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Freedom's Price by Suzanne Brockmann
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Jun 18, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: contemporary-romance, suzanne-brockmann
Read in June, 2009

** spoiler alert ** This is the continuation of the story in Forbidden by JR. Though I think that I liked forbidden a little more, I thought that this was good too. I enjoyed that there wasn't a quick and neet fix for Liam now that he has returned to the States after being held in Prison for two years in the Jungle.

Liam Bartlett is living in boston after his rescue from Prison in the Jungle of a small Island country that was in a civil war. Now the girl that he became so close to and saved his life on the island has come to boston to go to college and Liam has agreed to be her so called guardian. though Marisola is now 22. He is just hopeing that he will be able to put aside his attraction for her and be able to keep their freindship just that.

Marisola, once a freedom fighter for her country, has come to America to get an education, but to also follow up on her attraction for Liam. When he was held prisoner and she and her fellow fighters rescued him, she found herself falling for him. but neither of them was in a position to act on their attraction. but she also knew that Liam thought that she was just too young for him, being only 15. When she sees Liam at the airport she is still attracted just as before. But after spending time with him she finds that he may be the same man, but he isn't the same personaltiy. He has hidden himself away for years trying to avoid his feelings about what happened to him. Marisola knows that if he will talk about it he would be able to recover and go on with his life.
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