Running in Fear by Trinity Blacio
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"I was taken on an emotional roller coaster ride in this book. Not only do we get romance but action as well. The author does a wonderful job of combining the two and keeping the story fast paced and interesting." --Whipped Cream Erotic Romance Reviews (4.5 "cherries")

Jaycee Manz stared out at the crowd gathered around her. Everyone who was important to her was there celebrating with her. Jaycee realized now that for the past few weeks she had been surrounded by her family, but could never see it, until this night. Now, all she had to do was to find home.

Remi LeBlathe sat back in his chair and watched his small mate, Jaycee. Her days of running were over, and for once her smile reached her eyes. No matter what it took, he promised right then and there he would continue to keep that smile on her face, even if he had to kill to do it.

Dane and Mark Glassgo stood together, always alert for anyone who would threaten their mate, Jaycee. Dane knew the threats weren't over, but he still didn't know who would come at them next. Mark had never seen Remi so relaxed. He smiled and knew under that mask was a man who took no crap from anyone, including Mark. Jaycee owned all their hearts, but Remi was the glue that kept all of them together. With the four of them together, no one would dare step in their way. At least, Remi hoped so. They all deserved to have a normal life, a home.

But can they achieve the loving home they all deserve, or will the forces of evil stand in their way yet again? In this third installment of Trinity Blacio's best-selling series, these four lovers must find their way home...despite the odds.

About Trinity Blacio

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Published January 23, 2011 by Ravenous Romance. 141 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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