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Songbird Freed: Book 3: Songbird Trilogy by [Edward, Lisa]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 857 KB
  • Print Length: 307 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1502905345
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Lisa Edward; 1 edition (26 Oct. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OY2QF9U
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Oh wow Lisa Edwards I loved the previous two books in this trilogy but.....this one I truly fell in love with. I had so many emotions going through me as I went deeper into the story, I cried for Cole the child, I cried for Riley and my heart broke for Tara unsure as to the outcome. I really don't want to spoil this for others so won't say much. Lisa writes with such passion and energy you can feel it leaping off the pages as you read. The characters are each strong in their own way,some you can't help but fall in love with...others I wanted to slap and scream at. I didn't want this to end but I had happy tears as the story concluded. I really do recommend this book...this trilogy if you've not read it yet. I so wish I could give you more than 5 stars....truly amazing.
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Songbird Freed (Songbird, #3) by Lisa Edward
4.5 stars!!

“If you love someone, set her free. If she comes back she is yours, if she doesn’t, fight like hell for her.”

What an amazing end to a fantastic trilogy, one that I have loved from the very start. This book is action packed from first to last page and a very fitting end for this bunch of friends and predominantly Tara, Cole and Riley.

This book continues from Songbird Caged where we found out that Riley was alive. What would this mean for Tara and Cole’s fledgling romance? After reading Songbird I was staunch #teamriley, there was no deviating from it, but after reading Songbird Caged even I had to admit that Tara and Cole were a better fit. These two had so much in common, they were soul mates, and they had that deep all-consuming love that others could only be envious about. Their connection was so strong and their chemistry palpable and at the end of Songbird Caged I was happy and distraught. Happy that Riley was alive but also distraught as I feared what trouble this would cause for Tara and Cole.

I have to admit I admired Tara in this book, she confronts the situation head on, does not leave anyone hanging or confused, and she makes her decision quickly and stands by it, no matter the consequences. The scenes surrounding her talking to the one who was not chosen totally and utterly destroyed me. I was in floods of tears. This is what happens when you love both characters in a book, but that is testament to the author that she can evoke that kind of emotion out of you in the first place. It is Lisa Edward’s words that allow you to have that connection to both men.
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This was brilliant and what a way to end the series. I laughed, cried, shouted at Tara Cole and Riley and in the end i just didnt want this story to end. it was a perfect ending though and i can't wait to read more from Lisa Edward.
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Couldn't put the books down from the first to the third!

Highly recommend to everyone! So many twists and turns that has you gripped from the first chapter.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9bc76264) out of 5 stars 28 reviews
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bd01308) out of 5 stars Hotbod is back and he will take your breath away! 29 Oct. 2014
By Jo Fergus - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
"If you love someone, set her free. If she comes back she is yours. If she doesn't, fight like hell for her"

This has been one of my most anticipated reads and it completely fulfilled my expectations. I went into this knowing that I was going to be battered about the head and heart a bit, I was right!

When I finished reading Songbird Caged I could not stop thinking about it, it stayed with me for so long and I was really worried about what was going to happen after the way it ended, with everything up in the air. I know what I wanted to happen to the characters but it was up to the author to decide, not me :)

Tara is finally with Cole, in every way and I just freaking love these two together. She brings out the sweetness in him, it was there all along but he didn't know what being in love felt like until he met her. There is something about Tara that just draws people in. Her and Cole have so much in common and are just so right for each other. If the story stopped at 20% they would have rode off into the sunset together and lived happily ever after. Life isn't a fairytale though!

"I am completely and hopelessly in love with you. Whether you want me or not, you have my heart, always" - Cole

After receiving the news that Riley is alive, Tara knows she needs to face him and their past if any of them have any hope of moving forward. The scene where they first see each other again is just so heartbreaking, Riley is a broken man and not the Riley she remembers. His feelings for Tara have never wavered in their time apart but will he be able to accept that she has changed in his absence?

There is of course the matter of Cole's interfering mother and that annoying woman Prue. Tara gets so frustrated with Cole about how he lets his mother manipulate his life and control his future and there is that moment where I was so bloody angry with him, I wanted to crawl into the story and slap some sense into him. This is a real turning point in the story where Tara really begins to question her decisions over the past year. What does she want? Is she happy with the choices she has made?

Only way to find out is to take some time to explore what she is feeling and it will bring a lot of tears and heartache (I'm talking about my tears and heartache!) with some big changes for everyone.

There are so many things going on in this story, secrets will be revealed, hearts will be broken, lots of tears flow but all under the umbrella of a beautiful love story. Just when you think you have been put through the wringer there is an amazing epilogue that will leave you with a lovely warm feeling in your chest and a sense of peace. I got all the feels reading this and it completely consumed me - this to me is the measure of a great book and a very talented author. Loved this series!

