[Reading] ➽ Runaway Mistress By Robyn Carr – Burberry-outlets-online.co.uk

Runaway Mistress Jennifer Chaise Prides Herself On Being The Perfect Mistress Her Latest Boyfriend, Wealthy High Roller Nick Noble, Is Good To Her, Showering Her With Money, Gifts, And Trips To Exotic Places Unfortunately, On This Particular Trip To Las Vegas, Nick S Spouse Shows Up, And Jennifer Walks Into A Scene Where The Wife S Bloody Body Is Sprawled Facedown On The Bed To Make Matters Worse, Jennifer Hears Nick Barking Orders To His Goons To Take Care Of Her, Too Terrorized, Jennifer, A Head Turning Beauty, Shaves Her Head And Eyebrows And Hides Out In Boulder City, Finding A Job As A Waitress In A Mom And Pop Cafe It S Hard For Jennifer, Now Doris, To Keep A Low Profile In Such A Friendly Little Town, Especially When Her Neighbor Turns Out To Be A Cop.


About the Author: Robyn Carr

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10 thoughts on “Runaway Mistress

  1. says:

    Robyn Carr rarely disappoints Wasn t fond of the life Jennifer had when the book first started, but this was about change and finding out what is really important Jennifer didn t have many friends or appreciate the simple thin...


  2. says:

    I picked this book up hoping it was an easy read to take my mind off of wedding planning, but I found out that I d rather read it than flip through a bridal magazine Very entertaining and for some reason you feel yourself relating to the characters in this book.


  3. says:

    I ve been loving Robyn Carr s Virgin River series, so I thought I d step away from it for a moment and try something else Runaway Mistress is a different kind of love story than I ve read before Alex and Jennifer, er, Doris, don t have their first real interaction until about page 100, but it s worth


  4. says:

    Jennifer Chaise believes she witnessed a crime and that her boy friend is out to kill her She flees to a small town and gets a job as a waitress She makes many friends in the small town, including Alex, a cop.The story had a bit of a chick lit vibe to it and the romance element starts later than most romance


  5. says:

    A very enjoyable read It could have been a smidgesuspenseful but overall I liked it.


  6. says:

    Still on my women s fiction, audiobooks that I can listen to as part of my subscription kick.I ve read quite a few Robyn Carr books and of all the ones I ve read this one does not really feel like a Robyn Carr book.Our heroine is Jennifer a professional mistress of rich older men She is blond dyed , beautiful, had some collage


  7. says:

    This is a book that I picked up at a sale and read it for a challenge I really enjoyed it, there are many twists and turns and a few tears but the story played out well for me.


  8. says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed this contemporary romance that reminded me a lot of the first books in the Virgin River series except substitute Jack s Bar with the diner Nicely written and the characters kept me interested Plenty of side characters that complemented the story nicely like Virgin River It did have a feel of chic lit, but I did not mind that


  9. says:

    I highly recommend Swept Away Excellent story Why do I think so Robyn Carr s Swept Away weaves together so many things I treasure in a well told tale, so very genuinely I ve lived only 15 of my years so far in small towns in the Southwest, but Swept Away brought those wonderful years back to me The dusty, hot winds of summer, and the much cooler nights


  10. says:

    Jennifer Chaise has spent her whole adult life being some rich man s mistress After a rocky childhood, she was determined to have security But when she finds her boyfriend s wife dead in their Vegas hotel room, she takes off into hiding, thinking she s next In the small Nevada town, she meets officer Alex Nichols, who knows she s hiding something Jennifer also d


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