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The many styles of love Model Bailey Hamilton made headlines when she was kidnapped and then rescued. Now, TV documentary producer Micah Jones has made her an offer she wants to refuse: a candid interview to stop wild rumors that threaten her career. Micah's tempting Bailey to let down her barriers and give in to passion. The last person to interview Bailey before she was The many styles of love Model Bailey Hamilton made headlines when she was kidnapped and then rescued. Now, TV documentary producer Micah Jones has made her an offer she wants to refuse: a candid interview to stop wild rumors that threaten her career. Micah's tempting Bailey to let down her barriers and give in to passion. The last person to interview Bailey before she was taken, Micah blames himself for what happened. Determined to make amends, he's blindsided by his desire for the exotic Manhattan model. Speculation about her disappearance thrusts Bailey into the eye of the storm again, and their affair could be over before it begins. Will Micah uncover the truth and avoid the media circus that could cost him his future with the woman he loves?


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The many styles of love Model Bailey Hamilton made headlines when she was kidnapped and then rescued. Now, TV documentary producer Micah Jones has made her an offer she wants to refuse: a candid interview to stop wild rumors that threaten her career. Micah's tempting Bailey to let down her barriers and give in to passion. The last person to interview Bailey before she was The many styles of love Model Bailey Hamilton made headlines when she was kidnapped and then rescued. Now, TV documentary producer Micah Jones has made her an offer she wants to refuse: a candid interview to stop wild rumors that threaten her career. Micah's tempting Bailey to let down her barriers and give in to passion. The last person to interview Bailey before she was taken, Micah blames himself for what happened. Determined to make amends, he's blindsided by his desire for the exotic Manhattan model. Speculation about her disappearance thrusts Bailey into the eye of the storm again, and their affair could be over before it begins. Will Micah uncover the truth and avoid the media circus that could cost him his future with the woman he loves?

30 review for Runaway Attraction

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tia

    Everything moved way too fast in this book. I needed like 50-100 more pages to really understand the who and why behind Bailey's kidnapping and all around family sabotage. What I got was a single page reveal. That definitely wasn't enough due to the two book build up. Micah fell in "lust" with Bailey in days. I think in YA they call it "insta-love". I can't say more because it will be a spoiler. I definitely saw myself rating Runaway Attraction, at the beginning, a solid four stars, but I had to Everything moved way too fast in this book. I needed like 50-100 more pages to really understand the who and why behind Bailey's kidnapping and all around family sabotage. What I got was a single page reveal. That definitely wasn't enough due to the two book build up. Micah fell in "lust" with Bailey in days. I think in YA they call it "insta-love". I can't say more because it will be a spoiler. I definitely saw myself rating Runaway Attraction, at the beginning, a solid four stars, but I had to remove a star for the rapid rap up. Note: Micah is a cool dude. Not only is he intelligent, but he has moral integrity and is great with understanding the human condition. He was my favorite character. I was provided an eArc from the publisher via Netgalley.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tracy

    Wow what can I say! The Hamilton Series was awesome. The authors did a fantastic job with these characters. I love romance and mysteries and when it's linked together as portrayed in this series it's a best seller. The authors keep you in suspense till the last book and you can't put them down because you are dying to find out who hates this family so much. In my opinion this is a must read series that I wish would go on. Thanks Jacquelin, Pamela, and Farrah on a job beautifully done. Wow what can I say! The Hamilton Series was awesome. The authors did a fantastic job with these characters. I love romance and mysteries and when it's linked together as portrayed in this series it's a best seller. The authors keep you in suspense till the last book and you can't put them down because you are dying to find out who hates this family so much. In my opinion this is a must read series that I wish would go on. Thanks Jacquelin, Pamela, and Farrah on a job beautifully done.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shelita

