Run To You

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Harper Collins, Sep 24, 2013 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Rachel Gibson, New York Times bestselling author of Rescue Me, returns to Texas with a tale of what happens when a tough guy meets his match—and falls harder than a ton of red-hot bricks . . .

There's nothing like fleeing Miami to ruin a girl's day.

Stella Leon's bartending gig was going fine until gorgeous ex-Marine Beau Junger decked her mob-connected boss, spirited her out of the city, and claimed that Stella's half-sister—the one with the perfect life—sent him. Now Stella has no choice but to go along for the ride . . . and seduce

Beau's military-issue socks off . . .

The Marine Corps was Beau's escape from his old man's legacy of naval heroism and serial philandering, but no amount of training could prepare him for the day he looked in the mirror and saw his father staring back. The answer: swear off meaningless sex. Oh, and find a way to make Stella Leon quit being so damn hot . . .

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User Review  - dianaleez - LibraryThing

Rachel Gibson has provided some fun filled evenings for me; I've escaped carpools, insulting scales, and the pressures of daily life to escape into her funny and sexy novels. And I was really hoping ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bette_Hansen - LibraryThing

We're back in Lovett, Texas - or at least on our way. Beau is trying to get Stella to Texas to meet her sister Sadie. Stella is trying to stay alive. This is a fun sexy story that takes us on that journey. I highly recommend this book!! Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Rachel Gibson lives in Idaho with her husband, three kids, two cats, and a dog of mysterious origin. She began her fiction career at age sixteen, when she ran her car into the side of a hill, retrieved the bumper, and drove to a parking lot, where she strategically scattered the car's broken glass all about. She told her parents she'd been the victim of a hit-and-run and they believed her. She's been making up stories ever since, although she gets paid better for them nowadays.

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