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Too many loose ends and unanswered questions I was left disappointed. There were too many questions left unanswered in this book for me to feel it was better than OK 1 How in the world did she do what she did Her explanation was seriously lacking.2 What is up with her brother 3 I don t understand the whole agency thing It s never really discussed enough to provide any kind of historical information Heck, the author doesn t even give it a name.4 I will never understand how people can say they re in love with each other after two days.5 What kind of bo There were too many questions left unanswered in this book for me to feel it was better than OK 1 How in the world did she do what she did Her explanation was seriously lacking.2 What is up with her brother 3 I don t understand the whole agency thing It s never really discussed enough to provide any kind of historical information Heck, the author doesn t even give it a name.4 I will never understand how people can say they re in love with each other after two days.5 What kind of book is this It s not a trashy romance novel, although there are a couple of sex scenes It s not a mystery because very few questions are actually answered Honestly, it feels like the first book in a trilogy but the author decided just to go on and wrap it up 6 A prologue that introduced Jenny and her family would have been great, although a chapter dedicated to background information that is never given would have been better Were her parents killed in some sort of espionage set up Again, what is up with her brother Having grown up cutting my reader teeth on romantic suspense novels by Mary Stewart, I immediately know when I begin reading what will be, for me, a keeper Run Among Thorns opens with grim government agent types reviewing footage of Jenny Waring expertly dispatching her captors during a tense hostage situation The reader senses the appalling skills exhibited by the young woman have tossed her from the frying pan into the fire when we re introduced to Kier McAllister, a master of interrogatio Having grown up cutting my reader teeth on romantic suspense novels by Mary Stewart, I immediately know when I begin reading what will be, for me, a keeper Run Among Thorns opens with grim government agent types reviewing footage of Jenny Waring expertly dispatching her captors during a tense hostage situation The reader senses the appalling skills exhibited by the young woman have tossed her from the frying pan into the fire when we re introduced to Kier McAllister, a master of interrogation and psychological games of terror McAllister spirits Jenny out of the country and takes her to a secluded cottage in Scotland, where he plans to use every technique available to him to force Jenny to abandon her cover story The problem is, Jenny isn t an agent, secret or otherwise She s a young woman with outstanding survival instincts who learned marksmanship at an early age, but when faced with the hard core McAllister, she s hard pressed to convince him she isn t a product of special training being primed for military action When McAllister squares off against his captive in a test of wit and will, he gradually concludes Jenny might be nothan the innocent she claims to be He begins to suspect the agency who hired him has ulterior motives that have nothing to do with scoring Jenny as a new operative McAllister, who has always taken pride in his work, must now use every survival trick he knows to keep Jenny alive Fans of romantic suspense will find this novel satisfying because the story focuses on the building relationship between Jenny and Kier the special operative secret government agency theme forms a backdrop, but the story is really about the developing rapport between the two main characters On the strength of this debut novel, I m looking forward to the author s next release, Dangerous Lies I liked the author s writing stylistically and the book has promise, but I just couldn t make myself stay with it The story revolves around a woman named Jenny Waring who, when being held hostage, manages to snap free and kill three armed men There s no logical explanation for how she came to have the skills needed to do what she did, so a secretive agency to my reading, it sounded an awful lot like the CIA assumes she must be some sort of covert operative They bring her in for questioning, I liked the author s writing stylistically and the book has promise, but I just couldn t make myself stay with it The story revolves around a woman named Jenny Waring who, when being held hostage, manages to snap free and kill three armed men There s no logical explanation for how she came to have the skills needed to do what she did, so a secretive agency to my reading, it sounded an awful lot like the CIA assumes she must be some sort of covert operative They bring her in for questioning, determined to find out who she really is and who she works for.All very intriguing so far Given that the heroine really IS Jenny Waring, she doesn t waver from her innocuous story and as the book opens, Awful Secret Agency is handing her over to Kier McAllister for some extra special questioning Apparently, Kier s specialty lies in psychologically breaking down his subjects until they ll spill whatever anyone wants So, Kier takes Jenny off to his remote little cabin where he can bend her to his will What follows goes uncomfortably into the realm of psychological torture with a strong mix in of mental lusting Far from maintaining professional distance from Jenny, Kier finds himself reacting physically to her presence and Jenny is equally aware of him Given the power imbalance and all the other skeevy things going on, the blooming instalust was a little too close to Stockholm Syndrome for my tastes And since the early chapters were heavy on Stockholm Syndrome and lighter on the underlying suspense plot, I just gave up Run Among Thorns Not recommended for YA or conservative Christians., May 26, 2013By LAWonder See all my reviewsThis review is from Run Among Thorns Mass Market Paperback I must have missed something in the book because i am uncertain where thetitle originated from I can theorize a couple of ideas but i really do not feel thetitle was a good fit for the story.There was a few instances of very unneeded profanity I realize in the