Friday, February 14, 2014

Review: Liberty by Ginger Jamison

By: Ginger Jamison
Pub. Date: February 25, 2014
Publisher: Harlequin Kimani Press
Pages: 304
Source: Netgalley

When Ryan Beecher returns home after a long deployment overseas, Lexy barely recognizes her husband. The man who left Texas for Afghanistan was cruel and abusive. The man who comes back to her is a badly injured stranger with amnesia—and no memory of their life together.

Lexy can't believe how much Ryan has changed. The wounded marine is now gentle, caring and tender. And his touch awakens yearnings she's never felt before. As he takes them both to the point of no return, can Lexy trust this lover who seems to live only for her pleasure…as he seeks his salvation in her healing embrace?

A poignant and erotic story of longing, secrets and second chances, Liberty explores the limits of desire and the boundaries of love.

I received this galley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Harlequin and Netgalley.

I'm usually not a romance person, but from the time I first heard about Liberty I knew that I wanted to read it. Though the story was very predictable and I knew from the first few pages how it was going to turn out, I still really enjoyed it. It was a quick read and I loved the characters.

Ryan has come back from Afghanistan with no memory about his life before the war. He used to be an extremely abusive jerk, and Lexy was ready to serve him divorce papers when he came home. But Ryan is definitely a new man. He is sweet and romantic and really just wants to take care of Lexy. But the more he learns about the man he was, the more he realized that he can't be Ryan. He might not remember anything about himself or his past, but he knows that he would never hit a women, especially the kind of abuse and torture that Lexy has experienced. I really loved Lexy. She has been through so much, and I am glad that she was finally able to stand up for herself.

Even though I am not a huge romance fan, only reading a few books in this genre, I really enjoyed Liberty. It is definitely one of those books that leaves you believing in true love.

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