Run from Fear

Run from Fear With each step she takes he tracks her every move waiting for the perfect time The perfect revenge Until then he ll watch her RUN FROM FEARMore than anything Talia Vega wanted to leave behind her

  • Title: Run from Fear
  • Author: Jami Alden
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With each step she takes, he tracks her every move, waiting for the perfect time The perfect revenge Until then, he ll watch her RUN FROM FEARMore than anything, Talia Vega wanted to leave behind her harrowing past Moving eight hundred miles away, she succeeded until the one man who knows her darkest secrets wanders into the restaurant where she works NowWith each step she takes, he tracks her every move, waiting for the perfect time The perfect revenge Until then, he ll watch her N FROM FEARMore than anything, Talia Vega wanted to leave behind her harrowing past Moving eight hundred miles away, she succeeded until the one man who knows her darkest secrets wanders into the restaurant where she works Now the agonizing memories come crashing back along with an undeniable desire for Jack Brooks, the ex Green Beret who rescued her from a sadistic monster two years ago.Jack Brooks knows that showing up unannounced is a purely selfish move Talia doesn t need his protection any, but he can t get the raven haired beauty out of his mind And when a twisted madman is hell bent on resurrecting her torturous past, Jack vows to do anything to keep her safe even risk his own life to save the only woman he s ever loved.

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    1. Underwhelmed. Maybe my hopes for this book were just too high. While I loved, loved, loved the first two in this series, I was sadly underwhelmed with this one. I did enjoy it, but in the end it didn’t have the same level of suspense mixed with great characters that I loved in the first two. Run From Fear is Talia and Jack’s story. The last we saw of these two she had helped serve the final nail that brought down a massive international crime ring, and then went back into deep hiding where o [...]

    2. For the most part I liked both main characters. Talia didn’t make the best choices in the past, but everything she did was with the intent to carve out a better future for her and her teenage sister. And after surviving the terrible things that were done to her by a serial killer, all she wanted to do was make a better future for them and not relying on anyone else. This was very admirable but it also make her difficult to like at times, since she kept on pushing away Jack, who only wanted to [...]

    3. Story Rating 4 starsCharacter Rating, Hero Jack - 5 stars, Heroine Talia - 3 starsRomance Rating 4 starsHeat Level 3.5 starsOverall Rating 4 starsI really liked this story, it kept me interested all the way through. I just felt that it was not as good as the two previous book's. The action, suspense and the villain just not near what the other book's were. But the hero, sighhhhhhhhhh, he made the book for me. I loved Jack. The heroine Talia had some flaws, some of them she had for good reason an [...]

    4. Rating 3.5This is the third book in a series that started with a bang with Beg for Mercy and before starting it I had my reservations, mainly because of Talia the heroine.When we met Talia in the first book I didn't like her much, yes she was a victim but her actions had had consequences. The book opens almost two years later, Talia has tried to rebuild her life away from the Seattle Slasher and the Talia who flaunted her beauty and fell in love with a monster, who used her, abused her and threa [...]

    5. I'm going to be honest and say I wasn't really looking forward to the third installment to the Trilogy series. To me, the series was always about Megan Flynn trying to exonerate her brother Sean and the aftermath of Sean being found not-guilty. I didn't like Talia Vega, in either book, despite what horrible things she had suffered because of Nate Brewster. I was iffy on Jack Brooks, because he seemed shady and wishy washy at times. But, I'm absolutely, positively glad I picked this one up becaus [...]

    6. I think I had too big hopes for this book.I wanted it to be marvelous! It was just an ok suspense book that had about everything thrown in, including the kitchen sink. :/I dragged my feet with writing this review, because nothing really gripped me in the whole plot.The reason I did in the end sit down to write it is to talk about expectations…From previous books I had a distinct liking for the heroine and a very lukewarm feel concerning the hero. I saw him as one more broken cookie collector w [...]

    7. 3.5 StarsWell there are so many things I really enjoyed about this book but it wasn't my favorite in the series.I loved Jack, he was a wonderfully perfect Hero. The bad guy was a real creep but I'm not sure why he was so obsessed by the heroine. The suspense storyline was lacking especially when compared to the other books in the series. I had to deduct a star for the heroine, Talia. She got on my very last nerve and jumped up and down! I know I'm tough on the heroines but this woman drove me bo [...]