    Other than totally forgetting about Zoe's best friend & roommate being in her wedding, I enjoyed it. I had a suspicion about the culprit behind the attacks in the family and I was right. Micah & Bailey were cute together. And he's a very ethical if clearly struggling to remain professional media personality. And she is really going through it. I'm just surprised that the family wasn't more proactive about her mental health after the kidnapping in the first book. I enjoyed it. If you like the fir Other than totally forgetting about Zoe's best friend & roommate being in her wedding, I enjoyed it. I had a suspicion about the culprit behind the attacks in the family and I was right. Micah & Bailey were cute together. And he's a very ethical if clearly struggling to remain professional media personality. And she is really going through it. I'm just surprised that the family wasn't more proactive about her mental health after the kidnapping in the first book. I enjoyed it. If you like the first 2 books, then you have to finish out the series. But why is their brother Daniel getting shafted? He doesn't get to have his own book?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mrs Giggles

    Is it just me or did this book miss a great opportunity by not calling itself Runway Attraction? The heroine is a model, after all, and this is the third book in the The Hamiltons: Fashioned With Love series, which is set amidst a fashion industry. At any rate, Runaway Attraction it is. This story focuses on Bailey Hamilton, whose drama was built up in the previous two books in this series. It's okay, though, this book can stand alone, should you choose to read this one without bothering with tho Is it just me or did this book miss a great opportunity by not calling itself Runway Attraction? The heroine is a model, after all, and this is the third book in the The Hamiltons: Fashioned With Love series, which is set amidst a fashion industry. At any rate, Runaway Attraction it is. This story focuses on Bailey Hamilton, whose drama was built up in the previous two books in this series. It's okay, though, this book can stand alone, should you choose to read this one without bothering with those books. Given how badly this book treats that aspect of the plot, that's probably for the best. So, Bailey. I won't reveal her drama here, but let's just say that it is one that, today, really shouldn't cause anyone to lose sleep given how it's one of those "Oh please, everyone famous does it, darling!" moments. In this story, however, everyone who is anyone goes batcrap crazy, and the media descends in a feeding frenzy. Bailey is like, "Okay, so I was framed in such a manner that people understandably think that I'm the new whore of Babylon, as these people clearly haven't read any tabloid since 1950, but THEY ARE SO WRONG BECAUSE THEY ARE SO MEAN! WHY ARE PEOPLE SO MEAN TO POOR FAMOUS RICH PEOPLE LIKE ME?" In other words, the portrayal of fame and everything associated with it is so stereotypical and inaccurate that it is as if the author did her research based on scathing reviews of Judith Krantz's Scruples series, written by church members. Bailey's family wants to repair her image - everyone insists that supermodels are role models, after all - so they make her jump through some hoops that don't work too well. She'd rather lay low. Then comes our hero, Micah Jones, who is a TV documentary producer who also happens to be an interviewer as well. They met when she did an interview right before the drama happened, and both decide now that it's a win-win scenario if they do an hour-long documentary that allows her to show people the real her and tell the actual story behind her big scandal. She gets people to understand how she is just a misunderstood darling, he gets his big break. Micah also feels guilty in a way, as their last interview saw him coaxing her to reveal some details that allowed the villain to catch her unaware and set her up. Yes, you read that right. Our heroine is going to do an intimate revealing documentary when the last time she gave a revealing interview, she got what she got. And since this is romance novel movie-making we are talking about here, Micah simply claps his hands and squeals, "Let's make a happy movie, kiddies!" and voila, we are underway without any of the cost and logistics hassle typically associated with behind the scenes of TV. Once I get past the initial eye-rolling portrayal of the fame and fashion industry, I get a very bland romance. Micah and Bailey are wooden to the core. She's that dove with a broken wing, he's the perfect guy that understands her completely, and these two fall in love without much ado. In fact, she's soon gagging for it and he's like, "No, no, I love you too much to have hot sex with you, so let's just wait until the author reaches a decent word count in this story before we start doing it!" Instead, he helps Bailey find her inner courage so that she will want to assert herself by... doing the runway show, on her own, without a passel of bodyguards watching her back. In fact, she doesn't want protection in this story. She is an independent woman! Despite being made MIA despite her will, she will not be cowed into making it hard for a repeat performance by the villain! Of course, given that the hero and the heroine's male family members, who could have beaten an entire cell of Middle-eastern terrorists to death with the weight of their scowl alone, are always hovering over Bailey and making sure that she doesn't even pass gas without their knowledge and approval, Bailey is never in any genuine danger. Still, this only makes her repeated bleats of independence - for the want of a better word - seem even more stupid than usual. Worse, the revelation of the villain and the closure to Bailey's drama are ridiculous and rushed. The villain is exactly what I would expect from a hackneyed romance that doesn't even try to be a little different. Maybe I'm just a jaded reader that has read too many romance novels and know most of the authors' tricks by now, but when that drama cropped up two books ago, I snorted and told myself that the villain has better not be what I think it is. Well, lucky me, I'm right. Maybe RWA should hire me to give seminars for authors that want to get the art of cliché right, or maybe the author should have tried being even a little less predictable. Still, predictable isn't bad if it's done well. Here, however, the suspense is treated like a piece of toilet paper that needs to be discarded quickly once it's used, while the romance is presented as a "perfect as it is, from the start" manner that allows no room for emotional progression. Add in unrealistic portrayal of the fashion and TV industries as well as the fame game, and Runaway Attraction ends up a book to run away from.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shannan Harper

