Run among Thorns

Run among Thorns

by Anna Louise Lucia
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Run among Thorns 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 76 reviews.
newbeeJB More than 1 year ago
This is a story of a strong man and a stonger woman and how though murder,spys and running they managed to make their world right! It was well written, exciting, and well worth the read! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its amaxing what someone (jenny) will do in a stressful situation. The man helping her Kier is great silent hero. Loved the romance even while in danger. Great story line 320 pgs
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unbelievable! COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For a book that started out so well, it fizzled rapidly. I'm beginning to question the veracity of these 5 star reports from "readers". In retrospect they are sounding more and more like tripe from the advertising department. In truth; after the initial shoot-em-up start, which was great, the he and she start producing internal hormonal dialogs accompanied with confused urges, wheezing and sighs. Arrgggaa... give me a break Jake! Has no one heard of character development, logical plot that shows real believable people thinking? People in serious situations don't plunge into rut mode to the exclusion of thought. I'm thinking I'm going to have to come up with some system to shop for my NOOK, several purchases of late have not lived up to the written hype; maybe the way to go is to read the one, two and three stars evaluations and to the devil with the rest.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written and edited, which is important to me. I would have given two stars for that alone. This book had a wonderful start, very engrossing. Alas, as soon as Kier turned up, I knew how the story was going to end up. There were some unexpected twists and turns along the way though, which I throughly enjoyed. I would love to see the wild Scottish shore someday, which this author depicted so enticingly. There was a lot of explicit sex starting about half way through so it is not a book suitible for younger readers. The author did not use profanity as an extender or as a replacement for words not thought of or known, which was also a welcome relief. This book while not perfect was close to it. I wish I could have given it four and a half stars. A good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jenny and Kier's story takes you on a wild rollercoaster ride. Emotions run high with all the suspense and sexual tension. I could not put this 225 page book down. A great read and would read this authors work again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this story. A must read. The editing was bad in some places but the story was still great.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book starts off with a bang and had a lot going for it. However, the last third of the book was mainly sex used as a filler.
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I really did enjoy this book'!! It had a good story line & romance is always good in an interesting book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story. The suspense piece was not what I expeccted, but it was good. There was a lot of sex in the last half and it almost took over in places. Overall, i liked the development of the characters and how they changed and grew throughout the story.
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LAWonder More than 1 year ago
'Run Among Thorns' - Not recommended for YA or conservative Christians., May 26, 2013 By LAWonder - See all my reviews This review is from: Run Among Thorns (Mass Market Paperback) I must have missed something in the book because i am uncertain where the title originated from. I can theorize a couple of ideas but i really do not feel the title was a good fit for the story. There was a few instances of very unneeded profanity. I realize in the "real" world it is commonplace but I feel in the literary world there are so many words and phrases it is unnecessary. (But that is my personal take on it.) The story began a little confusing but ion the reader was able to pick up the flow of the plot. It picks up into a faster paced story about half way through the book. It is a story of a "ex-Special Ops" Marine who has created his own high profile interrogation business. He is the best at what he does with little or no physical violence. A national agency was infiltrated by a terrorist group threatening to kill several workers. One, a lady reacting quickly to save them all killed the three terrorists and was deemed by the agency as an undercover spy. They were unable to get a confession from her through their interrogation methods so employed the ex'Marine, Kier, to succeed through his methods. Several other characters were brought successfully into the plot. During the isolated interrogation by Kier, and the strength of Jenny, the plot thickens and real adventure begins. There are several sees of events which occur which from then on throughout the rest of the story , keeps the reader on edge. There is a few sexually explicit references and scenes that were done tastefully but it ruined the novel for some of us. It was mostly well-written.
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I was pleasantly surprised at this book.  I got it free, so I wasn't expecting much.  It kept my interest up the whole time! It was well written and there was not alot of sex!  Now I have to buy the next book to see how Alan Waring's life goes!
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