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by Lillian Duncan

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Big-city Lawyer. Country Farmer. In the normal course of events, their lives would never intersect . . . But some accidents aren't meant to be avoided. When attorney Reggie Meyers crashes into Dylan Monroe on the freeway, it makes a bad day even worse'or so she thinks until she discovers she's the prey in the deadly hunt of an unknown killer. Now, trusting

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Pursued 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Religious suspense
Bobbie6 More than 1 year ago
I loved the characters of the book. The hero is full of surprises as the plot thickens. Each character is unique, yet they blend into the story well and interact in great and sometimes humorous ways. An easy fun Sunday afternoon read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you like christian suspense, you'll love this book. Fast paced and easy to read. It is very detailed without being boring. I loved the characters. This is the first book I have read by this author. I checked and could not find any other books of hers but hope there are more. Can't wait.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the way "Pursued" was written with the twists and turns that kept me in the flow of things! I love Christian mysteries and this was one of the best I've ever read! I can't wait to see what happens to Reggie in the sequel to this book! Kudos to Ms. Duncan to her unique writing style! She's definitely a wonderful author and I plan to keep reading her books!!!!
JamieA More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. I did not want to put it down and hated to see it end. It was like reading a Dean Koontz novel only with an inspirational twist. I'll be looking for more books by Lillian Duncan.
GingerS219 More than 1 year ago
There are some books you can put down to come back to later and there are some you can't. This was one that I didn't want to put down. I had a little difficulty getting through the first few pages, but then it gets going and your off on the ride of your life - well, the ride of Reggie's life. You thought your day was bad, you haven't seen nothin' 'til you read about Reggie's day - from bad to worse. I loved it. There were sufficient twists and turns to keep you guessing. What's a good suspense if it's easy to figure out? Loved Dylan. Gives me the shivers. LOL Enjoy the ride!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very well written-good story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first few pages were a little boring but then it gets juicy. With every page I wanted more. Every gal needs a Dylan!! I just feel like the author jumps a bit with the detail, leaving it to the imagination, which many may like. It's a good read.
TammyK1 More than 1 year ago
The book is as good as its cover. Really enjoyed it!
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PastorHerb More than 1 year ago
My wife said it was a must read so I started reading. At first I thought it was a love story and then I turned the page. WoW. It flowed well - Characters were totally real - The Christian impact was refreshing and inspirational. Top that off with a terrific plot and wonderful conclusion. And You left me wanting more - Hurry with the sequel. Put me on the list - I want one! Pastor Herb Young
Adam412 More than 1 year ago
PURSUED BY Lillian Duncan The ultimate test of a good novel is the story told, and Lillian Duncan created a powerful story with Pursued. First the attorney, Reggie (short for Regina) Meyers is in danger of losing her job because of a grammatical error on a contract. At the airport on her way home, a woman accidentally whacks her in the head with luggage when she takes it from the carousel. Still dizzy from the blow, Reggie tries to weave her way through heavy traffic. She swerves to avoid a dog being chased by a child and an old pickup collides with her car. She doesn't care how handsome the driver is, she's angry. Since her vehicle absorbed most of the impact, he offers to drive her home. After he uses some persuasion, she goes with him only to find the door to her home wide open, her apartment ransacked, trashed and the furniture slashed. The owner of the pickup, Dylan Monroe, insists she can't stay in that apartment after such vandalism. The person might be a killer. Thus begins the chase. Reggie is pursued by someone who is serious about killing her. She's shot at, her phone is bugged, and bombs are placed on her car. Although Dylan just met her, he insists on protecting her. He takes her to his sister's house. When she's followed there, he moves her to his parents, then to a friend's place that is difficult to find and equipped with detection equipment. It takes a while for Reggie to understand why Dylan wants to help. He's a committed Christian and feels it's his calling to do what he can for a person in need. Reggie, abandoned by her parents at a young age, is in need of someone who cares. She grew up in foster homes and knows little of committed love and devotion. She fights being attracted to Dylan because he's a farmer and she's an attorney. The story is a great read, and that's why I give it five stars it deserves.
Running_Writer More than 1 year ago
When attorney Reggie Meyers and farmer Dylan Monroe smash their cars together, Reggie doesn't think things can get much worse. Little does she know, this accident is going to save her life--or at least she hopes. Reggie's pursued, but she has no enemies. A former foster child, a corporate lawyer, a quiet diabetic. Who would want to kill her. And how could Dylan love the country and farm life in a "trailer?" Duncan creates a wonderful read--fast, fun and furious. You won't be disappointed.