Hunter was treating it like a game. Turns out it's anything but.
Take one summer Citadel Security assignment as a bodyguard for a scumbag. Add in being in the closet, sprinkle on falling in love with a sex slave, and throw in a spoonful of bloody massacre, a pinch of knowing too much, and a heavy dash of finding out everything is connected to your conniving, controlling, sinister, incarcerated, career-criminal grandfather. What do you get?
Screwed, my friend. Royally screwed. It's a recipe for disaster.
And Hunter McCoy doesn't know what to do. He's got a job to do. He's got a scumbag to protect. He's got a lover to spring, along with a whole group of other young men being held in an attic. He's got a dad who's worried about him. And at some point, he's gotta come out.
Looks like it's going to be an interesting summer.
The second romantic suspense book in the Legacy Series, Legacy of Freedom takes you back into the world of the Walters family in Kentucky for murder, mayhem, and more love than you can imagine. Follow up the Love Under Construction series, Citadel series, and the first book in the Legacy series, Atonement, with this second book in the series that's tenth in the saga.
Don't get behind on this amazing saga--get your copy of Legacy of Freedom today!
WARNING: Contains strong sexual themes and violence. Not intended for readers under the age of 18.
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Favorite Quotes: “Do I type? Like the wind! I could type circles around most anyone! And my handwriting is very pretty too,” Jeffrey said with a proud smile. “Plus I can file very well, as long as I can hum the alphabet song. A lot of people have to do that,” he threw in. I love you more than all the shoes in Ru Paul’s closet. My Review: Legacy of Freedom was an intriguing and engaging story that crossed several genres. Although it was listed as gay and M/M romance, that element was not the primary focus as the main story revolved around a provoking and suspense filled mystery involving a brutal crime ring, various levels of stolen merchandise, forced sex trade, and murder. In addition to the suspense, toss in amusing humor, the sweet and touching blossoming M/M romance, and a large and boisterous family full of their own unusual and unique dramas. The criminal thread was well devised, complicated, and multifaceted with far reaching tentacles and cringe-worthy characters and scenarios.
I voluntarily reviewed a complementary copy from the author with no obligation. I liked this book. At first, I found it a bit of a struggle to connect with the main characters and to keep track of the other characters as I hadn't read any of the other series they appeared in, but once I sorted them out a little bit, I found my enjoyment of the book rose. So it turned out you can read it without having read the others. I will definitely be checking out the other series to catch up on some of the back story.