“Run to You” starts out a new contemporary series. In the book, both Ethan and Gabby are trying to move on from their pasts. Gabby is trying to forget her ex and Ethan is trying to make a name for himself in his home town.
Gabby and Ethan both agreed to pretend they were dating so that his grandmother can rest and be happy knowing Ethan is well taken care of.
But are they really fooling Dixie? Will Gabby and Ethan find they have things in common?
The moral of the story is don't be afraid of new things and conquer your fears.
I liked this book. “Run to You” made me smile. It was just a little long in some places for me.
ONE LITTLE LIE. A WHOLE LOTTA TROUBLE.
Moments after meeting the most gorgeous guy ever, Gabby Winters promptly gets stung by a zillion yellowjackets and falls-not gracefully-into a stream. Yup, Ethan Hunter is trouble with a capital "hot," and Gabby definitely needs to keep her distance. Except in the small town of Haven, there's nowhere to hide from Ethan's sexy, infectious grin . . . and all the residents are conspiring against her.
At the center of the town's matchmaking is Ethan's grandmother, who's convinced their relationship is a done deal. Rather than break her heart, Gabby and Ethan find themselves cornered into pretending to be falling in love. The problem: there's serious sizzling attraction between them. And if this charade continues, they won't fool just the entire town - they might fool themselves too . . .