In the third book in Trinty Blacio’s best-selling Running in Fear series, it’s been little over a month, and Jaycee Manz has finally stopped running. The threats are gone. She has her three men—Remi LeBlathe and the brothers Dane and Mark Glassgo—who surround her with love and passion. Even after being hunted, seeing loved ones dying, and experiencing physical betrayal, Jaycee sees hope for the future with her men. With a baby on the way, a wedding to plan and Christmas right around the corner, she has never been happier. Now if she could just get rid of this gut feeling that something or someone is still after her, everything would be fine.
Remi, Dane and Mark have vowed no one will hurt their mate again, including themselves. They came too close to losing her for good because of their pride, but it won’t happen again. No one, neither family nor foe, will stop the shifters from giving Jaycee the home she’s always dreamed of—a place where she can feel safe, loved and at peace to raise their children.
Remi’s heart was in his throat as he gripped Jaycee tight, but it wasn’t enough. One minute she was next to him; the next thing he knew, she was flying out the front window. Her pain hit him like a brick wall. He growled, trying to undo his seat belt the truck coming to a stop. He had to get to her.
Remi couldn’t believe it. Shelly and her guard helped him look for his mate after they all had crawled out of the destroyed truck. Shelly had blood dripping down her cheek, while Remi and her guard had a few cuts on their arms.
The other truck had taken off as soon as it had hit them. He would find whoever did this and kill them right after he found Jaycee and made sure she was okay.
“Oh my God! Remi, over here. Call an ambulance, or something, quick!” Shelly screamed from the wooded area at the side of the road.
Remi ran toward Shelly, then stopped dead in his tracks as he saw his mate. She wasn’t moving and a big piece of metal stuck out of her belly. He dropped to his knees and felt his heart stop. His beast roared with anger and grief.