My Dear Future Readers,
Jessica McCrory just ripped out my heart and glued it back together. She is the most incredible author I ever met. The Runner’s Daughter by Jessica McCrory is a masterpiece of epic proportions. Let me tell you, when I started reading this book, I had no idea what I would read or how I would react to it. But, this book….ladies and gentlemen, took me through self discovery and understanding like no other book ever could. I understand who I am now and in more ways than I care to admit, I saw myself in Jemma Saige.
Jemma Saige is a headstrong woman who fought against everything that people thought she was not to free herself and to come out on top. Not every woman can do that. But as I read the book, I began to understand that I am like her. Never stopping…going forward.
The romance between Caid King and Jemma Saige was so heartwarming and at the same time heartbreaking because of the fact that Jemma was running for her life and Caid was trying to help her. At different points in the book, I found myself crying because it was so real. Especially the part with Liam Charmont, he was a true “monster” and it made me consider the people I know who act like Liam Charmont. Yes, such people exist which is why it was so real to me.
I love this book so much! If I start talking about Caid… it would be about how I felt when I read this line. I felt safe and loved and I wished that Caid King was real. He is a remarkable character and I love how he “takes charge” of the situation. No matter what Caid protects the ones he loves. Jessica McCrory is an amazing person and author of romance and truthfully, I could see all this in my head. I love the way she writes her characters and I hope that one day I can write like that.
I would recommend The Runner’s Daughter by Jessica McCrory to everyone who likes romance suspense. Trust me, this book will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.
I look forward to hearing from you soon. I thank you all for your infinite support.
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