    Although I haven't read the other two books in the series, I enjoyed this book very much. I especially loved that it had a little suspense and you didn't know who actually did it until near the end. I love this author's writing. Although I haven't read the other two books in the series, I enjoyed this book very much. I especially loved that it had a little suspense and you didn't know who actually did it until near the end. I love this author's writing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dafort

    CONCEPT The concept of this story was interesting and fell in line with the theme. This was a last installment in a Continuity series from Harlequin and the author had a task ahead of making all storylines in this series wrapped up and the mystery was solved by the end. The theme stayed in line with the series where these characters were introduced in prior books and the attraction was established. STORY I feel this story was unique in that it touched on the female lead’s issue dealing with a past CONCEPT The concept of this story was interesting and fell in line with the theme. This was a last installment in a Continuity series from Harlequin and the author had a task ahead of making all storylines in this series wrapped up and the mystery was solved by the end. The theme stayed in line with the series where these characters were introduced in prior books and the attraction was established. STORY I feel this story was unique in that it touched on the female lead’s issue dealing with a past event that was affecting her professional and personal life. Even though this story was a part of the series and the author stayed in line with the theme of trying to uncover the saboteur, it also displayed how a person must not recognize there is an issue and seek methods to resolve it. CHARACTERS The characters in this story had been established during the first book in this series. It was the author’s job to further develop the main characters in this book as well as wrap up and provide updates on the previous characters’ lives. I was able to see and feel the attraction between Bailey and Micah while at the same time it was clearly obvious from the character development that Bailey was avoiding facing her dilemma. Micah’s character displayed his willingness to be trustworthy and not break his oath to cross that professional/ethical line with Bailey. DIALOGUE Dialogue in this story was fine and engaging. STRUCTURE The structure of the story flowed fine at first but sometimes it was confusing during scene transitions. The time of this books seemed it took place over the course of several months, however the time of the characters love developing was appropriate and clearly stated in the instant attraction at their initial interview. The plot moved along and the author did a good job allowing the characters to go through the “getting to know you stage before moving the relationship to the next level. OVERALL Runaway Attraction was the last installment in The Hamiltons: Fashioned with Love series and was an okay read. The story took a minute for me to get into but started to flow and have a good outcome. Some portions were a little choppy but the author did a good job exposing Bailey’s fear, her acknowledgement she could not face it alone and Micah’s capacity to maintain his integrity regarding work ethics and honor made for an interesting story. I have been a fan of Ms. Rochon’s work and love reading all her other books.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Hsiau Wei

