Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko
It started with the USA TODAY bestseller If I Run. Now Casey’s journey continues in If I’m Found.
Casey doesn’t know why Dylan let her escape just as the police were closing in, but she knows she’s got to hide again. New name, new look, new city, new job.
But hiding isn’t enough. Somehow, she’s got to bring Brent’s killer to justice. Can she gather enough evidence without getting caught? And even though she wants to trust Dylan, can she really?
When they go after her sister, Casey knows her time is running short. Turning herself in presents its own set of problems but if it will help protect Hannah, she’ll gladly do it—but will it?
Master suspense writer Terri Blackstock keeps readers entranced in part two of her new USA TODAY bestselling series.
This is a fast thrilling ride of a read. You will not be left on quite as much of a hang off as book number two, but you will for sure be left wanting to get book #3. If I’m found gives us the continuation of Casey’s story, while she is once again on the run. Dylan’s story, with the PTSD is very pronounced and really helps us to get inside his head and work to understand him.
I did feel as though I was reminded that this was fiction in this story, a few times, but still, I was engaged and delighted throughout.
This book is available for purchase wherever books are sold and Amazon.