I can't end this without some Cole Michael's (Hotbod) naughtiness:

"I've decided," he said, now focusing on the other breast, "that tomorrow is a no-clothes day. From now on, every Sunday is Stripper Sunday. The only thing you can wear are stilettos."
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bd01458) out of 5 stars Fantastic finale to this series 28 Oct. 2014
By DonnaC - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Songbird Freed (Songbird, #3) by Lisa Edward
4.5 stars!!

“If you love someone, set her free. If she comes back she is yours, if she doesn’t, fight like hell for her.”

What an amazing end to a fantastic trilogy, one that I have loved from the very start. This book is action packed from first to last page and a very fitting end for this bunch of friends and predominantly Tara, Cole and Riley.

This book continues from Songbird Caged where we found out that Riley was alive. What would this mean for Tara and Cole’s fledgling romance? After reading Songbird I was staunch #teamriley, there was no deviating from it, but after reading Songbird Caged even I had to admit that Tara and Cole were a better fit. These two had so much in common, they were soul mates, and they had that deep all-consuming love that others could only be envious about. Their connection was so strong and their chemistry palpable and at the end of Songbird Caged I was happy and distraught. Happy that Riley was alive but also distraught as I feared what trouble this would cause for Tara and Cole.

I have to admit I admired Tara in this book, she confronts the situation head on, does not leave anyone hanging or confused, and she makes her decision quickly and stands by it, no matter the consequences. The scenes surrounding her talking to the one who was not chosen totally and utterly destroyed me. I was in floods of tears. This is what happens when you love both characters in a book, but that is testament to the author that she can evoke that kind of emotion out of you in the first place. It is Lisa Edward’s words that allow you to have that connection to both men. They are both fantastic men in their own right but there can only be one winner and you desperately do not want to see the other one get hurt, but alas, it was inevitable.

“Oh, babe. I love that you want me, because I know you want all of me. The good, the bad and the rock-hard.”

Tara still has a lot to contend with, Riley’s brother is still making appearances, making everyone live in fear and Cole’s “fiancée” is still on the periphery making her presence more than felt. In this book you really feel for Cole, he is put in such a position by his family and you will him to grow the balls he needs to cut himself free and actually go for what he wants, not what everyone else thinks he needs to do.

After recuperating Riley decides to stay in the field and once again there are scenes here that evoked a plethora of emotions out of me. I was enraged (you will know when you get there) and I was devastated (again you will know when you get there) and I will say that Lisa is EVIL! But these scenes are touching for so many reasons. I felt everything, the raw emotion that poured off the pages had me in tears, you felt every word of pain, every word of anguish, and just every word hit you right in the heart. But this part of the book was a much needed necessity and I was glad that it happened but I would have preferred if something else did not happen as it just caused more drama and I felt that these three had already suffered enough.

“We all have scars, Riley. Yours are just on the outside, so they’re more visible. It’s just proof that we have lived and endured.”

I really cannot go into details and I have tried to be as vague as possible as I do not want to spoil this for anyone, but for those that have followed this story, it is a fantastic ending. I am not ready to part with this group in a hurry and they are a “family” that will stay in my heart for a very long time. There are a lot of characters that can still be explored and I am hoping that Lisa will continue to write about them so that we can continue to catch up and see how each and every one of their lives is evolving. Tara may have got her ending but there is still a bunch of them that need one too.

“The past is in the past, remember? We both made mistakes, but we’re here, we’re together, and I’ll fight for what I want and protect what I love, and that’s you babe. Always has been, always will be.”
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c9f0b7c) out of 5 stars AWESOME conclusion to one of the best trilogies out there! 5 Nov. 2014
By Ariana Mcwilliams - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
5 huge stars!
Songbird Freed is the third and final book in the Songbird Trilogy. I have loved Lisa Edward's writing since day one, and that love keeps growing with each and every book. This entire series has been one hell of an emotional roller coaster, and you never knew what was about to happen. This has been, by far, one of my all time favorite love triangle stories.

Tara has found her happily ever after with Cole. Things are going exceptionally well. She seems to come to terms with the loss of Riley… that is until she gets the call that he is still alive. There is a massive ransom on his head, and she is the only one that has that kind of money to pay it off and save Riley's life. But in order to do this she has to travel overseas into a dangerous area and will have to come face to face with the man she once gave her entire heart to… the man she promised to wait for. I did not know what to expect once she saw Riley again. He was so damaged, and when she told him that she was now with Cole, I felt my heart rip in two. I LOVE Tara and Cole together, but I couldn't stop my heart from breaking for Riley. He is such a good man, and I didn't want to see him hurting on the inside.

