Wednesday, February 25, 2015

**** Review of Set Me Free (A Fugitive #2) by Melissa Pearl ****

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 Wow what a book. I absolutely loved this book. This was so well written. It was truly amazing the minute I think I have it figured out, Bam it would take a left turn. And something else would happen. I love how Zach did not care what she looked like when she showed up on his doorstep. He just took her in his arms and proceeded to take care of her. That is how love should be. i can not say much without spoiling the story, but i will say this. get these two books they are truly great. the way Zach and his Uncle Just stepped up and helped Lucy was Truly amazing. I kept hoping The crooked FBI agent would get what was coming to him. I wont say what happened in the end to he but he truly deserved it. Karma can be Viscous, but almost always Karma is hell to pay. And he certainly got his.
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Lucy Tate has spent the last 5 years on the run. That is, until she met Zach, the one guy she couldn’t bear to leave even though it could cost both of them their lives.

Hunted by a crooked FBI agent who killed her parents, Lucy has taken on one disguise after the next. But Zach knows exactly who she is and in spite of mounting evidence indicating her guilt in her parents’ death, he knows she’s innocent.

Convinced that it’s time to put her years on the run behind her, Zach and Lucy vow to fight back, clear her name, and take down the real killer.

With support from Zach’s loyal friends and his uncle, an investigative reporter, they set out on a dangerous mission hoping that the truth...will set them free


Lucy Tate is on the run. After witnessing the brutal murder of her parents, she's spent five years in hiding -- taking on different personas and faking her way through life. The authorities can't be trusted, so she remains in the shadows, always one beat ahead of the man who is forever hunting her. That is, until she meets Zach Schultz, a senior at Monte Vista High and the one guy she can’t bear to leave. Suddenly her natural instincts to lie, steal, and run are overshadowed by something else...the desire to stay. It’s her one shot at a normal life.
Curious by nature, Zach is immediately drawn to the new girl at school. How can a person look both confident and vulnerable all in the same moment? Determined to learn more about her, he tries to get close, but is thrown into a world of lies and confusion. The only thing that becomes apparent is that discovering the truth may get him killed
Melissa Pearl

Melissa Pearl was born in Auckland, New Zealand, but has spent much of her life 
abroad, living in countries such as Jordan, Cyprus and Pakistan... not to mention a 
nine month road trip around North America with her husband. "Best. Year. Ever!!" 
She now lives in China with her husband and two sons. She is a trained elementary
 teacher, but writing is her passion. Since becoming a full time mother she has had 
the opportunity to pursue this dream and her debut novel hit the internet in 
November 2011. Since then she has continued to produce a steady stream of
books. Recently she signed with Evatopia Press and her first Evatopia book was 
released in February 2014 - True Colors, The Masks Series #1. She is very excited 
to be trying out new things this year while continuing to publish under her own
 name as well. She has six new titles releasing in 2014 and is excited about writing 
each and every one of them.

"I am passionate about writing. It stirs a fire in my soul that I never knew I had. 
I want to be the best writer I can possibly be and transport my readers into 
another world where they can laugh, cry and fall in love."

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1 comment:

  1. Yay!!! Thank you so much, Kimmie Sue. I'm so glad you loved the book :D