If I Live (If I Run, #3) by Terri Blackstock

If I Live (If I Run, #3)

Casey is hiding again—in Memphis this time—but it’s different now. She knows without a doubt that Dylan believes her and is doing all he can to help bring Brent’s killer to justice. He’s become an unexpected friend . . . and even, maybe, something more. Hope makes everything more bearable.Casey makes a deal with the DA to turn over all the evidence she and Dylan have gathered against Keegan and Rollins—only to discover that the DA is ...

Details If I Live (If I Run, #3)

TitleIf I Live (If I Run, #3)
Release DateMar 6th, 2018
GenreChristian Fiction, Fiction, Suspense, Mystery, Christian, Romance, Contemporary

Reviews If I Live (If I Run, #3)

  • Hannah
    This series got better and better with every book! This is an excellent and pulse-pounding ending as Detective Keegan is desperate and fighting for his control. He’ll stop at nothing to shut up Casey—and Dylan. Whoever might stand in his way is standing before a raging bull, and he sees neither friend or foe in his death-throes. He takes out some unexpected folks along his way and does his level best to make sure the police force is never the...
  • JonathanT
    WOW. JUST... WOW. SO GOOD. How can an author maintain such a ridiculously compelling plot through three entire books? Add that awesome plot to complex characters, thought-provoking themes, and tight prose, and you end up with this amazing series conclusion. SO INTENSE. BUT STILL SO THOUGHT-PROVOKING. The author tackles tough issues of horrifying evil with hope and justice. It’s not just an incredible page-turner; it’s a story with depth and t...
  • R.F. Gammon
    WOOOOOOOW.This was an amazing close to an as-amazing trilogy. The suspense did not let up and I was left gasping for breath at a couple of points, dying to skip ahead and find out what had happened...but I couldn't because kindle. *weeps*But. Anyway. Review. Much of this will be spoilers, although I'll do my very, very best to avoid them. However! If you're interested in reading this book, and you see a spoiler tag, DO NOT CLICK. You will thank m...
  • Melanie
    What a great ending to the series!! I loved If I Live. There was so much suspense and danger that the pages just flew by (I barely put the book down)! I needed to know how the series would end and it was a great finale. The characters were good, same as the previous books. ;) I liked the romance story and was hoping things would work out. It actually didn't end as I thought and I loved that even more. All in all, If I Live was a wonderful read fo...
  • m a r y l i z
    Hmmmm . . .I guess, for me, I feel slightly disappointed by this series. It was so hyped-up, but it just kind of fell flat for me. Lovely Things: - The realistic characters. Casy and Dylan were smart, sensible, reasonable people for the most part - but they did have FEELINGS. They didn't fit into either stereotypical thriller character archetype: the "I'm a completely clueless jellybean" category or the "I'm so perfect and emotionless that I'm no...
  • Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
    4.5 stars - TOP PICK
  • Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader
    Warning: You will not put this book down once you start reading it.You are taken on a journey and it's not one you will soon forget.It was the best of the three If I Run series.Blackstock always knows how to pull you in and make you hold on until the very end.I'm not going to give anything away, I will just let you know that it's a must read.This is a 4.5 star book and I HIGHLY recommend the whole series. The Mary Reader received this book from t...
  • Nicki Chapelway
    WOW! This book was one adrenaline rush after another. It was intense, way more intense than the first two, if you can even believe that. It was a wonderful final installment. Gut wrenching and heart pounding. I was left on the edge of my seat, wondering if certain characters would make it out of these situations alive or... well, not alive.The characters were all great. Except for the ones who weren't (*cough* Keegan), but I think that's how it w...
  • Maureen Timerman
    I have been looking forward to reading this book, and have had it and trying to savor it, but finally gave in and consumed it, and I sure was not disappointed. We have followed these people through three books and they have become family, and I care about them.There is so much action here, and we really root against the evil in the form of the police, yes corruption at the highest, and so many innocents hurt, including the main characters. Just w...
  • Willowy Whisper
    Gripping, even from the very first line! Loved this book! Perfect ending to a highly-suspenseful series!
  • Roseanna White
    Thrilling and fast-paced conclusion to an amazing series!
  • Staci
    Terri Blackstock delivers again! She is my favorite suspense author.In the final novel of the If I Run series, Casey Cox continues to be on the run from authorities while trying to prove her innocence. Dylan Roberts, the private investigator for the murder Casey is accused of suffers from PTSD and doesn't have the support of his family to be a civilian police officer. The pages are filled with action. The entire series was well done.My gratitude ...
  • Toni Shiloh
    Absolutely. Breathtaking. I literally could not breathe while reading If I Live. The finale of the If I Run series grabbed me by the throat from the opening page until the end. And I must admit, I’m still a little uneasy and unsure if Casey will have a happily ever after. Not because I don’t think she deserves it but because Ms. Blackstock put my emotions through the ringer. I almost feel like I suffered as Casey did. I want to look over my s...
  • Lila Kims
    4.5 starsYou see that fangirl in the corner clutching If I Live to her heart, beblubbered with happy tears? That would be yours truly. (And yes, "beblubbered" is a word. One of my most recent favorites. And no, I'm not actually shedding tears. I just wanted to use said word. xD)This is the nail-bitingly suspenseful but ultimately satisfying conclusion to the If I Run series. I liked it A LOT.