    8. Run from Fear by Jami Alden is the much coveted 3rd book in the untitled trilogy that showcases Jami’s remarkable ability in delivering romantic suspense the way we readers crave them. Anyone who has read the 1st book in the series entitled Beg for Mercy would have encountered the larger than life Jack Brooks and definitely craved to learn more about the man behind the intimidating figure. I belong in the said group and when I saw this title up for grabs at Netgalley, I quickly seized my chanc [...]

    9. Run from Fear2 StarsAfter escaping the clutches of a madman, Talia Vega is finally rebuilding her life, and the last thing she wants is a reminder of her past in the form of Jack Brooks, the man who rescued her. Jack has never been able to forget Talia and feels compelled to protect her, especially when someone from the past resurfaces to threaten everything that Talia holds dear.The first two books in this series are very entertaining. Unfortunately, this one is a dud as neither the hero nor th [...]

    10. The third and final book in this trilogy, Run from Fear, jumps a couple of years on from Hide form Evil. This time we catch up with Talia and her sister Rosario, and of course sexy Jack. Since the take down of David Maxwell’s empire, Talia has been able to live out in the open, although she doesn’t broadcast who she is. She now works as a bar manager and her sister is at Stanford. Things are pretty good.Unfortunately it all change for the worst as Talia stars to receive gifts from her past t [...]

    11. After such a powerful beginning with the first two books, the finale in "Run from Fear" was a little disappointing. Still yet, this trilogy will remain one of my favorites. Jami Alden did a fabulous job with character development and the well-balanced blend of romance and suspense. Jack gets an A+ rating. He stayed true to himself and he's just about perfect in every way. He never waivered in his loyalty and determination towards Talia and Rosie.Talia, on the other hand, drove me nuts. Her chara [...]

    12. I wanted to like this book, and probably would have if the heroine didn't DRIVE ME CRAZY. I admired her survival of terrible abuse, both the psychological and horribe asssult that happened in the first book. BUT she hurt the people she loved, and didn't just have a wall she threw poison knives from behind it. The hero was lovely, dark and deep. mmm, this author knows how to write great male leads. Frankly, others may really like this female lead, but she wasn't my cuppaI look forward to reading [...]

    13. Excellent! I love this trilogy. Jack was so much better than I had imagined. I just loved him. Talia was strong, bullheaded and a pain in Jacks ass. But Talia was seriously messed up after what happened to her in book one. I loved all the drama, the slow build up to the eventual romance and the action. The baddie was crazy, nasty and just plain creepy. What I really hope is that there will be more books. I mean come on Tomas needs a book and so does Ben. Hint hint Mrs. Alden

    14. Great suspense. Nice romance but dropped a star because of Talia. She seemed a bit too ungrateful for everything Jack did for her. I understand her past and all she went thru but her belief that Jack would try to control her like David Maxwell, annoyed me when Jack has done nothing but protect her and her sister.The suspense was spot on but I felt the killer died too easily. I wanted to see him realize he failed. Still a good book but the heroine took it down a star for me.

    15. This was just crap, the girl was just selfish B$$$h and Jack too sweet with hero complex deserved better. Like seriously how do justify lying And putting someone on death row just so your sister don't go into foster care.I really was hoping for better story line. Crap crapcks.e first book was the best and not everything need to be a series!

    16. Well while i have to agree with other reviewers in that knowing who the bad guy was in advance sorta killed that aspect this is still a great book. The ups and downs of the roller coaster relationship between Jack and Talia made this an awesome book. Cannot wait to see if this is the end or if more stories are to come. 4.5 stars

    17. i didn't think that this would be a 5 Star book for me but Jami Alden has the knack for taking a story south of the direction you think it should go and then before you realise it gone North!! A great ending to what for me was my ideal read. Off to look at what Ms Alden has in store for me next.

    18. Actual Rating: 2.5 StarsRun from Fear wasn't the worst book in the world, but it was definitely a lot less enjoyable for me than the first two books in this series and that may or may not be a good thing depending on what you take away from my opinions of the first two Dead Wrong books.The heroine in this third book, Talia Vega, had shown a penchant for TSTL-ism in the previous book, Hide from Evil.  Her need to keep everything a secret to keep everyone safe was already grating on my nerves, [...]

