Review: Running Free by K. Webster

Running Free
Running Free by K. Webster

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Running Free by K. Webster – 4 Stars

“It means that I’ll never love another. That I’ll be one-hundred percent devoted to you. I’ll be yours in every sense of the word.”

So I normally do not read fantasy books but I wanted to give it a try because I love “Give Me Yesterday” by K. Webster and I have to say surprisingly I really enjoyed this book.
The story is about a shifter, Frankie who was in and out of foster homes and eventually ran way and settled in a town of Woodland Creek. She was taken under Otis’s wing – who acts as a father figure to her. Frankie has a big heart – she seeks out other teenage shifters and takes care of them. Until one day tragedy strikes and several young shifters’ lives were taken. Frankie is determined to find justice for her friends. It is then that she meets Gunner, a hot human detective. Gunner is strong and protective and he is intrigued by the young Frankie. There is something about her that he cannot resist.
“You’re my missing piece, hadanka. My other half. My whole heart.”

Running Free has a nice balance of a cute, sweet love story with a little mystery and action. The story flows nicely from the beginning to the end… there is no break or boring moment – once you start you want to find out what happens next. Who kills the shifters? Can a shifter and a human get together? Will Frankie and Gunnar have a happily ever after?

“I knew you were mine the first time I saw you.”

K. Webster does not disappoint. She can write pretty much everything and make it sound good.

If you are a fan of paranormal romance this book is for you!!! If you are not a paranormal romance fan – give it a try anyways 🙂
This book is well-written!
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