Running into Your Arms (Running #4) PDF

by Suzanne Sweeney Evan and Juliette's story has come to an end. So now, in Running Into His Arms, hear from Emmy and Adam as their love story continues.

Adam Cooke and Emmy Akins are expecting their first child together. Adam’s career with the New Jersey Sentinels is thriving and he’s finally getting the recognition he’s worked for and Emmy continues to work hard bartending with her best friends at Rush Dessert Bar. They are madly in love and can’t seem to get enough of each other.

When Adam gets an offer to leave a job he loves and make a major career change, Emmy is thrilled and excited. This may be the catalyst they need to improve their life by giving them the financial and personal independence they need.

Emmy knows that a new baby and a new job bring lots of changes into their relationship; and she’s quite certain they can adapt and even thrive. But something’s not right. It’s not like Adam to spend so much time away from her, almost avoiding her. Is it hormones causing her to worry or something more? Could a new job intended to make their lives better wind up destroying their dreams instead?

This Running Series novella shows us a glimpse into Emmy and Adam’s life, introduces us to some new characters, and shows us that our path through life is always uncertain, and with each change and challenge, we have to continue to trust ourselves and have faith in the strength of the bonds we have forged.

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