Family on the Run

Family on the Run

by Margaret Watson

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Overview

Chase Remington had been hired to rescue a woman and her baby from the war-torn country of San Marcos. A simple job for the former Army Ranger and CIA agent – until he discovers that Paloma is dead and the woman who once betrayed Chase is caring for the baby.

Andi McGinnis is equally unhappy to see Chase. Besides saving baby Paolo, she has an agenda in Sam Marcos, and she doesn't want Chase to get in her way. But to rescue Paolo and get vital intelligence to the CIA, they're forced to work together.

As they race through the jungle, trying to stay one step ahead of their pursuers, long-simmering desire bursts into flames. With their lives at stake, can they learn to trust each other and work together?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157342890
Publisher: Margaret Watson
Publication date: 06/04/2017
Series: Into the Storm , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 182,100
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

USA Bestselling author and two-time Rita finalist Margaret Watson has sold millions of copies of her forty+ books. After writing spicy Harlequin romances, Margaret dials it up a notch with her latest, the Donovan Family series. Once you start reading these sexy romantic suspense stories about a family of Chicago cops, you won't be able to stop.

When not writing, Margaret practices veterinary medicine. She lives near Chicago with her husband, three daughters and a menagerie of pets.

Susan Elizabeth Phillips, NYT bestselling author, says, "Margaret Watson, a star in the world of contemporary romance, grabs you on the opening page and keeps you reading to the happily ever after."

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Family on the Run 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Jolie More than 1 year ago
I was a little sad when I started reading Family on the Run. I had gotten into the Into the Storm series and I got attached to all the characters. I was excited to read Family on the Run because it was Chase’s story. I had been curious about him from To Save His Child and I wondered who he would be paired up with. The plot of Family on the Run was one that kept me on the edge of my seat. I was taken back to the country of San Marcos, where this series started. Chase is sent there to extract an informant and her child. She had important information about the dictator, El Diablo, who ruled the country. Instead, he is met by his ex-teammate/love interest, Andrea. He is told that Paloma, the informant, is dead and has left behind a 4-month-old baby that Andrea has cared for. El Diablo is after the baby, determined to kill him. Andrea is determined to reach the capital city and get to the safety of the local CIA headquarters. Unfortunately, El Diablo’s men get there before they could escape. That leaves their only route of escape through the jungle. Will they make it? Will they find out who the mole is at the CIA headquarters? Will El Diablo get caught and brought to trial for his crimes against the people of his country? Read the book!! I liked Andrea but man, was she under a ton of stress. She was thrust into motherhood when Paloma was killed. She also was trying to bring down El Diablo….for some very personal and sad reasons. On top of that, she had intense feelings of guilt for her role in the death of her and Chase’s teammate. And she was also fighting her attraction for Chase. I was surprised that she didn’t crack. I also thought that her stress level would go down once they reached the capital city of Monterez. It didn’t. Actually, her stress level didn’t go away until the end of the book. I felt bad because I wouldn’t have been able to work under that level of stress. I loved Chase. He was so conflicted about his feelings for Andrea until about the middle of the book. He blamed her for the death of their teammate and hated her for it. But at the same time, he was attracted to her. I liked how he worked through his feelings for Andrea and forgave her. I also like he was an Alpha but not overwhelmingly so. He gave Andrea her space when needed, supported her when she needed it and worked with her. I also loved that he had such a strong bond with Paolo. I loved the sex scenes but I did get a little grossed out by the ones in the jungle. All I could think of was “bugs“. Considering that jungles have bugs that like to lay their eggs under human skin, it did gross me out. Once they got to the capital and had a bed, the sex became hot for me. I liked the end of Family on the Run. It was a little anticlimactic but it ended well. All the plotlines were ended in a way that satisfied me as a reader. I loved the epilogue!!! Family on the Run is a fast-paced romance that kept me glued to the book. I grew to care about the characters. This is a book, and a series, that I will read again. **I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to review it**
green____ More than 1 year ago
Romance on the run... Here we have Chase Remington's story... go along a dangerous trek through the jungle with this suspenseful second chance love story! Page after page had me glued to the book! It had a nice flow to the storyline... enjoyed seeing how the characters' tale played out! A HEA that brought a big smile to my face!!!
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Family on the Run by Margaret Watson Into the Storm #5 I know there is another book in the series to look forward to at some point in the future but for the moment this is the last book available in this series. The premise of the series is that a group of men going into battle during a dust storm and it impacts each of the men in a different way. This is Chase Remington’s story and tells of his leaving the Army, becoming a CIA operative and then leaving the CIA to open his own PI/Personal Security business in Denver. His current job has taken him to another country where he meets up with Andrea “Andi” McGinnis. He thought he was going to remove a woman and her child from a remote village and instead is taking out the informant’s baby and the female undercover operative in the village. With a trek to reach the main town and problems aplenty the two grow closer and the attraction they felt three years before is even stronger than it once was. This book is an adventure filled with suspense that tasks the couple physically, emotionally and professionally as they carry a secret related to El Diablo to the agency and try to keep baby Paolo and themselves alive. There is a HEA ending that was perfect for all. I am sorry to see the series end (for a bit) and do look forward to reading Tucker’s book when it is finished. Thank you to the author for the copy of this book – this is my honest review. 3-4 Stars