Running with the Wicked by Wendi Zwaduk

Running with the Wicked by Wendi Zwaduk
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short story (93 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Find what you need at the Refuge. A place to stay, a warm body…love?

What’s a human refugee to do when the last place to hide is gone? For Rachel, the choice is clear—run to Jon. She’s crushed on him from afar. He plays hard, seemingly without regrets. He can save her, but does he return her affections?
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Jon Schiff has a past he isn’t ready to talk about and he prefers to live the life of a bachelor instead of taking his rightful place as a Fae prince. When Rachel shows up on his doorstep, battered and scared, he can’t turn her away. The sweet-natured human intrigues him and makes him want to confront his messy past.

But when ghosts from their collective pasts threaten their present, will she accept him as her mate or decide there can be no future with him?

If they’re both willing to run with the wicked, they just might find their hearts’ true desire.

Imagine a world gone dark, where humans are now the lowest on the food chain. This is the world Rachel is living in. With one bad choice following another, she ends up in The Refuge, which appears to be anything but.

This isn’t the first book by this author I have read, but it’s the first one that travels at the speed of light. The pacing is very fast, and for that reason, I found myself unable to relate to the characters or situations as much as I would do normally. The writing and storyline are still very good, but I just felt lost a few times, when the situation changed suddenly, or the characters professed their love with no real build-up.

This is the first book in a new series and I would definitely like to see where Ms. Zwaduk will take it next.

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