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by Linda Winstead Jones

Genre: Series, Silhouette Intimate Moments, Previously Published Series Imprints

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When her neighbor is killed,
Livvie Larkin takes the woman's
two young daughters to be reunited
with their father, the general who runs the small South American country of Camaria. She didn't expect the man to
be a dangerous wacko with the power
to do whatever he wants. Fleeing the palace, she is grabbed by Quinn Calhoun, a man sent to rescue her. Quinn has had contact with Livvie
in the past as well as a history with the
general—one that means they are
unlikely to escape with their lives. Running Scared (3) by Linda Winstead Jones is an action-packed adventure, with sex, danger and
personable characters. But flashbacks
make the book somewhat disjointed,
and the information in them not
as important to the present story
as it might be. And the attraction between Livvie and Quinn feels somewhat forced.

Reviewed By: Page Traynor

Publisher: Silhouette

Published: December 2004

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