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4.5 out of 5 stars
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Runaway (Safe Havens Book 2)
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Price:£2.95


on 30 September 2017
After twice reading Saving Grace and loving it, I had braced myself for disappointment in this book. However, in an incredible twist to my expectations, I was amazed that it was every bit as good, if not better, than the 1st. Sandy James has an incredible way of perfectly defining her characters, meaning that even though they weren't the focus of the book, had actually been replaced as hero and heroine, they and their personalities can across in every way. Loved Cassie and getting to know Ty better. Truly loved book!!
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on 21 March 2014
3.75 stars: RUNAWAY is the second instalment in Sandy James's historical western, romance Safe Havens series focusing on a group of friends and family in Montana. This is Cassie Shay and Ty Bishop's story -one that advances the series approximately four years.

The premise follows Cassie as she uncovers a plot to murder Ty and his best friend Jake Curtis. Jake is the son of Grace Morgan and has been invited to meet his extended Shay family on the west coast. When Jake and Ty encounter a life or death situation, it will be a young twenty year old woman-Cassie Shay-who rescues the pair from their untimely demise. Cassie is a woman on the run but Ty will ensure that the only place she runs to will be to Montana -with him.

Ty's attraction to Cassie is immediate although they are from different backgrounds, different class and different education. As they make their way across country, Ty begins to fall for the feisty Cassie Shay but getting his family and friends back home to accept her will be another problem-all together. Cassie comes from one of the most hated families and no one is willing to open their arms a woman whose family has threatened everyone they love.

Sandy James pulls the reader into a romantic storyline about two people from different walks of life-Ty believes he is not worthy of Cassie's love and affection and, Cassie believes that she has placed everyone in danger with her presence and connection to the Shay family.

RUNAWAY is a story of heartbreak and betrayal; family and friends; love and letting go. Many of the previous storyline characters play secondary roles as well as the introduction of the next story hero-Caleb Young.

If you like a romantic storyline about a hard working cowboy and a strong willed heroine then RUNAWAY is the perfect read for a lazy afternoon.

I was gifted a copy
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on 3 February 2014
Oh my goodness...I really enjoyed this book, the story was beautiful, and set in 1806, gave it that bit more sparkle...Sandy, you've done yourself proud, truly talented author...
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on 4 April 2014
A lovely Victorian style melodrama with hideous villains and splendid heroes. A thoroughly enjoyable read and what more can a reader ask for. A recommended read.
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on 18 March 2014
I couldnt put this book down, great story, You really need to read this book, and i bet you cant put it down until you have finished as well,.
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on 27 March 2014
I absolutely loved the book from beginning to end, will read the author sandy james again and again, excellent story
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on 14 June 2015
I started reading this book & nearly gave up as it started really slow but pitched up half way through but have read better but worth finishing it.
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on 17 July 2015
Good read in the style of Nora Roberts. Characters are developed and you get to know the whole family
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