Date on the Run was a quick and fun novella with a really spunky (and a little mouthy) heroine - which I always love. A case of mistaken identity on a blind date and a confidential informant meeting leads to quite an interesting night on the town for Juliet and Ezra - neither of which is really looking for romance.
I was surprised at the amount of action Jill Monroe was able to squeeze into this 50ish page novella without over-doing it. There was a perfect mixture of action, romance, and a little humor for me.
The only reason it didn't get a full 5 rating was the first few pages were a little rough. The introduction to the characters wasn't nearly as good as the rest of the story. So don't give up in the first few pages don't pull you in - it is well worth continuing through to the end.
*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*