Title: Running to You
Alexandra Morrison believes she has found the perfect job as a medical sales rep in Dallas, until she has an infuriating encounter with the elusive Dr. Grayson Brooks.
Grayson is used to getting his way until he crawls up the wrong side of this stunning redhead when he gives her the brush off.
What starts out as a planned business meeting winds up being an unplanned entanglement. But as the past haunts the couple’s future, Alexandra keeps her running shoes on and the exit door in sight.
Will Grayson conquer her ultimate fear of trust in a relationship or will he loose out to her doubts when he makes a dreadful mistake?
Author: DeLaine Roberts
Published by BookRhythm Source: Author
Published: February 28, 2013
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Entertaining and fast-paced, Running to You is an engrossing contemporary romance. Using first person narrative, DeLaine Roberts tells this story from Alexandra Morrison’s point of view. As a medical sales representative, Alexandra meets Dr. Grayson Brooks while trying to land his medical practice as a client. From their first meeting, the chemistry between the two of them sparks the page. Alexandra has finally met the man of her dreams, but a violent sexual attack from her past haunts her relationship with Grayson. The author nicely explores Alexandra’s fears of a sexual relationship, her innate stubbornness, and how these characteristics cause strife in her relationship. Throughout this story, the author explores the various challenges this couple faces as they work on becoming a couple that keeps you glued to your e-reader. When Alexandra and Grayson finally become intimately involved, their encounters are sexy and romantic.
Running to You is an enjoyable and pleasant read with an engaging couple that draws you in, right up to the dramatic cliffhanger that leaves you eagerly awaiting the next book.
I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of an honest review for The Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.