Rescued Runaway

Rated 3.83/5 based on 6 reviews
Cassie finally had enough with her step-father's unwanted attentions. But life on the street wasn't any easier. Especially when it rained. Frank spotted Cassie from his hotel window and decided she needed help. But neither of them were really expecting that they'd be married the following day. More
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About Bill Sanderson

I am an accountant and a husband and father of four boys.

I grew up in a small town in northern Canada where there were a large number of characters and a constantly changing population. Being able to observe and assess people was an essential skill for small town life.

My mother taught me to read when I was four so she could get the housework done. My father loved to tell stories and taught me how. My wife and sons have taught me the value of love.

While I grew up on a steady diet of science fiction and action adventure, it was my knowledge of small town characters and love of happy endings that steered me in the direction of writing romance.

My wife is still waiting for my first science fiction book and my teens are waiting for a sword and sorcery book. It may be a while.

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Heph reviewed on March 27, 2017

Don't I just love Bill. His books are always wonderful!
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R Ralan reviewed on Jan. 28, 2016
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Fairly decent writing and plotting with a premise often done before—the marriage of convenience.

The problem is that Sanderson makes the whole arrangement seem so easy. Within days of a rushed marriage the man and young girl seem perfectly relaxed and in love with each other despite having vowed celibacy. Worse, the Christian hero can't keep his hands of the seventeen-year-old nor his lusts hidden in the back of his mind.

Not suitable for teenagers—MY teenagers, at least.
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Bosede Oluwayomi reviewed on Oct. 25, 2015

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Teagan Stevenson reviewed on Dec. 9, 2014

A Christian romance novel that even a nonreligious reader can appreciate. The story was cute, made me really root for them and even I can understand where religious beliefs can be important to pull someone through times like that. Still there were parts that I felt were too much in telling that I should have been shown through the storyline. Overall I really liked the author and the story. Thank you for a beautiful read.
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claus olsen reviewed on Sep. 23, 2014

As usual a great book from Bill Sanderson.
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hrhsophia reviewed on Sep. 15, 2014

I liked most aspects of this story even the Cinderella/Prince Charming theme. The author glossed over the more unpleasant parts when it came to Cassie's abuse but was very specific about her mother. She never seemed to discuss any details about her abuse but we got more info on corporate fraud than I ever wanted to know. For a Christian book it felt realistic and current, not always the case with most and not terribly preachy. The lessons were taught in a subtle way which is always best.
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alwaysintrble reviewed on Sep. 14, 2014

Terrible language for a Christian book. The tongue - can talk of Jesus and use foul language!
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