Bethany Campbell has written more than twenty novels and many more under the name of Lisa Harris. She has received three RWA RITA Awards and three Romantic Times Reviewer Awards over the years. Bethany lives with her husband in Northwest Arkansas.
See How They Run: A Loveswept Classic Romanceby Bethany Campbell
A gifted teacher for special-needs children, Laura Stoner loves her charges, especially eight-year-old autistic twins Rickie and Trace Fletcher. An ordinary day on the school playground/b>
In this harrowing, pulse-pounding story of romance and danger by Bethany Campbell, two strangers race to save innocent children from a crime lord’s hit men.
A gifted teacher for special-needs children, Laura Stoner loves her charges, especially eight-year-old autistic twins Rickie and Trace Fletcher. An ordinary day on the school playground turns into a nightmare when shots ring out and an old man lies dead. By witnessing the drive-by shooting, the boys become innocent targets of a dangerous syndicate. Now U.S. Attorney Mike Montana is tasked with getting the boys and their beautiful, determined teacher out of harm’s way.
But it’s getting harder by the minute. There’s a leak inside the Witness Protection Program and no matter how fast or far they run, the bad guys spot their every move. Part of Mike wants to deny the fierce possessive attraction growing for Laura. But desire wins, and soon he’s in over his heart, aware that nothing means more to him than getting them all out of this one alive.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from these Loveswept titles: In the Arms of the Law, Ivy Secrets, and The Rose of Blacksword.
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This is an especially good book. The author did an excellent job of bringing information about autistic children to a very exciting novel.
See How They Run by Bethany Campbell 5 STARS Wow a lot of action in this story. There is some love scenes,swear words and violence. The story is centered around two twin brothers,Rickie & Trace who are autistic that witnessed a murder outside their special school. They have great memory for numbers. They saw the killer's face,make and color of car and even the licence numbers. The dead guy turns out to be a Mafia head and suspects is the Columbian cartel. Their teacher was standing by them so all three were taken in to a safe house. Their is a joint agency task force that is in charge of them. Someone sold their identys & pictures in the paper so they had to relocate them. As they are comming into the gate they run into a trap and some of the guards get killed and wounded. Jefferson of the FBI is wounded badly. Montana is excop who now is lawyer gets the 5 of them away. They know now that their is a leak in the task force so they can't go in. Montana knows a 80 year old doctor who helps them. Their are a lot of different places they go to hide and figure out what to do next. They are in a lot of trouble no one knows if Jefferson was left back in New York or if he is on the run with them. Laura is trying to keep the boys from freaking out from all the things that are surrounding them. They don't do well with change. They take boxes of the boys stuff with them at all the moves. I did not put the book down till I had finshed reading it. Laura and Montana romance was a little weak. I would read more books like this one. I was given this ebook to read in exchange for honest review from Netgalley. 02/13/2012 PUB Random House Publishing Group Loveswept