Running Wild

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  • Hardcover
  • 287 pages
  • Running Wild
  • Alison Fraser
  • English
  • 23 December 2017
  • 0263148203

About the Author: Alison Fraser

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Running Wild In bed with her tutor Kip was at an American college on an athletics scholarship But she needed to be than a good runner She was severely dyslexic, and luckily her gorgeous tutor Whit Delaney offered to help.Kip was grateful for his help she needed it if she was ever going to realize her dream of running at the Olympics Then, despite it breaking every college rule, Whit began to seduce her It was a mutual passion that could wreck both their careers. Best Read [ Running Wild ] Author [ Alison Fraser ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Running Wild

  1. Verity says:

    Not much romance,like a case study I was initially drawn by the back blurb which is misleading, BTW Heroine is NOT dyslexic, she s NOT grateful when offered help by her hawt temp professor who s a fill in for his ill dad The writing is a bit odd Heroine is an orphan, a driven athlete, lives a bleak, singular existence, mistakenly perceived as dyslexic, bullied by plastic college mates channeling Mean Girls Hero is a divorced, single dad w an ill mannered daughter, both become drawn t Not much roma...

  2. bookjunkie says:

    OOoooOoOOOOohhh I LOVED this Now, I m certain it won t be to everyone s taste but it sure hit plenty of right notes with me The sort of boyish heroine, her no bullshit, single minded attitude, it even hit my secret teacher student kink Kip s another one of those tortured souls with a sad, lonely past, but she s got a seriously lofty goal of winning Olympic gold for track and she s not letting little things like a reading disability and extreme poverty stand in her way She has an athletic sch OOoooOoOOOOohhh I LOVED this Now, I m certain it won t be to everyone s taste but it sure hit plenty of right notes with me The sort of boyish heroine, her no bullshit, single minded attitude, it even hit my secret teacher student kink Kip s another one of those tortured souls with a sad, lonely past, but she s got a seriously lofty goal of winning Olympic gold for track and she s not letting little things like a reading disability and extreme poverty ...

  3. Saly says:

    rating 3.5 starsI find this author s writing deeply conflicting because on the one hand her plot lines are really good but sometimes her writing can come across as very dry and angst filled Now, with this book I felt there was so much potential yet it never fulfilled it The heroine is a runner not because she loves it but because it was her parent s dream We see her run no matter what, despite her impoverished condition, failing grades Then, she meets the hero, who is her substitute teacher rating 3.5 starsI find this author s writing deeply conflicting because on the one hand her plot lines are really good but sometimes her writing can come across as very dry and angst filled Now, with this book I felt there was so much potential yet it never fulfilled it The heroine is a runner not because she loves it but because it was her parent s dream We see her run no matter what, despite her impoverished condition, failing grades Then, she meets the hero, wh...

  4. Melanieā™„ says:

    Although I was not tempted to dnf it, it was a rather dreary story I felt no real connection with either the H or h The hero was a beta type, but sleeping with a student is a big no no even if he was only filling in for his father May try one or twoby this author, but I don t think she s one for me.

  5. Charlie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book was alright the H seemed to fall for the h pretty quickly and she liked him but lead him a merry dance I kind of admired her for defending herself but she did really put him through the ringer keeping away from him for over a year He seemed a really nice guy who did kind things for her without ever expecting her to find out We never really did find out from ...

  6. Annette says:

    One of my favourite Mills and Boon romances my copy has been reread so many times