  • Amanda
    This was a terrific finale to an excellent series! I’ve read many thrillers/suspense books in the Christian fiction subset and this series is by far, my favorite. Often I’ve found that Christian thrillers can be a bit too tame for my liking…Terri Blackstock knows how to keep it clean but also keep the reader on the edge of their seats, all while glorifying God. I read through all three of the books in this trilogy very fast…the pacing was...
  • Kav
    I have blisters on my eyeballs from speed reading! Once you start in on this spectacular conclusion to the If I Run series you won't be able to stop until you reach the end. And when you do you will throw a tantrum (the major hissy-fit kind) because you will want more only it's all over. Done. Complete. Finis. And when the reality of that sinks in you will sulk around the house consuming copious amounts of chocolate because...well...what else is ...
  • Victoria Lynn
    3.5 stars. rtc
  • Faith
    Literally... no words.
  • Gracelyn Buckner
    5 StarsSo, so good! Probably my second favorite of the series.
  • Victoria
    *happy sigh* Can I give this book a kazillion stars please?!? It was sssooo good! Nothing took away my enjoyment from this book! The conclusion to the series was as awesome as the other two books.Casey and Dylan have given me some serious anxiety problems this entire series. The POV lets you get into the characters head, their thoughts are yours, their emotions are yours, and their actions became yours. Mrs.Blackstock is amazing when she writes i...
  • Bonnie
    I really loved this book, just like the others in this series. I couldn’t wait for this book to be released and when I realized it was I requested it immediately! I read it in two days despite working 19 hours in those two days and as I suspected, was sad when I turned the last page, knowing this was the last book in the series. Definitely made it on my favorites list and I recommend reading this entire series. You won’t be disappointed.
  • Brooklyne
    3.5 stars! What a roller coaster ride! This last book in the If I Run series was so exciting and had me turning pages as fast as I could! With the other books as well, Casey never ceases to amaze me! I loved reading about how she outsmarted the "bad guy." Multiple times!I feel like the author did a really good job wrapping up this series! She covered all the loose ends and cliff hangers from the previous two books very well! As for the romance, t...
  • Abigail
    Gah! This book was amazing!!!!!!! I almost want to re-read this series because I love it so much! I know officially have a new favroite author and book series. This book was an amazing conclusion to an amazing series. I recommend it to everyone, escipally people who love suspense!! I don't think I can honestly put into words how much I love this book! Guys, just read it! I know you won't regret it!!!!!!
  • Sarita
    I LOVED THIS SERIES!Warning: Do not pick up this book if 1) You do not have time to read (you need to lock yourself away from society for a bit) 2) if you did not read the previous 2 books (do so now!).I delayed reading this series, because it is Terri Blackstock and I knew I had to have all the books in the series before I start. Terri Blackstock exceeded my expectations with this book.It was filled with action, nail-biting suspense (at one poin...
  • Pamela
    Phenomenal Series! Hands down, with one personal preference blip, FIVE STARS, start to finish. Easily recommendable: Wholly believable scenario . . . Electrifying suspense . . . Heart pounding adrenaline . . . High octane action . . . Clean, yet contemporary dialogue. And I love the eerily beautiful covers; when put to together, they complete a puzzle and form a striking image. Props to the designers and artists! This series was born to thrill on...
  • Shelley
    *Source* NetGalley*Genre* Mystery, Thriller*Rating* 3.5*Thoughts*If I Live is the third and final installment in author Terri Blackstock's If I Run trilogy. As the story picks up, Casey Cox is still on the run after being indicted for murder. A murder she most definitely did not commit, but she knows who was responsible. The hunt that began with her bloody footprints escalates, and she’s running out of places to hide. Her face is all over the n...
  • Iola
    If I Live is the final book in a trilogy, and don’t even think about reading it if you haven’t already read If I Run and If I’m Found. If I Live picks up almost exactly where If I’m Found ends, so if you’re one of those readers who has the patience to wait for the whole series before you read the first book, this series is perfect for you.Also, if you haven’t read If I Run and If I’m Found, you probably shouldn’t read this (or any...
  • Rissa
    She wrapped everything up so perfectly that I couldnt have asked for a better ending but... I still want more from Dylan and Casey. *****Spoilers*****Marriage really? I mean yeah you have been talking for a while over the phone but have barely seen eachother. I guess being on the run makes you closer with people but marriage?! How about a first date? That was my one error. And somehow I still loved the idea of them, But marriage really.
  • Christian Fiction Addiction
    Still fleeing an indictment for a murder she didn't commit, Casey Cox is running out of time to prove her innocence. Investigator Dylan Roberts is now firmly on her side and lending his own skills to revealing the truth. But when Dylan's own life becomes at risk from escalating danger, Casey and Dylan realize that exposing the real killer may cost them everything they hold dear."If I Live" is an action-packed thrill-ride from start to finish, and...
  • Michelle
    This is the highly anticipated conclusion to this thrilling series! My husband and I have both enjoyed these books and were super excited to FINALLY find out what happens! I will say you must start with book one or none of the story will make sense. I have loved all of the books and the suspense will keep you on the edge of your chair and biting your fingernails. I will say I think that I liked the first two books the most, as they were the most ...