real worldit is commonplace but I feel in the literary wo Run Among Thorns Not recommended for YA or conservative Christians., May 26, 2013By LAWonder See all my reviewsThis review is from Run Among Thorns Mass Market Paperback I must have missed something in the book because i am uncertain where thetitle originated from I can theorize a couple of ideas but i really do not feel thetitle was a good fit for the story.There was a few instances of very unneeded profanity I realize in the real worldit is commonplace but I feel in the literary world there are so many words and phrasesit is unnecessary But that is my personal take on it The story began a little confusing but ion the reader was able to pick up the flow of theplot.It picks up into a faster paced story about half way through the book.It is a story of a ex Special Ops Marine who has created his own high profileinterrogation business He is the best at what he does with little or no physical violence.A national agency was infiltrated by a terrorist group threatening to kill several workers.One, a lady reacting quickly to save them all killed the three terrorists and was deemedby the agency as an undercover spy They were unable to get a confession from her throughtheir interrogation methods so employed the ex Marine, Kier, to succeed through his methods.Several other characters were brought successfully into the plot.During the isolated interrogation by Kier, and the strength of Jenny, the plot thickens and realadventure begins There are several sees of events which occur which from then on throughoutthe rest of the story , keeps the reader on edge.There is a few sexually explicit references and scenes that were done tastefully but it ruinedthe novel for some of us.It was mostly well written Not a clean read. I liked this book It was a freebie and I had never heard of the author but now I am interested in readingof her books.This story takes place both in the United States and Scotland but mostly the latter It was a little confusing for me figuring out exactly where home was for Jenny Waring, a young woman involved in a triple murder She is taken in for questioning and can t seem to convince anyone that she is not a trained killer and has no violence in her background The Agency has her I liked this book It was a freebie and I had never heard of the author but now I am interested in readingof her books.This story takes place both in the United States and Scotland but mostly the latter It was a little confusing for me figuring out exactly where home was for Jenny Waring, a young woman involved in a triple murder She is taken in for questioning and can t seem to convince anyone that she is not a trained killer and has no violence in her background The Agency has her drugged and shipped off to Scotland into the hands of Kier McAllister, a professional interrogator who also happens to be gorgeous and is known for his special skills He can break anyoneuntil he meets Jenny.The two develop a strange connection and when The Agency decides to break the rules and take Jenny back by force the two become partners Jenny just trying to survive and McAllister trying to keep her safe and alive.She brings out a softer side in him that he thinks is long dead and makes him question his skills while he brings out a stronger side of Jenny who can t quite believe the whole situation is real.This is a fast read A mixture of thriller and romance.I would have liked it better had the author spenttime developing the characters a bitbut all in all it was a good read Great synopsis that went NO WHERE When I got to the end where the mystery is revealed, all I could think of was Give me a break and You ve got to be kidding me It s ridiculous As for the hero heroine, they were fine but I didn t feel any chemistry between them I did like that the heroine was strong, independant, and a take no crap kind of girl Unlike a lot of the other whimpering, useless cry babies that you normally come across I am really tired of these romance novels ending with th Great synopsis that went NO WHERE When I got to the end where the mystery is revealed, all I could think of was Give me a break and You ve got to be kidding me It s ridiculous As for the hero heroine, they were fine but I didn t feel any chemistry between them I did like that the heroine was strong, independant, and a take no crap kind of girl Unlike a lot of the other whimpering, useless cry babies that you normally come across I am really tired of these romance novels ending with the H h falling in love in a matter of like 2 or 3 days, then get married, and the heroine pregnant I know this is fiction but come on Let s make it a littlerealistic But I will say one thing though the Kindle version of this novel is free on {DOWNLOAD EBOOK} ñ Run Among Thorns ⚢ A harrowing trio of murder, romance, and power propel the action forward in this story about little Jenny Waring In a moment of dire crisis, she did something exceptional, and the authorities want to know how and why she killed three armed men like a seasoned agent It s Kier McAllister s job to break Jenny Waring he s asking a lot of questions, and he isn t asking nicely Imaginative thriller, placing the protagonist Jenny, in an unlikely situation whereby she has done what needed to be done, but nobody else was willing to do Collared for this by the agency , she is placed in the hands of McAllistair, a man who makes a very healthy living from extracting information from those who do not want to give it, by any means necessary Upon discovering that Jenny is not who the agency think, he vows to protect her from them, as they go on the run together A thought pr Imaginative thriller, placing the protagonist Jenny, in an unlikely situation whereby she has done what needed to be done, but nobody else was willing to do Collared for this by the agency , she is placed in the hands of McAllistair, a man who makes a very healthy living from extracting information from those who do not want to give it, by any means necessary Upon discovering that Jenny is not who the agency think, he vows to protect her from them, as they go on the run together A thought provoking novel which verges on both the sinister and the mushy at times, exploring the ideas of government, what is above authority and a sprinkle of Stockholm syndrome thrown in for good measure An engaging read