    After recuperating from the brutal attack and kidnapping, Bailey is ready to face the world again. But her protective family think otherwise as the culprit behind the attack is still free. Bailey feel that her family.so protectiveness suffocating and she is determine to live her life as she want. TV producer, Micah Jones whom interviewed her before the attack wanted to do a documentary on Bailey’s life. He feel responsible for the attack on Bailey because he make her disclose her schedule and he After recuperating from the brutal attack and kidnapping, Bailey is ready to face the world again. But her protective family think otherwise as the culprit behind the attack is still free. Bailey feel that her family.so protectiveness suffocating and she is determine to live her life as she want. TV producer, Micah Jones whom interviewed her before the attack wanted to do a documentary on Bailey’s life. He feel responsible for the attack on Bailey because he make her disclose her schedule and her whereabouts in his show prior to the kidnap. When they met again for the documentary, remnants sparks from their previous meeting flew and they discovered that the flames still fizzle between them. This book is the last instalment in the Fashioned with Love series and tell the story of Bailey, the baby of the family. It also provides the answer to the mystery behind Bailey’s attack and we get to know the culprit and the reason for the attack. I find the story too slow for my taste at the beginning of the story but I like the way Bailey and Micah’s relationship grew. The author did a good job in allowing them to get to know each other. Overall, this is a sweet read for me with likeable characters and a good story plot.

  8. 5 out of 5

    The CurvyJones

    This is the third in a trilogy. I did not read the first two books about the Hamilton Family. I don't have much to say about this book. I was excited to read it because its an African American imprint at Harlequin. It was a quick read and I read most of it with a blank stare, waiting for the story to start. I really didn't enjoy the writing or the story, though I'm not really much for stories about the rich living on Park Avenue and their(GASP) struggles and (SIGH) difficult it is to be part of This is the third in a trilogy. I did not read the first two books about the Hamilton Family. I don't have much to say about this book. I was excited to read it because its an African American imprint at Harlequin. It was a quick read and I read most of it with a blank stare, waiting for the story to start. I really didn't enjoy the writing or the story, though I'm not really much for stories about the rich living on Park Avenue and their(GASP) struggles and (SIGH) difficult it is to be part of such a well-known family. The pacing is slow, the dialog is stiff, unrealistic to me, though perhaps that's just the Harlequin Way. It's been awhile since I really read Harlequin. The passion seemed blah (but maybe I've read too many erotic romances ;) ). I'd definitely try another title or another author. I just wasn't into this one.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Jones

    Farrah Rochon's Runaway Attraction is face-paced and engaging. She had me turning every page as the romance between Micah and Bailey blossomed. The author does an outstanding job of capturing the face-paced world of New York's fashion industry - both the good side and the dark side. Runaway Attraction is a very satisfying romance. I loved the story and was totally caught off guard by the surprise climax. Highly recommended! Farrah Rochon's Runaway Attraction is face-paced and engaging. She had me turning every page as the romance between Micah and Bailey blossomed. The author does an outstanding job of capturing the face-paced world of New York's fashion industry - both the good side and the dark side. Runaway Attraction is a very satisfying romance. I loved the story and was totally caught off guard by the surprise climax. Highly recommended!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lisa G

    Farrah has done it again. She has penned another great romance novel. I loved the build up the relationship between Michah and Bailey. I loved the family interaction and how they are a united front in Bailey's time of distress during fashion week. If you are a romance reader I highly recommend this book. Farrah has done it again. She has penned another great romance novel. I loved the build up the relationship between Michah and Bailey. I loved the family interaction and how they are a united front in Bailey's time of distress during fashion week. If you are a romance reader I highly recommend this book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Roberts

