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Run For Your Life Hardcover – 1 Jan 2000

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  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (1 Jan. 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0739413791
  • ISBN-13: 978-0739413791
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 13.2 x 3.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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12 of 19 people found the following review helpful By C. G. Van Lindt on 26 Feb. 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you know the books by Andrea Kane you have not seen anything yet !! This is not an historical romance. It is very very today. Exciting, moving, you really do not know who did it until at the end of the book. Lovescenes great as allways with Andrea Kane. Victoria and Zach are in great danger and above all in love. The story is very powerful. And i really hope she writes another very steamy thriller soon.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Exceptional book 28 Dec. 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have never taken the time to write a reveiw before; however, I believe this book deserves to be commented on. It was written with a style and thoroughness which makes it exceptional. I have read Ms. Kane's "Coin" books, and while they were enjoyable, I believe that her newest book has placed her among the ranks of Iris Johansen for writing superb romance/suspense novels. I look forward to her next novel in the same genre.
15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
A page-turner! 4 Nov. 2000
By MAD4ROMBKS - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Taking her usual two-mile run through Central Park one morning, attorney Victoria Kensington is shocked when she discovers her younger sister Audrey. Wearing a yellow hospital gown and mumbling about danger, Audrey collapses at Victoria's feet. After running for help, Victoria is even more alarmed when she returns to find Audrey nowhere in sight.
Victoria's father is very controlling when it comes to Audrey, so Victoria only goes to see him after she tries to locate Audrey with the help of the police. He tells Victoria that Audrey is still in Italy and that the woman she ran into could not have been her. Realizing that her father will be no help, Victoria takes matters into her own hands. Despite threats against her own life, Victoria decides to find Audrey on her own.
As her search takes her deeper and deeper into unknown territory, Victoria is stunned when Zachary Hamilton shows up on her doorstep. Why has he suddenly re-entered her life after four years? Having traveled the world investigating a drug ring, Zach tells Victoria that his investigation might be tied into the whereabouts of her sister. Deciding to help each other, Victoria and Zach start working together to find the truth and Audrey. As the truth is revealed, Victoria realizes that unraveling all the lies could ruin many lives, including those of her own family -- starting with her father.
Andrea Kane's first contemporary suspense will grab you from the first explosive scene and keep you rooted to your chair until you get to the extraordinary conclusion. A thrilling tale of deceit and secrecy, RUN FOR YOUR LIFE will have you suspecting everyone you meet in the book as you pull for Victoria and Zach to get back together while catching the villains. Plus, Kane still manages to shock the reader at the end.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A suspenseful page turner... 13 Jun. 2003
By cmiller - Published on
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The day Victoria Kensington found her sister, Audrey, unconcious in Central Park, she realized that something more was going on than she originally thought. With a whispered word to Victoria, Audrey blacks out leaving Victoria no option but to go for help. When she returns, Audrey is gone. Victoria's only course of action is to go to her father, who always knows where Audrey is. When she gets the run around from him, she starts questioning his motives for keeping the truth from her. In her family, it was always Victoria that ran interferance for her mother and sister against her father. Soon Victoria realizes that there is more going on than she ever expected, especially when the only man she's loved has come back to Manhattan to find the same answers that Victoria is looking for.
What is the Hope Institute?
Zach Hamilton has spent his life waiting for the day to bring the drug syndicate that killed his father to justice. Ever since that day that his father mistakenly stepped into the crossfire, Zach realized that the course of his life had changed. When he finds Victoria several years later, he finds more than a lover, he finds a soulmate. It has been four painful years since their parting, but Zach knows that he won't let her go this time around. The only question is, will they be alive to work out all their differences?
In my first Andrea Kane book, I was not dissapointed. Kane brought so much life into her charachters, that while to plot was far fetched, it was definetely believeable. While Victoria works on her issues about her obsession with independence, Zach comes to terms with the fact that he can't let his life be ruined by the people that killed his father. You also have Victoria's father who obviously loves his daughter, but doesn't show it in the best way possible.
Don't miss it!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A little too long? 3 May 2001
By Patti Fischer - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I picked up RUN FOR YOUR LIFE expecting it to be a thriller/romance with nonstop action. But it was about a hospital and illegal activities, and no way were the main characters running for their life. I never really got into the romance between the hero and heroine.
All in all, it was not a bad book, just I thought it was a little too long. I felt it could have wrapped up faster than it did.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Suspense, only in the sense of, suspend all disbelief ... 16 Nov. 2000
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
I picked up this book to see just how the author would "weave in the exciting profession of competitive intelligence," as mentioned in the acknowledgments. It turns out, the author does a minimal job of describing the profession or using it to motivate the character Zach's behavior.
This book has all the basic ingredients - reunited lovers, a mysterious disappearance, an autocratic, disapproving father, etc. - but the whole thing falls flat and drags on far too long. Because of heroine Victoria's sister's disappearance, Victoria and her formerly spurned lover Zach are driven to discover the connection between an elite secret medical facility and a world wide drug syndicate. The few details they do manage to uncover become more and more ludicrous as the story unfolds. You also have to pretend the bad guys are so arrogant and busy with their evil money making schemes, they won't recognize the lovers when they infiltrate the clinic, even though they've been following Victoria from the beginning.
The characters are unidimensional and pretty unappealing, good and bad guys alike, so there's not much emotional impact when a chief suspect turns out worthy of redemption, and a seemingly innocuous sub-character zooms into focus at the end.
The author does have a nice touch with the sex scenes. Other than that, there are many more engaging reads out there in this genre.
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