Fighting To Be Free Paperback – 6 Sep 2016
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In Fighting to be Free, Kirsty Moseley delivers another epically beautiful love story that will have you rooting for the underdog and compulsively turning the pages (R. J. Prescott, USA Today bestselling author)
Hold on to your pages, because this is the suspenseful ride of a lifetime! (Regina Bartley, romance author)
Kirsty Moseley at her best. Five kindle-throwing stars! (S. K. Hartley, international bestselling author)
Fighting to be Free is an utterly captivating read that will make you fall in love and leave you breathless until the end (Natasha Preston, New York Times bestselling author)
Kirsty, excels at writing a swoon worthy male that compels you to keeping turning the pages, to keep falling head over heels in love with them and Jamie is no exception. Fighting to be Free is a story of life being unpredictable, not winning the parent lottery and choices being taken away by poor decisions of said parents or parent. This is an enticing read with enough sex, angst and fast-paced action that your heart beat kicks at an uneven pace . . . until the very last page (Ker Dukey, international bestselling author)
This book had me hooked from the first page and kept locked onto its line right up to the very last page! (Elle McKenzie, romance author)
'Gritty, heart wrenching and sexy with a bad boy lead who will melt your heart' (Sophie Jackson, author of the Pound of Flesh series)
An addictive, heart-wrenching contemporary romance from the bestselling author of The Boy Who Sneaks in my Bedroom Window - this is the original Wattpad sensation, revised and with brand new contentSee all Product description
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Fighting To Be Free follows Jamie Cole a young man that at the age of only 18 has already been through so much in his short life. He's fresh out of juvie and wants a brand new start, he wants to be free from his past. Jamie meets Ellie the 17 year old red head and he just has to know her. Ellie fresh out of a controlling relationship doesn't want anything serious, she just wants to be free and have fun. Will Jamie change her mind? Will he ever be free from his past?
I'm trying to keep my review spoiler free this book is so special, so emotional it needs to be experienced first hand! Go in blind and enjoy the ride!
My heart broke for Jamie and everything he had been through he's beautifully broken and you just want to be the one to fix him. I laughed, I jumped for joy, and I most definitely cried! What a ride! The follow up book Worth Fighting For comes out in December and Ive already pre-ordered my copy I just can't wait for more from Jamie and Ellie! It's beautifully written as with everything I've ever read by Kirsty Moseley, she never disappoints me! Her writing has the power to turn me into a blubbering mess one minute and then turn it all around and make my heart jump for joy!
Five stars from me it's not enough, it deserves so much more but that's all I can give!
I think I’m a little bias here as Kirsty Moseley is easily one of my favorite authors. I became obsessed with her books after reading The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window and fell in love with her slushy romance books. I think there are only two of her books that I haven’t read, excluding Worth Fighting For, the second part of in this series which is released in December.
Fighting To Be Free didn’t disappoint me. It was typical Kirsty Moseley. The first thing that I saw was the cover. Which I thought was beautiful, so simple but still pretty intense. The model on the front is similar to how I’d imagine Jamie Cole to look and the faded background gives it that bleak, outcast kind of effect.
Boy meets girl, boy does some illegal things, they sleep together,end of story is what it is for me. I can't see what was so gripping about it at all.
Not worth the price.
From the start you are already hooked onto Jamie's story - past & present. Reading the ups & downs of his life made you want to give a big hug and help. I loved this story so much, it made me laugh and most definitely made me cry!
Now I need to read the 2nd book and see how the story continues.