    Runaway Attraction by Farrah Rochon was a great ending to the Hamiltons series. Micah Jones compassionate nature was just what Bailey Hamilton needed in order to recover. The last two books were truly my favorites. I'm hoping Daniel and Nelson will get their own stories. Would truly like to see a continuation of this series. A great effort by all three authors. A must purchase. Runaway Attraction by Farrah Rochon was a great ending to the Hamiltons series. Micah Jones compassionate nature was just what Bailey Hamilton needed in order to recover. The last two books were truly my favorites. I'm hoping Daniel and Nelson will get their own stories. Would truly like to see a continuation of this series. A great effort by all three authors. A must purchase.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Bailey Hamilton's Story Bailey Hamilton's Story Full of twists and turns, this latest addition to the Hamilton Family Saga does not disappoint. It sizzles with romance, wonderful love, family support and mystery. It's great! Bailey Hamilton's Story Bailey Hamilton's Story Full of twists and turns, this latest addition to the Hamilton Family Saga does not disappoint. It sizzles with romance, wonderful love, family support and mystery. It's great!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shone

    The last of the Hamilton, Fashion with Love series. The story answered all the questions from books one an two. However it was very slow. I did enjoy the shocking ending as to who the trouble maker was.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rose Moorman

    The second time around was just as wonderful as the first reading. I haven't been disappointed with anything I've read by this author. I have all her Kindle books, and am waiting for her next releases. The second time around was just as wonderful as the first reading. I haven't been disappointed with anything I've read by this author. I have all her Kindle books, and am waiting for her next releases.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn Diamond

    I was anxiously awaiting this book because I had read the previous two and it did not fail me. These three authors should do another trilogy soon. You kind of knew who the villain was but you did not know really. Love stories are the best ending.. I loved it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Harlequin Books

    "Bailey's strength as she tries to bounce back from tragedy is inspiring, and Rochon's further development of a strong family unit makes a great end to an ongoing mystery." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars Miniseries: The Hamiltons: Fashioned with Love "Bailey's strength as she tries to bounce back from tragedy is inspiring, and Rochon's further development of a strong family unit makes a great end to an ongoing mystery." RT Book Reviews, rated 4 stars Miniseries: The Hamiltons: Fashioned with Love

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cocoa Faye

    I liked that Bailey's story was last. her story sort of wrapped the whole "somebody's out to get the Hamiltons" theory.Overall, the storyline was a good one and Micah was able stand by her and encourage her to seek help. I liked this series a lot. I liked that Bailey's story was last. her story sort of wrapped the whole "somebody's out to get the Hamiltons" theory.Overall, the storyline was a good one and Micah was able stand by her and encourage her to seek help. I liked this series a lot.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Reshemah

    4.5 stars This was a great ending to the trilogy. We finally got to the bottom of all the problems with Bailey and the rest of the Hamilton family. Micah and Bailey's story was a great one. I'm hoping Kimani will let the series continue and give us Daniels story next. 4.5 stars This was a great ending to the trilogy. We finally got to the bottom of all the problems with Bailey and the rest of the Hamilton family. Micah and Bailey's story was a great one. I'm hoping Kimani will let the series continue and give us Daniels story next.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kendra Griffin

    RUNWAY ATTRACTION I REALLY ENJOYED THIS SERIES, SO I CAN'T WAIT TO OWN IT. BAILEY IS MY FAVORITE OF THE FASHION HAMILTON'S FAMILY; SHE REMINDS ME SO MUCH OF MYSELF. RUNWAY ATTRACTION I REALLY ENJOYED THIS SERIES, SO I CAN'T WAIT TO OWN IT. BAILEY IS MY FAVORITE OF THE FASHION HAMILTON'S FAMILY; SHE REMINDS ME SO MUCH OF MYSELF.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Brian TramueL

    Oh my.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

    I absolutely love this book! What a great story and end to the trilogy! I am hoping that there is more to come with this family.

  22. 4 out of 5

    pamela stroman

  23. 4 out of 5

    Paula Davis

  24. 4 out of 5

    Angel

  25. 5 out of 5

    Paulette Nunlee

  26. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Bolanos

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

  28. 4 out of 5

    Suelibevg

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nicolemyles

  30. 5 out of 5

    Petya

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