did like the 2 main characters it just had the potential of being so much better Almost feels like we were let down by the author And on the next pageThis story keeps the reader interested and ready to read the next page The strength of the main characters allows this story to move forward with respect for their faith and their humanity. For a short book I thought the story was very good It was interesting and suspenseful I enjoyed it because of the intrique it was not immediately apparent who was perpetrating the attempts on Jenna s protagonist life or why I also enjoyed how the author addressed Jenna s relationship fears Good, light Christian intrigue romance read. I like the concept of Jenna s kidnapping and Nikolai s rescue, but I thought it would have beeninteresting if Jenna s blindness had lasted a bit longer in the plot. WOW.a real page turner Lots of drama and suspense with some romance thrown in for good measure Loved this book Actual rating is 3.5, but I bumped it cause Nikolai Thoughts and Plot Jenna Dougherty woke up in complete darkness, bound and gagged after a Mission Trip to Mexico with her best friend goes horribly wrong Upon her rescuer arriving she realizes that the head injury she suffered during the attack has left her temporarily blind She can t search for her friend She has to rely on her rescuer Nikolai was just doing a job for a friend It was supposed to be simple Find his sister and make sure s Actual rating is 3.5, but I bumped it cause Nikolai Thoughts and Plot Jenna Dougherty woke up in complete darkness, bound and gagged after a Mission Trip to Mexico with her best friend goes horribly wrong Upon her rescuer arriving she realizes that the head injury she suffered during the attack has left her temporarily blind She can t search for her friend She has to rely on her rescuer Nikolai was just doing a job for a friend It was supposed to be simple Find his sister and make sure she was alright Only he finds her severely beaten, tied and gagged in the basement of a Mexican drug cartel s hide out Getting people out is what he does best, but the danger just keeps coming and Nikolai is less and less willing to let Jenna out of his sight, and it s no longer just because she s his friend s kid sister.Okay, first off The characters make the story Jenna and Nikolai are the ENTIRE reason I kept reading and liked this book so much The action was there, but it wasn t as exciting when I could tell who the bad guy was and how everything did and was going to go down before it even happened It was like I had already read the book, minus the main characters like the old joke about a dog running away in Saskatchewan 100% not a surprise Also, Jenna is really na ve and overly trusting of people whose first impressions give her the creeps Like, come on Jenna But I guess that was part of her charm And Nikolai just yes I want a Nikolai for myself In Conclusion All in all, it was a good book I really enjoyed the main characters Everything else was completely predictable But even that could not ruin this ridiculously lovely romance.Would I recommend it to others If I thought it was in their wheel house, oh yes Running Blind reviewRunning Blind is the third fast paced romantic suspense book in the Heroes for Hire series written by author Shirlee McCoy.


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