Title: If I live (If I Run Series Book #3)
Author: Terri Blackstock
My rating is 5 out of 5 stars.
In the third and final novel, audiences get a thrilling conclusion to the characters of Casey Cox, Dylan Roberts, and Detective Keegan just to name a few. Casey has been running for a long time to avoid being arrested for a series of crimes. Dylan has been hired by the parents of Brent Pace to apprehend her for his murder and other infractions of the law. However, since the first book, Casey has amassed a lot of evidence to prove who the real culprits are behind Brent’s murder and others as well.
The hard part is that while Casey has been on the run and while Dylan is trying to clear her name, those who committed the murders are also closing in on Casey. Casey’s character is one of not just surviving but also seeing that justice is done. What Casey is learning is the difference between obtaining justice her way or letting go to let God do it His way, as well as take care of her. Dylan has been praying for Casey to come to faith because he knows that without the Lord she will never know true peace.
Each book in the If I Run Series that began with If I’m Found, then If I Run, concluding with If I Live is built upon the preceding book. When I began the series, each book was released a year apart, but I could dive right into each story, remembering where the last book left off and anxiously reading to see where Terri was going to take the plot and suspense! So, if you love suspense with faith, romance and climax, then here is a series just waiting for you to enjoy!
While we wait for whatever flows next from Terri’s pen, consider reading her other novels that have been published and available today!
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