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WOW, this was my first ever book from K. Webster so I started not knowing what to expect, I was HOOKED right away. 'Running Free' is K. Webster's installment for the "Woodland Creek" collection, a collaboration of 30 authors all writing about 1 little town in Indiana USA, I was intrigued with the concept behind this collection.
I found myself unable to stop reading, from the moment Frankie found herself in her new form, I was sucked into her life. Everything from the backstories for Frankie & Gunner, the action, steamy scenes, strong leading characters, suspense, it was like a shifter murder mystery. I especially loved all the different shifters in this book, from dog breeds to bears, they're all in there.
I'm now a K. Webster fan! I fell in LOVE & can't wait to read what the others have written for the "Woodland Creek" collection.
K Webster's writing has you sucked in from the very first paragraph and It's a pleasure reading everything she releases.
If you haven't read any of K Webster's books yet then I strongly advise you do because you won't be disappointed.
Go grab your copy of Running Free today!
5 stars from me.
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“It means that I’ll never love another. That I’ll be one-hundred percent devoted to you. I’ll be yours in every sense of the word.”
So I normally do not read fantasy books but I wanted to give it a try because I love “Give Me Yesterday” by K. Webster and I have to say surprisingly I really enjoyed this book.
The story is about a shifter, Frankie who was in and out of foster homes and eventually ran way and settled in a town of Woodland Creek. She was taken under Otis’s wing - who acts as a father figure to her. Frankie has a big heart – she seeks out other teenage shifters and takes care of them. Until one day tragedy strikes and several young shifters’ lives were taken. Frankie is determined to find justice for her friends. It is then that she meets Gunner, a hot human detective. Gunner is strong and protective and he is intrigued by the young Frankie. There is something about her that he cannot resist.
“You’re my missing piece, hadanka. My other half. My whole heart.”
Running Free has a nice balance of a cute, sweet love story with a little mystery and action. The story flows nicely from the beginning to the end… there is no break or boring moment – once you start you want to find out what happens next. Who kills the shifters? Can a shifter and a human get together? Will Frankie and Gunnar have a happily ever after?
“I knew you were mine the first time I saw you.”
K. Webster does not disappoint. She can write pretty much everything and make it sound good
If you are interested in paranormal romance give this book a try! If you are not a paranormal romance fan – give it a try anyways. This book is well-written.
Coming out of a bad situation and relationship, Gunnar Mason thinks he has just met the woman that can turn him every-which-way-but-loose. He has no idea how true that is. Frankie Aleen is different in every way. She is bossy, hot, and has no time for the game of love. Until she meets Gun. He pushes every one of her buttons, including the one that goes straight to her libido.
"I'm running free. Nobody controls me now."
Written in dual points of view, Running Free was a shifter story of finding love through and in spite of personal differences. It combined the fantasy of the shifter world with the reality of the human realm and created a story filled with mystery from past, present, and leading to to the future. I loved how gentle, yet alpha Gun was with Frankie, and the sweet name he used to tell of his love for her. It was a great treat when Author K. Webster brought in the concept of imprinting, especially with a character that seemed so unlikely to embrace that. The secondary characters also offered am interesting part of this story line and revealed to us more tender and possessive sides of our main characters. I am hopeful we might see more from that at some time in the future.
"When all this blows over, I don't care what kind of animal you are...you're still mine and I love you."
Frankie is a snarky, no holds barred heroine. She is wild but has a nurturing side. She went through shape shifting at a young age and by herself. She now guides young shape shifters on how to deal with their abilities and how to balance life. Gunner is running from a past. He is not only human but also a detective. Gunner has wanted Frankie from the moment he sets eyes on her.
K Webster has a way of writing characters that will draw you in. Even though all the shape shifters are different animals they stick together and protect each other. As murders rock the town Gunner is out to find the truth. When he does will there be a chance for Frankie and him to be together. Will all the people that are important to Frankie be taken from her? As the story progresses you see some similarities in Gunner and Frankie's pasts.
Suspens, action, steamy romance, and the importance of family is what this stories entails. If you like paranormal this is a great story, even if you don't you will still love this story.
I received a gift copy in exchange for an honest review.
Frankie has had a hard life. She was raised in the Foster care system and placed with not so great guardians. At the age of 12 when she just can't take it anymore and decides to run away, she finds herself in a very unexpected situation. Francie's life continues to suck until she meets Otis at age 17 and moves to Woodland Creek.
During a series of brutal murders Frankie meets a sexy cop named Gunnar that she just can't get enough of! Will Gunnar be able to accept Frankie and the town once he uncovers the secrets lurking around???
Running Free was a great story and K Webster did an amazing job creating her characters and writing something that pulls you in. I can't wait to get my hands on the rest of the books in the Woodland Creek set.