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Dead Running Paperback – April 21, 2012
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About the Author
Cami Checketts is an idealist who dreams of helping children around the world but can't keep up with the four in her own home. Cami lives in a beautiful valley in Northern Utah where she enjoys running, biking, and swimming during the two months of the year it isn't snowing. A portion of the proceeds from Cami's books will be donated to The Child & Family Support Center.
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Checketts kept me guessing until the end. I had no idea who'd turn out the be the bad guy. Throughout the story, Cassidy is confused about her feelings for two men. I found myself rooting for one and then rooting for the other. I felt as confused as she did! Checketts did a great job making me feel like Cassidy.
I also enjoyed the action and found myself clicking and clicking and clicking through my Kindle to get to the end and finally see how it would be resolved.
I also liked the secondary characters and felt they were developed well. And I thought Cassidy's pet names for the characters like "Hot Redhead," "Muscle Man," and "Greasy Beanpole" were funny, especially because I've found myself giving similar nicknames to people whose real names I don't know. I think that added a dimension of realism as well.
And I loved, loved, loved that it was clean.
Dead Running is exciting, action-packed, well-written, and has plenty of romance. I highly recommend it.
The novel also has some less important problems. There were compound sentences without commas and usuage errors like "...who had followed Damon and I." In addition, it was written in first person most of the time, but when it switched to the point of view of the two thugs, Al and Terry, the voice changed to third person. This seemed very odd, and I don't ever think I've seen that before.
The story held my interest; it was clean, except for one or two damns; and I did enjoy it, but for the ending. I would read more by Cami Checketts.