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If I'm Found (If I Run Series) Paperback – March 21, 2017
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Get the whole If I Run series in this giftable boxed set
Book 1: If I Run
The USA TODAY bestseller!
Casey knows the truth. But it won’t set her free.
Book 2: If I'm Found
In this riveting sequel to the USA TODAY bestseller If I Run, evil lurks, drawing Casey out of the shadows . . . but there is light shining in the darkness.
Book 3: If I Live
The hunt is almost over.
With If I Live, Terri Blackstock takes us on one more heart-stopping chase in the sensational conclusion to the If I Run series.
This boxed set features
- All three USA Today bestselling installments of the If I Run series
- Gorgeous, stunning complementary covers
- A giftable box with the stunning series cover art
- Discussion questions in the back of each book
'Emotions, tensions and suspense all run high in this fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat thriller. The continuing storyline in Blackstock’s If I Run series keeps readers hungrily devouring each new book and waiting impatiently for the next.' (RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars, TOP PICK)
About the Author
Terri Blackstock has sold over seven million books worldwide and is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author. She is the award-winning author of Intervention, Vicious Cycle, and Downfall, as well as such series as Cape Refuge, Newpointe 911, the SunCoast Chronicles, and the Restoration Series. Visit her website at www.terriblackstock.com; Facebook: tblackstock; Twitter: @terriblackstock.
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In the first book, If I Run, Casey Cox is framed by corrupt cops for the death of her best friend, Brent Pace. She knows who has done it because Brent has been digging into the death of Casey's father that occurred when Casey was twelve years old and found his body hanging from the ceiling fan, Before he died, Brent sent a flash drive to Casey. Her landlord gave it to Hannah, Casey's sister, who sent it to Casey. Andy Cox was a cop whose death was ruled suicide but his family knows that he would never kill himself. When Casey found Brent's body, she left town knowing that she would be accused of the murder. She has been doing what she can to stay alive by getting false driver's license and social security cards so that she can work to make money to live.
We met Dylan Roberts in the first book. He grew up with Brent and was hired by the Pace family to find Casey and bring her back to the Shreveport Police Department to stand trial. Dylan has decided that Casey might be innocent, based on the flash drive that Casey sent to Dylan. With his background as a criminal investigator in the Army, he is investigating cops in the department that are implicated in the flash drive and by Casey. He is covertly helping Casey while pretending to be trying to bring her in. The journey continues to be a wild ride full of moments of danger and near capture. I had trouble putting these books down. Terri Blackstock is a great writer. She knows how to write suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat. I highly recommend this series.
I had such mixed feelings about this book, though I did like it a bit better than the last one in this series. At times, I absolutely hated it and found myself thinking, "There is no way I will ever read the last volume of this series." By the time the book ended, though, I had changed my mind about that and there were parts of the book that I ended up enjoying.
There were definitely some things that bugged me at times. The story can be so heavy in places that I didn't want to keep reading. This book also includes a trigger warning for suicidal thoughts, as did the first book in the series.
I found myself thinking with frustration, "Why don't they just head to an FBI office in another area instead of going about this the way they are? Why!? Why?? WHY???" If she is a fugitive crossing state lines, wouldn't the FBI be working on her case anyway?
I liked that the connection between Casey and Dylan had a chance to get going in this book. The addition of Dex, another "good guy" also helped a lot with the way I ended up feeling about the story.
Overall, I liked it at some points and hated in others, so my rating stands a bit in the middle. It was definitely better than the first one. I'm looking forward to reading the last book when it's released in March.
If you haven’t read If I Run - stop reading IMMEDIATELY and RUN out and get a copy - or easier, download to your e reader. That’s because If I’m Found doesn’t dilly dally with any “Previously on . . . “ but jumps straight into the action regardless of how many months ago one read the first instalment. I love the confidence in that - of course we will remember what happened before, that’s how exciting it was!!
Casey Cox is back along with her nemesis Dylan Roberts, but with more and more evidence beginning to convince Dylan that Casey isn’t the hardened fugitive he once imagined. This thawing long distance relationship forges a uneasy alliance between the hunter and the hunted. It makes for a taunt adrenaline laced tale which is a story one wants to plough through as quickly as possible rather than saver. This reminded me of the TV series 24 on speed. Just when you pause to catch you breath - the next scene leaves you breathless all over again.
Personally it’ll be a hard 11 months until If I Live releases - but I’m sure the tension will hold on out and it will all play out to a satisfying conclusion. No pressure then!!.
Terri Blackstock delivers another wonderful story that kept me reading into the early morning hours and turning the pages to see what would happen. With If I'm Found, the small story plot that Casey finds herself involved in isn't as intimate as the previous book. She is more of that outside observer who makes a difference through secondary resources.
Again, I am enjoying a character who is feminine and yet not helpless. Casey Cox is portrayed as a strong Southern woman who doesn't cower before an adversary. I can't help but feel my heart speed up with every close call.
Dylan is a man I'm beginning to admire greatly. His own shortcomings make me more human and real to me. He isn't this chiseled, perfect specimen swooping in to save the damsel. He's a man of God determined to bring justice to the wrongs committed.
Terri Blackstock also portrays the mind of a soulless man well without giving in to compromise and using vulgar or coarse language. This heightens the tension of the story and gives it an elevation that made me read faster and spurred me on this suspenseful journey.
If I'm Found superseded If I Run. And I'm extremely excited, but still willing to be patient, to read the next installment and see how the story will conclude. As always, another great book by a truly wonderful author.
Top international reviews
The characters are believable and the secondary stories in both books create extra tension.
I normally get a series when they are complete so I can read one after the other, so am really disappointed that I have to wait for the next one.
Great plot, and lots of excitement to keep you guessing at what's going to happen.
Can't wait to the next book!