Delia Strand is fed up! She cannot take
one more bad relationship. In her five years in New York, her
personal life has become a smorgasbord of loser boyfriends.
She has decided to take a break from men and leave her
fast-paced New York lifestyle to visit her cousin, Liv, in New
Orleans. She’s always wanted to take a trip by train and here
is her opportunity to fulfill at least one of her dreams. A
chance encounter with a darkly dangerous stranger might just
change her mind about relationships before her trip is over.
Runaway Train by Isabella
Jordan takes an independent woman and puts her into a
situation outside of her comfort zone. Delia has never even
thought of voyeurism as having any place in a relationship,
Her chance meeting with Tony opens up a whole new world of
sensation for her. Watching and being watched gives her a
sense of power she’s never felt before. I thoroughly enjoyed
this voyeuristic look into Delia’s and Tony’s relationship.
It may just be me, but I would have liked Tony to have a last
name as it cements the character’s for me.