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Download Reader Ï Freedom's Child ´ 320 pages È ➺ [Reading] ➼ Freedom's Child By Jax Miller ➯ – Freedom Oliver has plenty of secrets She lives in a small Oregon town and keeps mostly to herself Her few friends and neighbors know she works at the local biker bar; they know she gets Ntures out on her own no longer protected by the government her troubled past comes roaring back at her her husband’s vengeful sadistic family her brief terrifying stint in prison and the family she chose to adopt her kids who are keeping dangerous secrets Written with a ferocious wit and a breakneck pace Freedom’s Child is a thrilling emotional portrait of a woman who risks everything to make amends for a past that haunts her sti Freedom is all at once fierce fragile and funny I was absolutely riveted by this book from the first lines and the attachment to its characters lasted long after I finished the closing chapter Miller's ability to turn a phrase and twist a plot caught me off guard in the best possible way repeatedly This is how fiction is supposed to be done

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T know she put her two kids up for adoption They don’t know that she’s now in witness protection regretting ever making a deal with the Feds and missing her children with a heartache so strong it makes her illThen she learns that her daughter has gone missing possibly kidnapped Determined to find out what happened Freedom slips free of her handlers gets on a motorcycle and heads for Kentucky where her daughter was raised As she ve Freedom’s Child is a brilliantly authentic and addictive read – one I devoured in two sittings and really did not want to raise my head from – it is dark delicious and has the most amazing main protagonist someone you will get right behindFreedom is in witness protection she muddles through the days and nights missing her children and taking no nonsense When her daughter goes missing she sets off to find her stalked by her husband’s family there is danger every step of the wayJax Miller writes with a kind of wild abandon that suits her characters and settings perfectly – there is a really sharp and imaginative edge to how she puts things across enveloping the reader in the tale completely making Freedom’s Child a really really great reading experience one that will stay with you long after finishingAnd oh boy The Delaney’s – a family of trouble but the most entertaining trouble ever – I adored them well you know as much as you can adore such villainous villains but they were perfectly drawn – primitively savage with an underlying intelligence that made them so beautifully dangerousFreedom herself is flawed unlikeable distinctly random and sometimes really nasty – but that won’t stop you loving her I’m giving huge brownie points to the author for not feeling the need to tone her down or give her a genial vulnerability just because she is a woman She is a raw from the hip realistic female lead as such this novel has raised the level when it comes to writing strong female charactersI won’t give anything away as to how it all pans out but overall this is a tense absorbing read with a restless energy about it that appealed to me completely – I hope to meet Freedom again one day but whatever happens I’m fairly sure I’m sticking with this author for lifeLoved it Highly Recommended

Jax Miller Û Freedom's Child Text

Freedom's ChildFreedom Oliver has plenty of secrets She lives in a small Oregon town and keeps mostly to herself Her few friends and neighbors know she works at the local biker bar they know she gets arrested for public drunkenness almost every night they know she’s brash funny and fearless What they don’t know is that Freedom Oliver is a fake name They don’t know that she was arrested for killing her husband a cop twenty years ago They don’ This book made me cry Also some mild spoilers but a lot are in the blurb EXCERPT Have you ever heard your soul snap in two Have you ever cried for so long that you find yourself on the verge of fainting Have you ever clawed at the frozen earth so hard that your fingernails break off Have you ever screamed so loud that there was no noise at all your windpipes simply failing you under the pressure The reaction of a woman kneeling on the several graves of her one daughter I scare away the ghosts of the Thoroughbreds I scare away anything that dares to haunt this field And in a way that I cannot explain I've never felt alive In my own daughter's death I never felt so much alive than this Because on the other side of such a tragedy of such turmoil of such a long journey something awaits meThis book is rough not only with feelings but with the content Drugs rapists horrible people from hell cults there is so much And a woman that was known at one time as Nessa Delaney that before she was a Delaney she was a sweet and smart girl that would have went far But she got in with the Delaney family and her time for all the goodness ended Her name now is Freedom Oliver because she is in the witness protection program She killed her husband she's a drunk she had to give up her kids she wants to kill herself a lot of the time she works in a tough bar and she just doesn't care any Matthew Delaney has been let out of prison after many years and he is coming for Freedom The Delaney family has several horrible brothers and a horrific mother There is only one good boy in the bunch and that is Peter He is disabled in a wheelchair and they do horrible things to him as well His mother also steals his disability check so he has nothing But he is smart and he's going to help Freedom Freedom finds out that her daughter is missing She knows about her kids and who adopted them but they know nothing about her really When she finds out about her daughter she leaves everything and heads out for the Delaney's because she just knows they are in on it Along the way she meets a Native American and his Elder father She learns a beautiful and sad story from them I really loved this little stop with them because of the things that were talked about and what Freedom does to help them It is funny how they meet though EXCERPTS I don't understandRattlesnake bite Caught you twice once in the leg once in the armSo I wasn't shotHe raises his eyebrows Were you expecting to be shotWell I certainly wasn't expecting to be attacked by a rattlesnake and dragged across the desert by an old Indian man••••••••••I wash and get dressed in the bathroom The rain is dying the pain is easing I wrap my money back in rubber bands and splash my face with cold water to get rid of the fuzzy edges of this high before I'm on my way On the windowsill are magazines a Native American newspaper a Reader's Digest a TV guide Sticking out of the newspaper probably hiding next to a Shoshone crossword puzzle is the corner of an envelope addressed to Deseronto My nosy ss opens it and reads it Inside is a letter from the county a final notice from Margefield Properties that because of the 2011 border shift his property is no longer part of a federal Indian reservation He owes back taxes of nearly twenty thousand dollars to the state or he will be forced to vacate the premises I get the feeling his son doesn't know I look into the mirror and make my decisionJust like the government Well you can imagine what Freedom does and it makes me cry Freedom does get to finally see her son again he's all grown up and Mason Freedom and Peter do all they can to try to bring down the Delaney's I have to say I never saw any of it coming I really thought I had it pegged and the author takes it to a whole other level I will say the evil Delaney's won't be evil any but there is a lot evilness going around and it has to come to an end as well Some really sick sick people in this book and in real life unfortunately They all exist out there somewhere I really enjoyed the book even though it was sad and some things were hard to handle There is a happy ending though I would like to thank Blogging For Books for a print copy of this book in exchange for my honest reviewMY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List