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  • Beautiful, angsty, steamy, absolutely perfect

    This was the most perfect ending for this incredible series! Clara had had a crush on Karson throughout their time in the junkyard. Her emotional reaction to their time dwindling down to the day they would all be going their own ways had me choking up repeatedly. Within a few pages this author had me engulfed in the story and experiencing all the young heartache that Clara was experiencing. Although we’ve seen bits and pieces of the kids junkyard lives, we get an ever better look this time around. It amazes me that something so out of the ordinary can feel so real when Ms. Perry puts her pen and paper to it. I felt as though I were inside that wrecked van or sitting within the walls of the tent that held so many memories for all of the kids. Karson’s point of view comes up during the second half of the book and I fell in love with him even more than I already had. He has a bit of a struggle once they are reunited, but there was never a doubt where his heart had been years ago and where it remained. This is a pretty angsty read with characters that stole my heart, chemistry that sizzled across the page, and an epilogue that was not only perfect for Clara and Karson, but for the whole group.

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  • Perfect ending to an amazing series!

    Dotted Lines is the perfect final installment in the Runaway series. Clara and Karson are simply everything and they were the absolute perfect couple to end the series with. Devney Perry really did leave the best story for last. I loved the way this story was written with Clara telling us their journey in the past and Karson telling us their journey in the present. Dotted Lines is a fast-paced, heart pounding, adorable second chance romance that you simply do not want to miss. The final book of the Runaway series does not disappoint and you can’t help but fall in love with Clara and Karson as well as Clara’s little boy August. Clara Saint-James is looking for that final missing piece in her life. She is taking the Cadillac on its final journey to Karson and she’s hoping to find the closure she needs to truly move on in her life. She fell in love with Karson when she was a teenager and never really fell out of love with him. Clara wanted to know if the love was one-sided or not and decided to take the final plunge to find out. I admire her courage in that. She’s brave enough to leave her home and figure out what she wants out of life. Clara has always been brave. She and Aria left their uncle’s home at fifteen, lived in a junkyard for three years with four other teenagers, worked her butt off to make something of herself after she left the junkyard, raised her little boy all on her own, and never gave up on striving to be more in life. This woman is an inspiration. Honestly, all the women of the Runaway series are inspirations. I absolutely adore them all. Clara and Aria have some similarities, but their personalities are so different from one another. Clara is the more reserved twin that doesn’t necessarily want to rock the boat or cause issues. However, she doesn’t let anyone walk all over her. She is a fighter and warrior. She has done everything she can to be a good friend, mother, sister, and worker. She does all that she can to be there for her son August and puts him above all else, even herself. I admire the heck out of her for that. She’s such a great female lead and you can’t help but fall in love with her and August. Karson Avery has always been such a mystery to me. I learned bits and pieces throughout the other four books, but nothing really prepared me for how absolutely wonderful and fantastic his character is. The swoon factor was epic in Dotted Lines. I could not get enough of Karson. I loved learning about who he was at nineteen and then again at thirty-one. He hadn’t changed a ton in those twelve years, but he did learn to love himself and come to terms with his very toxic and damaging relationship with his mother. He realized that she was wrong about him. He is worthy of a good and full life and he won’t wreck other people’s lives just because he wants to be apart of them. Karson is sweet, funny, kind, thoughtful, and drool worthy. I absolutely couldn’t get enough of him and I loved that the present tense of the book was told from his point of view (the past was told from Clara’s). Karson grew up to be such a great man. I am so glad he and Clara found one another again. Clara and Karson are absolutely perfect together. I adore everything about these two. They connected in a way that most people only hope to find in their lifetime. Clara knew how to articulate what Karson was thinking or feeling before Karson even knew it. Karson could read Clara like an open book, so he could tell when she was mad or sad or just plain annoyed. Even after twelve years apart, they could still read and connect with one another. There was still the heat and passion between them. I couldn’t get enough of them. They were both trying to deny those feelings for one another, but what was the point? You only live once and why not spend it with the person you love and connect with the most? I also adored Karson and August together. Karson was so good with August and loved hearing all of the stories and questions August had. Karson loved August because he was an extension of Clara. All of it made me swoon. So hard. Second chance romances are my favorites and this second chance romance completely stole my heart. I was rooting for these two to find their way back to one another the entire story. The ending to their story was perfect. Overall, I rate this story a 5/5! I absolutely loved the conclusion to the Runaway series. Karson and Clara were the perfect couple to end the series with. The epilogue was everything and wrapped things up nicely. I’m sad this series is coming to and end, but I am so glad I got to go on these journeys with the five runaway kids. Each story will hold a special place in my heart. I can’t wait to see where Devney Perry takes her readers next.

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  • Wonderful ending to this series

    The final book in the Runaway Series is about Karson and Clara. Karson and Clara's time was just never the right time for both of them. Until later on. This was the best conclusion to the Runaway Series!!! Devney has out done herself with this series!! I will definitely miss reading about them!!

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  • The Cadillac finally makes it home!

    The Cadillac finally makes it back to Karson! I like how the story starts off with Clara’s viewpoint, but a lot of the middle is Karson and then the end is once again Clara. Karson is such a sweet hero. He is a man whose dreams are haunted by Clara. The girl he should have followed to Las Vegas. Will he finally get the girl? This book has all the feels! Who knew a junkyard and a Cadillac could start such friendships, loves, and stories for future generations! Devney Perry has the magic touch for weaving a story! 5 amazing stars

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  • She saved the best for last!

    I have adored each story in the Runaway Series, but I have to say that Devney saved the best for last. This series has been breathtaking from the original, inspired concept to each perfectly crafted story. Devney Perry is a master at weaving together separate stories to create a single beautiful tapestry of written words. And don’t even get me started on the epilogue. As Devney has proven many times, she has a special gift for bringing her series to completion in an epilogue, but this is her best one to date. I don’t think I’ve ever been moved to tears with any epilogue like I was with Dotted Lines. BRAVO!

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