Liberty Begins

(The Liberty Series, Book One)

    • 4.0 • 172 Ratings

Publisher Description

Adventure. Fate. From Rags to Riches…

My name is Liberty and I'm a good girl. I come from nothing. I have no one but myself. Sometimes I do things I don't want to -- I do them because I have to. Stripping. That's my life in Vegas. And my boss keeps pressuring me to do more than just take my clothes off...

Then John Carter Quinn crashes into my life. He's an older, gorgeous billionaire in a thousand dollar suit. He keeps coming to see me, night after night. I'm not sure what he wants -- but one night at my club he takes down a bad guy, and I find out what type of business he's actually in. Hint: he doesn't sit at a desk, he employs a bunch of ex-military operatives, and it's lethal to be on his bad side.

Like me, John has his share of secrets. Dark secrets, dark pain. One of his secrets involves my past. These secrets will bring us together...and then tear us apart.

18+ due to content. Liberty had a tough time growing up and some scenes of what happened to her may upset readers. *Cliffhanger* ending but Book 2, Liberty At Last, is available now!

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
February 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
289
Pages
PUBLISHER
CMG Publishing, LLC
SELLER
CMG Publishing, LLC
SIZE
2.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Tiffster2003 ,

Love it!

I’m sorry but this series is one of my favorites. Read all 3 in a weekend, couldn’t put down!

Book Worm Plus ,

Liberty Begins

Ok read, good story, not a stand alone.

gracie548 ,

Completely Unrealistic

I am not into romances where the girl falls in love with a man old enough to be her father. The beginning of the story is very slow and then the story quickly moves to them being in love (even though they have known each other a matter of days). She knows nothing about him or why she is with him but loves him anyway. Also she is a stripper, but a virgin stripper who is completely insecure about her body. It seems to me, strippers know their own beauty, so that is not at all believable. At least not the way it is written. While stories like this aren’t real life, none of it is believable enough to buy into even for entertainment purposes. I couldn’t finish the book due to the absurdity of the story line and don’t recommend.

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