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    Free Kristen Ashley

    An ok read. Scrambling at the end to wrap up by author.
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    Enjoyable but not enough Rush

    I’ve been excited for Rush to get his own book since being introduced to him in Motorcycle Man in 2012, and although I thoroughly enjoyed Free, I have to say I was disappointed with how little of the storyline was dedicated to him and Rebel. There was as much attention, and what seemed to be more development, in Beck and Janna’s story, who are supposed to be side characters. Free is such a long book and in my opinion it would’ve been better split into two, one for Rush and Rebel, the other for Beck and Janna. I’m glad I did a reread of Motorcycle Man and the whole Chaos series, as well as the More Than Everything novella from the Loose Ends anthology (which wasn’t really my cup of tea if I’m honest) in preparation for Free, because a lot happens and there was so many characters to keep track of, I think I would’ve struggled to keep up with the plot otherwise. I probably could’ve done with having read the Honey series too, particularly The Greatest Risk, to get the full effect. Getting to experience the story from so many different character’s POVs was unconventional and I really enjoyed it. And with crossovers from a number of KA’s other series (Dream Man, Rock Chick, Unfinished Hero and Honey), Free is a super fan’s dream come true. However, if you’ve not already had the pleasure of reading these first, I think this one would be a little tough to follow.
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    Loved! A reunion of all her hot men!

    Thank you for bringing back characters from previous books!
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    Free

    Oh my goodness!!!! The best book I've read in my life!!! Loved every word...
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    Perfect

    Just finished Free It was perfect - seeing characters from all of the various series based in and around Denver, Colorado was a nice surprise. Overall having just finished I’m sitting here with some sad tears, some happy tears, just reflecting and wanting to go right back to the beginning and do it all over again.
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