Tuesday, March 6, 2018
If I Live by Terri Blackstock
Casey Cox is still on the run. When she found her friend murdered she knew she was being set up by the same people that staged her father's suicide. Now Casey is out to prove that she is innocent, but she has to stay alive long enough to do that.
Casey has convinced Dylan of her innocence. He was hired to track her down, now he is in the cross hairs of the people determined that Casey will never be able to testify against them.
One exciting scene after another leads to the thrilling conclusion of this series. I think this one was my favorite out of all three books. Casey still has a desire to help the downtrodden, which ends up helping her when she starts working for an ambulance chasing lawyer, but the main focus of the story is on Casey and not the secondary people she helps out. Casey's relationship with Dylan develops more and I enjoyed reading their growing attraction for each other and the way they protected each other. The suspense was nail-biting and kept me wanting to continue onto the next chapter and the next, all the way to the end. I also loved reading about Casey's development of faith. It is woven throughout the story with a clear salvation message. An excellent conclusion that I highly recommend. But first you need to read the first two books in the series:
If I Run
If I'm Found