Thursday, 20 October 2011

Book Review: Love and Freedom by Sue Moorcroft

Love & FreedomLove & Freedom by Sue Moorcroft

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Once again, I've got to be careful with what I say so I don't give some of the twists away. I would love to discuss this book in depth, but if you haven't read it, and you're going to, I wouldn't want to spoil some of the little surprises in it.

Honor has fled to England and on the first page is rescued by Martyn Mayfair.

I'm a big fan of Sue's books, Starting Over being my favourite, because of the delicious hero in that book. Martyn gives Miles (aka Ratty) a run for his money. The guy is super fit, super hunky and even Honor can't believe her luck! He has his faults, like all men do, but he's got some great qualities too. You will fall in love with this hero, or at least want Honor to.

If you're looking for a light romantic read, with the satisfaction of 'ah' factor happy endings, then this is the book for you.

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34 books read so far this year! 6 more to reach my target. So what next? Something on my Kindle (I've got a collection forming) or reduced my book pile?


  1. Hi Teresa,
    I loved Love and Freedom too. Gave some recommendations for books on my last blog. On the latest one you have an award! Mx

  2. Haven't tread the book, but it has such a pretty cover :-)

  3. Thanks for the award, Morton. I'm contemplating reading Sense and Sensibility as it will removing a book from my book pile and then, also, I can watch the DVD I got for my birthday :D

    Sarah, it's a really lovely read. I like all of Sue's books. And just reading over on Facebook it was awarded Best Romantic Read Award by the Festival of Romance this weekend. :D


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