Casey Cox is covered in her best friend’s blood and on the run. Sure she’s being framed but unsure as to whom she’s taken the fall for, she gives hiding a try.
I was pleasantly surprised with If I Run, it certainly kept me entertained. The story is dual POV of Casey and Dylan, the guy hired to find her. This gives a nice insight in both the hunter and the hunted. A minor annoyance was that Dylan seemed to be the only one who was any good at finding people, even though the complete US police force seemed to be looking for her.
There was enough variation to keep it interesting, but since the book closed with a very open ending, I will have to read the sequel to see where it is going.