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Freedom's Price

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2013

    Ok

    This was an ok sequel to an earlier book about Liam's brother, Cal. Cal rescued Liam from his imprisoment with the help of his now wife. The first book was much better. This one had no intrigue like the first one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2012

    Freedom chapter one

    He opened his eyes looking into the rain. The kit had just been born two days ago, he'd also been abandoned by his father after his mother died giving birth to him.
    "You are a scrap of nothing. All my hatred mixed together!" His father yelled.
    All he remembered besides that was feeling cold wind and a white ice falling from the sky. Thats how he ended up there. The only question is how he was going to leave without getting hurt. The lonely kit stood up, his legs wobbiling, paw in front of paw he walked.

    A sharp piercing feeling hit his back. He started to see black, then amber eyes whoever they belonged to was holding him down. "Wuh-- where am I?" He whispered. There they were again those amber eyes, only this time the kit could see a body. The black and gray figure was bigger than he was. The animal was even bigger than the bush next to it." What are you?" The grey animal gave a deep growl his long muzzle was scratched and his mouth was red with blood.
    He got up racing away as fast as he could, the animal followed. Tripping over his own feet the kit gave up. He had nobody to call for, nobody who could take care of him, any body to live for. Then the kit realizd he did hav someone to live for. His father and his mother. Getting up the kit forced his paws to stick to the ground more and his legs to strech farther apart. The creature jumped. Looking into the amber eyes he saw the creature felt sympathy and caring. The creature got his paws off and jumped back. Waving the giant paw away," Go on kid before I change my mind the black and grey creature said. Freedom ran away, yeah freedom

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  • Posted August 10, 2011

    Good follow-up story

    This book follows up on the story of characters that were first introduced in "Forbidden." I expected more from this story, but I still enjoyed it and was excited to find out what happened to their characters.

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  • Posted November 17, 2008

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    Terrific

    In this Suzanne brings us one of her re-issued novels. Liam Bartlett spent time in a prison in San Salsutiano and the ghosts from his time there still haunt him, the one memory he can't forget is of a certain 15 year old freedom fighter named Marisala Bolivar. Well Marisala is all grown up now and has come to Boston to go to college and at the request of her uncle is relying on Liam to help her get settled the trouble is that each of them has held a flame for each other for years and now that flame is becoming a forest fire.<BR/>A wonderful story told only the way Suz can.

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