Review: Liberty At Last by Leigh James

Liberty At Last
(The Liberty Series #2)
by Leigh James

Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult


The edge-of-your-seat conclusion to The Liberty
Series...

I left the man I love to go to Mexico and find his missing daughter. I wanted to heal his broken heart. But now I've been captured by a traitor. I've just made everything worse...

But John Carter Quinn is a fighter, and he won't give up on me. Or his daughter. He'll fight the cartel that's stolen us. He won't give up until we're safe -- until his daughter is safe from the man who took her. But the cartel is dangerous, and things are not always what they seem. Even the people you love the most. They can break your heart.

John and Liberty know love's power to bring you together. Can they survive love's power to tear you apart?
18+ due to mature content. Liberty Begins (Book 1) needs to be read first and is available on Amazon.


  Wow, wow, WOW! This book was nothing like what I expected. It took me by surprise and drug me on a wild ride that I never saw coming.

  With the first book, I was unsure of Liberty. She was well written, don't get me wrong. But I didn't like her decisions. With the beginning of this book, she continued with those careless decisions. But wow. Once I got into the story, I saw Liberty in a different light. Leigh James did an excellent job at writing her character arc flawlessly. By the time I finished this book, I thought back to the Liberty that we first met and can definitely see a difference in her. 

  The secondary characters were some of my favorites in this story. I adored Ian, John's father. The scenes with him often left a smile on my face. And Matthew become such a big brother type to Liberty. I found myself reading ahead during the action scenes to make sure he was okay. (Leigh, you almost killed me with that scene in the strip club with Matthew!) And Catherine? My favorite character. Sure, she's crazy beyond repair. But she was that type of crazy that you just can't look away from and giggle at when she has her moments.

  Overall, I enjoyed the two books in this series. Leigh James is a very good writer, and I've enjoyed getting lost in her world. This book is fast paced, and I found myself growing antsy whenever I neared the final chapters of the book. I wasn't ready to leave the world of Liberty and John behind. That tells me all I need to know about these books! Again, New Adult fans will devour this series! 

My review of the first book in this series, Liberty Begins, is here.

**I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. My thanks to Leigh James.



2 comments:

  1. Glad you enjoyed the end of this series!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

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