Things between Tara and Cole were not smooth sailing. Little bits of trouble always seemed to find ways into their lives. And let's not forget about the wee fact that Cole was supposed to get engaged, and finally married, to his childhood friend Prue. That whole situation was a complete clusterf***, and I REALLY hate Cole's mother. So many times I wanted to reach through the pages and wring Cole's neck for the sh** he was putting Tara through. I could not believe how strong she was being with both situations (with Riley and Cole)… I totally admired that about her. The fact that she made a choice, and stuck by it without looking back…no matter how difficult dealing with the backlash was at times. I don't know if I would have been able to do that.

There were so many twists and turns throughout the story. I remember sending angry e-mails to Lisa thinking I knew what was happening, and then a few minutes later messaging her once again saying to forget those angry messages and that I still loved her lol. I cannot even count the number of times I was certain I knew what the outcome of the book was only to be thrown through a complete loop-dee-doop and spit out on the complete opposite side. The emotions which were evoked inside of me were very intense at times, and yes, I may have cried a few tears here and there too.

Throughout the trilogy I have grown so attached to all these characters, and I feel like they are as much a part of me, as they are to these books. I love the way everything ended, and really could not have asked for a better conclusion to the trilogy.

I am seriously hoping with all my might that we will end up seeing a spinoff or two on some of the other characters. I would LOVE to see more about Kelli and what happens with her and her little one now that Coop is no longer here (sad face). Also Marcus' relationship with Nicole. Oh and big thing is I would love to hear what happens to the man Tara does not chose in the end. Does he end up with his happily ever, or does his love for Tara ruin something that could be great. While all the major questions were answered in this final book, there is still so much more I would love to see. Maybe one day :)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bd01614) out of 5 stars ... filled with a ton on angst but a really good conclusion to the series 2 Nov. 2014
By BethyMac76 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Wow that was quite the roller coaster ride filled with a ton on angst but a really good conclusion to the series. If you are a fan of love triangles, slurry moles and lots of angst, this is definitely your type of read.

Songbird Freed picks right up where we left off in Songbird Caged... Riley is alive and back so what will this mean for Tara and Cole. Will the triangle continue or is Cole truly the one.

I must start off by saying right from the first book, Songbird, I was #TeamRiley and still am. There was just something about him from the moment he was first brought into the story, he was hot and sexy and the perfect BBF in my mind and then throw in very masculine military man, and truly he was it for me. Nothing and no one could change my mind about him. Even in Songbird Caged, there were some #TeamRiley turned #TeamCole, but I only loved him more and then this book, the author really took Riley's character up a level and I loved him even more than I did in the first two and I truly thought that was not possible but it turned out I was wrong. WE really got to see his true character in this book as well as how much he truly loved Tara.

Tara, Tara, Tara... what can I truly say about Tara other than I absolutely hated her, from the beginning of book one to the very end of this one, she was such a selfish bitch and she truly didn't deserve the love of either of these two guys. IN my honest opinion she deserved to end up alone the way she played both of these guys through all of the books but especially in this one.

Although I wasn't a fan of Cole and his selfish ways that at times was just at bad as Tara, there were moments that I truly warmed up to him in this book. He did love Tara and when he finally got his head out of his a$$ he proved it to her how much.

Overall the series was a really good read that kept me engaged and at time enraged, LOL. It had some great angst, some really emotional and heartbreaking moments and really had some really great OMG/WTF moments. One thing I would like to mention though is the one thing that made this book a 4 star for me rather than a 5 star, <spoiler>and it wasn't cause my guy wasn't the chosen one, I am kind of glad, in my mind she didn't deserve Riley </spoiler>, it was that some of the OMG moments in this book I found to be predictable, I want and need a book to shock me and leave me saying "I didn't see that coming at all" and I found this one many times I saw it happening before it did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9bd01830) out of 5 stars #A stunning conclusion to a wonderful and breathtaking three-part saga!! <3 31 Oct. 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Songbird Freed was just the right antidote to put me out of my misery for this love triangle of a trilogy.

Tara, has to make hard a choice-- and with that could ensue one, two, or potentially three broken hearts.

She thinks she has found happiness with Cole, but when news comes to reveal that Riley is still alive, she is once again thrown into the crossroads and torn between these two men that she desperately loves.

Author Lisa Edward really upped the ante in this conclusion. I just didn’t know what Tara was going to do, but when she did make her decision, she never looked back. #GoTara!!

With all the emotional turmoil, the anguish, that Tara, Cole, and now Riley are in, I was prepared to be in for some tears. And I was right!

At the beginning, I was personally into Riley, although I did like Cole’s bad boy edge. But as the series went on, I realized Cole was more suited for her and with it, my opinion changed to favoring Cole over Riley for Tara.

Who will TARA choose? Cole? Or Riley? And with the stakes and repercussions so high, how will everything turn out?

Read and you will find out!

#A stunning conclusion to a wonderful and breathtaking three-part saga that left my heart torn up into tatters and then stitched it right up back together!! Great, great job Lisa!!
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