by Stephanie Feagan

April 2006
ISBN: 0-373-51401-8
Reviewer Graphic Button Silhouette #87
Mass Market Paperback

Pink is Pink, what more can I say. She has two men that love her in their own way and she loves both of them for themselves. Just what is she suppose to do with the two handsome men that dislike each other because they both want Pink.

In this adventure, Pink works for CERF (Chinese Earthquake Relief Fund) to make sure the money is being handled correctly, to the rebuilding after the earthquake. It seems that someone has set Pink up for embezzlement. She has a bank account in Kansas with over two hundred thousand dollars in it. Supposedly she has bought Chinese artifacts and had them shipped to her house and of course there are invoices with her fingerprints on them. Someone has set her up and it seems there is nothing they havenít forgotten.

This is just the beginning. There are murders as well that point to Pink and it seems Steve will be bailing Pink out of jail. But the threat of her going to jail and skipping out of town doesnít have any effect on her whatsoever. This all starts out with her in DC and leads to California and then to China.

Believe it or not, Iíve just touched the beginning of this story. There are so many things that are happening in the story that you will not want to put it down. Steve and Ed dislike each other and letís just say they had a little discussion in an elevator.

We get to revisit with Pinkís mom, Jane, and Lou, Steveís dad. We also get to see Big Mama in action once again. Pink does get some help from the unlikeliest places. If you havenít read any of the Pink stories what are you waiting for? Pink is adventurous and canít seem to keep herself out of trouble. Steve and Ed well are almost like night and day but they will do anything to keep Pink safe.

Run for the Money by Ms. Feagan is the third in the Pink stories. Iím ready for more of Pink, Steve and Ed. And just what Ms. Feagan has in store for these three plus the other characters and if we will once again get to see Big Mama in action and of course the crew of Carmineís.

Reviewed in August 2006 by Pam.

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