    19. Good book. I've enjoyed this trilogy from Jami Alden and I'm glad that it got recced to my by one of my GR friends.Series Note:Third book in Alden's untitled trilogy centered around a connected set of characters and some terrible crimes committed that involve them. You'd don't necessarily need to read the other two first, but you'll definitely have a better picture of past events if you read them in order.Summary:Talia Vega is finally starting to put her life back together. She's made some terri [...]

    20. *Rating* 3.0*Genre* Romance*Review*In Jami Alden’s “Run from Fear,” Talia Vega and Jack Brooks take turns in the spotlight. Both characters were last heard from in the story Beg for Mercy where both characters were left for dead. If you haven’t read it, no worries, you get hit over the head plenty of times to be reminded of what happened.Talia Vega is now living in Palo Alto, California where her 18 year old sister Rosario goes to school at Stanford. After nearly dying at the hands of Na [...]

    21. Talia Vega has been looking over her shoulder for 2 years. She’s struggled to keep not only herself safe, but her baby sister safe as well from the effects of a horrific crime Talia was involved in. But you’re past always has a way of creeping back up on you, or walking through the door, as it does for Talia in the form of Jack Brooks. The unforgettable man who saved her life from a sadistic madman. I was really looking forward to Talia’s book. She was such an interesting character in the [...]

    22. I was a little worried as this book had received a few reviews that were not terribly flattering, but on the whole I enjoyed it. My trouble with this book was that I couldn't feel much for the heroine Talia. I haven't forgiven her for what she did in the first book. I know she has tried to mend her ways but I am not very forgiving. Luckily I adore Jack, the hero, and knew I would enjoy reading about him, and I did.The pace of this story was quiet fast, and the twists kept me happily reading for [...]

    23. First of all I'd like to say, I never read the two first books in this trilogy so my review might be impartial. Then again, it might be right on the mark because that leaves me on an unbiased level than other avid readers of this trilogy.Usually with these type of books, I can guess what it going to happen but the double angle to the plot the author did a good job of leaving me pretty well clueless. I easily fell into the novel, it was quite remarkable how quickly I couldn't look away from the b [...]

    24. I really enjoyed this book. The suspense was awesome – the bad guy a true sicko who gave me the willies.Talia was almost a little too much work for me. She was too insecure, too contradictory…too combative. She had legitimate reasons for her erratic behavior, but I didn’t like how she treated Jack so unfairly – the only man who ever loved her unconditionally. Frankly, it left me frustrated and pissed off. Jack was a wonderful hero. He was strong, masculine, sexy, loving, protective, and [...]

    25. 3.5 / 5 starsI put off reading this book for quite a while despite really enjoying the previous two in this trilogy due to my dislike of the heroine, Talia Vega, but I should not have doubted Jami Alden. Alden makes the reader sympathize with Talia; she had a clear motivation for her questionable behavior in the previous books. Other readers seem to resent Talia's attitude or her actions, but really--how many of them, in Talia's situation, would do any differently? In Run from Fear, Talia's effo [...]

    26. I absolutely LOVED the first 2 books in this series, but I thought this one was just ok. Parts of it were kinda boring, parts of it were really good, and parts of it were just eh. There just weren't enough really good parts for me to give it more than 3 stars. Oh, and while I had sympathy for the heroine, she really got on my nerves after awhile. I did love getting to see the guys from the Gemini series involved in the storyline, and the hero, Jack, made the story. Based on how much I loved the [...]

    27. While I enjoyed the seriously creepy villain, and one or two surprising twists along the way, I just never really connected with Talia.I did, however, enjoy that there was no magic peen and instead some realistic "false-starts" along the way -- this was a BIG plus for me. Right now it's around 4.0 -- it may go up or down slightly after I write out the full review.

    28. I liked this book well enough, but that is because of the hero, Jack, who was one of the best heros. I really didn't like the heroine at all, she treated the hero quite badly and she really was TSTL. It did stretch the imagination quite a bit that she would have so many people after her, and all at the same time after a two year break. Anyway

    29. FINALLY got the chance to read RUN FROM FEAR and still rock the Sexy Heroes, and Kick-Butt heroines and Smoking Hot Sexual Chemistry! Ohd Villains that are creepy as S#$%Great Great addition to the series, and I am going to assume it is the last, even thought I'd love to see more of these characters. I think I'll have to go back and do a BEG FOR MERCY re-read!!

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