Published by Dreamspinner Press
Boy band Pawn in the Game made a star of Samuel Gibbs at the tender age of sixteen. On the cusp of adulthood Samuel is a worldwide megastar in his own right as a solo act and song writer. When it comes to his craft Samuel is mature and serious. The rest of the time he’s a kid at heart who gives his manager imagined heart attacks with the trouble he gets into.
A break during his world tour couldn’t have come sooner because Samuel is exhausted. He’s sworn to be good and stay at or near home the whole time. It might just come true after he meets his new neighbor across the hall, Ryan Halston. They almost instantly click and tentatively begin an intimate relationship. The public believes that Samuel is dating a famous model so it’s a relief that Ryan doesn’t object to the ruse.
Everything is going so well that Samuel begins contemplating a future with his sexy neighbor. What happens when the tender hearted pop star discovers the truth?
Feel good moments are balanced against angst filled drama in this riveting story of love and sorrow. Readers will fall hard for Samuel and Ryan’s twisty romance in No Place Left to Run. One is a sweetly flawed singer, the other an emotionally scarred bodyguard. Surprising depths in the main characters, Samuel’s enthusiasm is contagious, as is Ryan’s steady sense of decency. Knowing the bodyguard’s secret agenda and his feelings of betraying his lover amplifies the plotline tension. Their sexual chemistry can’t be discounted either. No Place Left to Run is deceptively light at first, heartwarming throughout, and has a powerful climax. I Joyfully recommend No Place Left to Run. A true gem.