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Ebook Details
  • 03/2014
  • B00AED26PU
  • 387 pages
  • $2.99
Paperback Details
  • 03/2012
  • 9781477599730
  • 330 pages
  • $12.56
Audio Details
  • 06/2014
  • B00L5MIXJW
  • 330 pages
  • $14.95
Running from Love
Rozsa Gaston, author
Farrah Foley runs the way she runs her love life—too cautiously. She slows down when it's time to fly. Getting dumped with no explanation by the love of her life, she's determined never to find herself in that position again. When Jude Farnesworth comes along, Farrah is intrigued but fears she can't compete with the kind of high society women he's surrounded by from his town of Greenwich, Connecticut. Raised in Queens, she lives in the Bronx, where she runs with the Van Cortlandt Track Club. Down-to-earth yet vulnerable, she has no idea that Jude is attracted to the qualities in her she's trying hardest to hide. Growing up on the fringes of affluence, Jude wants to write about straddling two groups, belonging to neither. But first he needs to finish ghostwriting TV financial expert Dan Perlstein's latest book "How to Marry Money." When Jude meets Farrah, for the first time he can see himself as an insider, the only other member of Farrah's club. But when Farrah discovers what Jude is writing about, she leaves him behind in the dust. Will Jude be able to catch her at the finish line?
Reviews
Dawn McRea

The decisions made, and friendships forged over time helped with being able to make good life choices. Running was the metaphor of life's struggles played out in real time long with the various class issues and other annoyances that came to light as life and love have a way of doing when you least expect it. The story was well written and became harder to put down with each chapter I read.

Mandi Susman, President Sus4Media

Best Gift for the Runner in Your Life

I haven't been able to put down this love story! It's one of the best romantic novels I have read and as a runner, I love the fact that the main characters are both members of a track club. I am thankful I have a loving husband and don't have to deal with the dating scene, but this novel has brought back lovely memories of those first chance meetings that turn into something big.

Sally S. Graham

Gaston's book is addicting - the juxtaposition between running and love, having wealth and living in wealth - all add depth to this multi-dimensional book. The advanced vocabulary introduces the setting and characters with an energy that is carried throughout the book. Readers tag along with Farrah and Jude as they navigate the course of life and grow with each new turn. Pleasing to runners and non-runners alike, this book is a must!

News
07/06/2013
George Bodarky on Running from Love for Cityscape, WFUV Fordham University
01/07/2013
Greenwich Post Reviews Running from Love

http://www.greenwich-post.com/22124/gaston-explores-authenticity-and-stereotypes-in-latest-novel/

07/23/2013
Jim Campbell of WGCH Greenwich on Running from Love
Formats
Ebook Details
  • 03/2014
  • B00AED26PU
  • 387 pages
  • $2.99
Paperback Details
  • 03/2012
  • 9781477599730
  • 330 pages
  • $12.56
Audio Details
  • 06/2014
  • B00L5MIXJW
  • 330 pages
  • $14.95

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