Casey Cox is still on the run, fleeing prosecution for a murder she didn’t commit. Dylan Roberts—her most relentless pursuer—is still on her trail, but his secret emails insist he knows the truth and wants to help her. He’s let her escape before when he had her in his grasp, but trust doesn’t come easily.
As Casey works to collect evidence about the real murderers, she stumbles on another unbearable injustice: an abused child and a suicidal man who’s also been falsely accused. Casey risks her own safety to right this wrong and protect the little girl from her tormenters. But doing so is risky and may result in her capture—and if she’s captured, she has no doubt she’ll be murdered before she ever steps foot in a jail cell.
My ReviewAccused of murdering her journalist friend, Casey Cox is on the run again, pursued by the private investigator hired to find her, and by the crooked cops who set her up. As with If I Run, we follow along as she attempts to prove her innocence. This time, she heads to Dallas to follow a lead, but again gets caught up in the lives of the people she meets.
Meanwhile, she is being chased by crooked cops who want to pin the murder on her, and a straight-talking PI who knows she’s innocent, but hasn’t worked out how to prove it … or who he can trust. If I’m Found is a well-written fast-paced action-packed read. If you read and enjoyed If I Run, or enjoy thriller and suspense novels, then I absolutely recommend If I’m Found.
But don’t read If I’m Found if you haven’t read the first book in the series, If I Run, because If I’m Found follows straight on from the end of If I Run and you’ll want to read them in order.
Don’t read If I’m Found if you don’t like books written in first person, because If I’m Found is written in first person from three different points of view. That will annoy some readers.
Don’t read If I’m Found if you prefer light romances where the hero and heroine experience only first-world middle-class conflicts and problems, like broken fingernails and not being able to connect to wifi. Casey has serious will-she-live problems.
Don’t read If I’m found if you want a story with a definite end. If I’m Found is the second book in the series, and who ever heard of a series with just two books? Yes, this book has a definite plot with a definite end, but it’s also part of a longer series with an overall plot arc that this novel contributes towards but doesn’t finish.
And don’t read If I’m Found if you’ve just paid for a manicure. Because this will ruin your manicure.
Warning: If I’m Found has some adult situations … well, what should be adult situations except the victim is a small child. Nothing is spelled out, but it still managed to get my heart pumping with anger, and I could absolutely understand why Casey chose to put herself in another potentially compromising situation.
A must for thriller fans!
Thanks to NetGalley for providing a free ebook for review.
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