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Runaway Mistress Jennifer Chaise prides herself on being the perfect mistress Her latest boyfriend wealthy high roller Nick Noble is good to her showering her with money gifts and trips to exotic places Unfortunately on this particular trip to Las Vegas Nick's spouse shows up and Jennifer walks into a scene where the wife's bloody body is sprawled facedown on the bed To make matters worse Jennifer hears Nick barking orders to his goons to take care of her too Terrorized Jennifer a head turning beauty shaves her head and eyebrows and hides out in Boulder City finding a job as a waitress in a mom and pop cafe It's hard for Jennifer now Doris to keep a low profile in such a friendly little town especially when her neighbor turns out to be a cop

10 thoughts on “Runaway Mistress

  1. Melindam Melindam says:

    35 starsThis has been my first book by author Robyn Carr and definitely not the lastIt is a lovely comfort read a literary euivalent of a nice cup of tea and a warm blanket on a rainy day or a light breezy cocktail on a summer beach a nice choice for all seasons Choose your own mental picture Big thanks to Ange for the recommendation

  2. ♥Rachel♥ ♥Rachel♥ says:

    Robyn Carr rarely disappoints Wasn't fond of the life Jennifer had when the book first started but this was about change and finding out what is really important Jennifer didn't have many friends or appreciate the simple things in life until she was forced to Loved the friendships and the romance Alex was a normal guy no yacht or millions to his name but their feelings for each other were so very genuine and passionate Hated Sylvia Hedda's mother She was a piece of work

  3. Ange H Ange H says:

    Runaway Mistress is a terrible title and I went into this with low expectations To my surprise I just loved it The story has elements of Sister Act and Sleeping with the Enemy Jennifer Chaise has spent her youth living the glamorous jet set life of girlfriend on the side for a series of wealthy marrried men This seems sleazy but her background and kindhearted personality make you like her anyway On vacation in Vegas she witnesses her current shady boyfriend commit a terrible crime and is terrified that he'll try to silence her Jennifer flees to a small town changes her name and radically alters her appearance She gets a job as a waitress at the local diner and is soon charmed by the friendly locals and this completely different way of living But will her past destroy the new life she is building?This book had vivid and interesting characters nice friendships and a sweet romance I didn’t 100% care for the melodramatic ending but overall an above average chic lit offering

  4. Judy Judy says:

    I picked this book up hoping it was an easy read to take my mind off of wedding planning but I found out that I'd rather read it than flip through a bridal magazine Very entertaining and for some reason you feel yourself relating to the characters in this book

  5. Eve Eve says:

    Previously Published as Runaway MistressJennifer Chaise the mistress of a high flying businessman witness something in their Las Vegas hotel room that put her in danger She flee and hide out in a small Nevada town Working as a waitress in the local diner she finds herself enjoying her simple new life friends sense of community and purpose But her past is about to catch up with her I liked this story a lotIf you enjoyed this one you may like Death Angel Ain't She Sweet?

  6. Brandy Brandy says:

    Robyn Carr never disappoints This was a good one

  7. Lady Delacour Lady Delacour says:

    Swept Awayinto a LivelyLifetime MovieFast forwardedthe embarrassingRomance content25 Escapism StarsListened with TTSNot CleanMild Foul Language

  8. Laurie Ryan Laurie Ryan says:

    I’ve been loving Robyn Carr’s Virgin River series so I thought I’d step away from it for a moment and try something else Runaway Mistress is a different kind of love story than I’ve read before Alex and Jennifer er Doris don’t have their first real interaction until about page 100 but it’s worth the wait And Jennifer’s metamorphosis throughout the book is seamless and interesting I also have to say the final line is this story is one of the best I’ve ever read It’s perfect for the story and the character So whether it’s her Virgin River series or another story Robyn Carr has written I’m officially a fan

  9. Beth Beth says:

    This one was a surprise gem for me With Carr I know I’m always going to get a cozy warm small town feel and she didn’t disappoint The secondary characters and the town itself were the stars in this story for me I loved how the author wove them into the story and how each person contributed to the heroine’s transition I admit that I was a bit skeptical when I started Swept Away Jennifer is distant and unemotional at first but I think her journey of self discovery was even of a draw for me than the romance I thought Carr’s style felt a bit like Nora Roberts at times with a strong suspense element always looming As usual it wouldn’t be a Carr book without a little soap opera drama but I enjoyed experiencing how Jennifer realizes what matters the most in life My only complaint is that I thought the ending was a bit abrupt I did enjoy the small epilogue though so I’m giving it 45 stars I recommend this book for both romance and women’s fiction readers

  10. Pamela(AllHoney) Pamela(AllHoney) says:

    Jennifer Chaise believes she witnessed a crime and that her boy friend is out to kill her She flees to a small town and gets a job as a waitress She makes many friends in the small town including Alex a copThe story had a bit of a chick lit vibe to it and the romance element starts later than most romance novels do The book centers on Jennifer and her journey away from the life she once had and learning to fit in with the new friends she is making There were a few heart wrenching moments but we get our HEA happily ever after in the endOverall I really enjoyed the book But I did feel that most romance readers might feel the story dragged in the romance portion But it never got boring for me and that is very important to my enjoyment

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