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Runaway Romance by Miralee Ferrell

When a reality TV star meets the reality of life, will it be her downfall or her salvation?

RunawayRomanceFrontFinalAnn Stanway had it all—a starring role in a reality show, an adoring boyfriend, and a sparkling future with limitless possibilities. Until the rules changed and the life she’d thought was real no longer existed. Leaving L.A. seems like her only option, and she lands in Kentucky at a quiet Amish inn—as far removed from her past as possible. Now she knows what was missing in her life–peace, true friendship and, dare she hope, a man who accepts her for who she is–or at least who he thinks she is.  Hunter Lewis is intrigued by the new woman staying at his friend’s Amish inn. Annie appears to be what she claims, but she’s secretive and won’t open up. He’s been burned by a woman before and can’t tolerate deception. But his interest in Annie is growing, and the attraction seems to be mutual—until something happens that makes Hunter question everything he’d thought was real. Dare he risk his heart, when he’s certain Annie is keeping secrets?

My Review:

I thought the story was pretty good. Mirelee Ferrell did a good job creating believable characters. I liked some of the characters especially Annie and Sarah. It was easy to get caught up the story and what was going to happen. It will be interesting to see how the story and the movie are the same or different. I liked how she talked about forgiveness from the Lord in this book.

I recommend this book to my family and friends.

I received this book from the publisher to review and give my honest opinion.

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About the Author:

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I love life, love my family, love writing Christian fiction–reading, riding my horse and puttering in my garden are all ways I relax. I often have my little 7 lb Chihuahua, Lacey, on my lap when I’m working–there’s nothing like a warm ball of love on your lap to act as a stress reliever! First and foremost I’m a child of God and daughter of the King. I’ve been involved in women’s ministries for years, I’m married to a wonderful man, have two grown children, two cats, two dogs, 10 chickens and ride my son-in-law’s Arabian mare since my old mare passed in 2013. We live about 9 miles from the nearest town on 11 acres, in a peaceful setting surrounded by trees.  I started writing shortly after I turned 50, and discovered I loved it so much I don’t want to stop. I have 15 novels out & a five book set of horse novels for middle-grade girls. I write both women’s contemporary fiction, historical & contemporary romance, and horse/mystery novels for girls. One of my Western romances, Love Finds You in Sundance, WY, was awarded the Will Rogers Medallion for Western Fiction, three books have been optioned as movies, and several books have been on the ECPA best seller list.

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Giveaway:

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In honor of her tour, Miralee is giving away a grand prize of a Kindle Fire! Click the link HERE to enter! Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries!

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7 thoughts on “Runaway Romance by Miralee Ferrell

  1. I’m with NZ. Can’t wait to see how close the movie gets to the book. Although I must admit, I generally like to see the movie first. That way, I have a better shot at enjoying them both without rueing the changes (e.g., Pride and Prejudice; but the A&E miniseries I saw was so good, it wouldn’t have mattered.) 🙂
    I hope the book and movie both are a huge success!!

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