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Released (Caged Book 3) by [Savage, Shay]
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3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3415 KB
  • Print Length: 287 pages
  • Publisher: Shay Savage, LLC (25 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #204,236 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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With nowhere to go but up, this is the culmination of Liam’s story and I say that deliberately because although Tria is a vital component to the story – this has been all about one beautifully broken man and what it takes for him to work through a lifetime of hurt and pain, to sink to the depths of despair and too finally love himself enough to fight for what he wants most in life.
When you have nothing left, the only place you can go is inside, to look deep within and find a reason to keep going, for Liam that reason was Tria – she was his light, his prize, his reward but in order to have her he had to face facts and do the right thing,
In this we are finally witness to all that is haunting him and it is an ugly past but as hard as it was for him to fight with every breath he has to make a better life and to be a better man for Tri and their child, I was left emotionally distraught when the details of what had happened to him as a teenager was eventually revealed.
I may have previously thought that Liam was a strong man, but now knowing his past he isn’t strong ,no he is a damn superhero, the inner strength he possesses in immense.
But he is not without fault, I thought he was too tough on his folks, they were really trying but he seemed to relish thwarting them at ever opportunity – I actually grew to like them and I have to say they get 10 out of 10 for me for determination when faced with a son that is a right royal pain in the ass.
This is the most emotional of all the books but then again I think that is to be expected. Liam had so much to achieve following on from the end of the last book and they both had so much growing to do together to cultivate a happy ever after.
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RELEASED is the THIRD and FINAL book in the CAGED series and continues directly on from the events of TRAPPED where the male protagonist is in a dire situation, one that the author shows with what felt to me like bleak authenticity. It’s about fear, acceptance, facing ones demons, choosing life and not allowing your past to define your future. In many ways this is a gritty coming of age story.

Michael long ago left the safety of his family; they encompass his biggest demons of all. Drugs became his tonic of choice, a hell he fell back to but needs to conquer. He needs to stop repeating the mistakes of his past. He's hit rock bottom and now has a choice, continue to spiral down or choose to live. Michael has to learn to own his future and has much to prove but does he have the strength to achieve it?

I really loved the beginning of RELEASED, the way it opens up the story arc and begins to evolve with angst, making me feel so much for Michael’s present situation and his future. What would become of him? Michael’s back story will no doubt be deduced from the first two books but the extent of the tragic details fully emerge in this part of the series in all their touching devastation. My heart beat fast and I had no clue how far the author would drive her characters into the darkness which made this final book a gripping and compulsive read during the first half.

The direction of the story arc was one I very much enjoyed and certainly kept the male protagonist in my affections but I wish this final part in its entirety had been more succinct as for my tastes the story is a little too fleshed out in certain areas.

The heroine went up in my estimations during RELEASED. I feel like she found her gumption.
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The final book in the trilogy brings us closure on all the secrets of the previous two books. Liam has hit rock bottom and there are only two ways he can go, up or down.

Tria really pulled through for him and I was glad that they were able to overcome everything that was thrown at them, because they both deserved their HEA.

Overall, although I thoroughly enjoyed being in Liam's head, I definitely think this could have been condensed into 2 parts and that is the only reason I have rated this instalment lower than books 1 &2.

This is the final book in the trilogy, told soley from the male POV.
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