Born Free [NOOK Book]

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Clarity is just getting by, working and living single in a country town where life is slow. Everything changes when a man rides his Harley into town and meets Clarity in the cafe where she works. Will Clarity be able to open her heart and life to another man?
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Born Free

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Overview

Clarity is just getting by, working and living single in a country town where life is slow. Everything changes when a man rides his Harley into town and meets Clarity in the cafe where she works. Will Clarity be able to open her heart and life to another man?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016453279
  • Publisher: Books to Go Now
  • Publication date: 6/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 663,021
  • File size: 118 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Xavier

    So clean; greatly written, and excellently plotted.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Adder

    Me likeh! :D

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Storm

    O.O I like Fan. MINE!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Born of Freedom ~ Prolouge

    There was a loud clanging noise, a door shutting harshly. A burst of laughter from a nearby open window. The babble of workmen conversing. A flower bloomed, a bee buzzed, a breeze blew. Meanwhile... <br> <br> "Get your filthy hands off of me!" Fan cried, struggling wildly. Glancing over at his friend Rouge, his eyes were frightened. Rouge mouthed, 'I'll take care of it. Just stay quiet.' Fan nodded, before he was shoved to his knees. "And keep your head bowed," the guard snarled harshly. Fan reluctantly bowed his head, placing his hands in front of him. His breathing accelerated, a mixture of fear and aldreniline. The cold, hard, tile made his knees ache through the worn fabric of his pants. As the head guard babbled on about their crimes and the terms of the king, Fan thought back to what had landed him in this precarious posititon. <br> **Earlier This Morning** <br> Rouge waved a hand, beckoning Fan forward. "Hush now; otherwise the guards will find us." Nodding to show that he understood, Fan darted inside of the darkened building. Confident that Rouge was following behind him, he pulled out a night beam, an advanced sort of flashlight. Rouge pulled out his own (both had been stolen), and shone it around. "Sure is dusty in here," he remarked loudly. Clamping a hand over Rouge's mouth, he hissed. "Be Quiet!" Fan hated the fact that Rouge had the audacity to look shameful. He just rolled his eyes and moved deeper into the building. Reaching a point that seemed the middle, Rouge held an arm out. "Wait. It's right here." His voice held such a reverance that Fan felt almost uncomfertable. "Fan...," he held up a glowing ball. "This, my friend, is the key to the fut-" he dropped the ball, looking about as a loud crash resided. With lightning fast reflexes, Fan reached out and cought the ball. A platoon of guards hurried towards them. "Put up your hands," the head guard called. "That's right; where we can see them." Fan had just enough time to glance at Rouge before the room was illumindated with a sickly green light. The guards had shot Fan and Rouge with a pas'levy, a gun that shot stunning lasers. Fan drifted off, falling to the ground. His last thought was of how the plan had gone horribly wrong. <br> **Present Time** <br> Comig back out of his revirie, Fan realized the guard had finished his spiel. The king observed them with beady eyes, his triple-chin quivering. Fan swallowed in disgust, before thinking back to the legends he'd heard. People had said that those who go before the king for crimes are never seen again. The king finally spoke, his eyes never leaving their faces. "Speak now or forever hold your peace," at this, a long, languid, drawl echoed through the chamber. The king and the guards were laughing at them. Shooting Fan a warning glance, Rouge cleared his throat. "Please, Your Greatness Sir. My friend," at this, he implied the doubt of the statement, "here wanted to steal that orb." Fan struggled to his feet. "LIAR! Your Majesty, please Si—," guards swarmed Fan, gagging him. The king stared hin down silently before turning to Rouge. "Go on." Shooting Fan a nasty glare, he turned back to the king. "Thank you, Sire." Clearing his throat, he hegan to speak again. ((Continued in the next result!! Don't have enogh space, and this is a good place to stop!!))

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2013

    Sparrow

    One of the best. Keep at it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2012

    Wish it ws longr

    Had potental. Only 16 pgs.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2012

    Ok

    It had an interesting plot but I wish it had been longer for a 1.99. It had potential.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    Lailea

    This book is longer than a Dr.Seuss but shorter than a Junie B. Jones book. If you really want this book, prepare to pay for nothing more than a book the size of a 6 year old's chapter book, but more inappropreate than a Zane book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2012

    This is a surprize!

    You look at the cover, you read the excerpt, and you think "here we go!" But you don't go where you think you're going, it's warm, sweet and romantic. If that's what you want, a short romance...read "Born Free".

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2011

    Close to good

    This book is so very short ... what is there is a great book but about 30 pg only and with u having to actually pay for this book? I feel let down . This book had the makings of great potential it really did if the author had gave it room to spread its wings instead of clipping them and trying to make the book fit the pages instead of the pages fitting the book. I gave it two stars for what was there but i shouldnt have because to me? This should have been a free book but i paid 1.99 for only 30 or less pages ....so its up to u the book was good but very very short by the time u get into it ....its over

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  • Posted October 6, 2011

    Sweet Short Read

    Clarity Myers works full time at the town diner in addition to taking on the responsibility of the family farm. There are days she's more than overwhelmed with the burdens of both jobs. When Jessie rides into town on his Harley and stops in her diner, they strike up a conversation. They agree to meet after she's off work. She quickly accepts his offer to give her a ride on the Harley. The ride is wonderful. It is the taste of the freedom she so often fantasized about. It's even better when that one ride turns into a lovely romance. Hobbs has written a charming, light-hearted story perfect for an afternoon read.

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  • Posted June 27, 2011

    Meh...

    The story was alright but very short, only 16 pgs. I expected a little more... disappointed.

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  • Posted May 24, 2011

    Cute read!!!

    In 'Born Free', T.M. Hobbs writes about a fantasy every woman has had at least once in her life - taming the free spirit of a care free motorcycle rider. From the very beginning you can't help but get sucked into the life of Clarity Myers. Waitress (and as we find out later in the story, owner) of a local diner in small town Arizona.
    When Jesse (a free-spirit motorcycle rider) enters her diner for a simple meal, her life is turned upside down and she soon finds herself on the back of his bike for a ride she will never forget. On a whim, she invites him to her home. What follows will change her life, and his -- forever.

    With desert scenery, a breathtaking ride through the countryside, and a bathtub scene, Hobbs captures the attention of her readers and keeps them wanting more.

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    Posted April 19, 2011

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    Posted July 25, 2011

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    Posted October 30, 2011

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    Posted May 3, 2011

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