Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Book Review: Freedom's Child by Jax Miller

Freedom's Child by Jax Miller is a story about a woman named Freedom Oliver who lives in a small town in Oregon full of bikers, drug dealers and tweekers (meth addicts). Freedom is right in the middle of this small town hell working at one of the most popular biker bars in town.  She ends up getting drunk every night and often getting arrested for her behavior. Freedom may sound like a pathetic mess, but before you jump to conclusions, she's also a heart broken mother of two. She's a disaster because she was forced to put her children up for adoption when she was accused of killing her abusive husband who just happened to be a cop. Not only was he a cop, but he came from a very dangerous family that is now on a mission wipe Freedom off the face of the earth. Freedom is now in the witness protection program, something she really regrets agreeing to, and none of her new friends or acquaintances know anything about it. 

Just when things seem like they can't get any worse for Freedom, she finds out her daughter has gone missing and possibly has even been kidnapped. The bad news doesn't stop there... not only is her daughter missing, but she finds out her kids were adopted out to a family that is full of dark secrets. When Freedom discovers all of these things she is determined to go find her daughter no matter what the cost, even if it means leaving government protection and putting her own life at risk.  Freedom's Child is the kind of book that keeps you up all night, because finding out what happens next is more important than your beauty rest. You end up making coffee just to stay awake, because you never know what's going to happen next. Freedom also becomes a real person that you end up caring for, even though she's loud, drunk, and cursing up a storm, she will end up warming your heart.

Many thanks to Blogging For Books - - for sending me a free copy of Freedom's Child by Jax Miller for review purposes.