~Book Review~ “Set Us Free” (Bound Forever Book 2) by M.R. Leahy


Set Us Free by M.R. Leahy begins where book one ends.  Emmy is still struggling to remember her past and trying to live in the now.  Kodah has found a new family in the mc brotherhood with JB . . . however, he can’t move forward until the love of his life remembers who he is.  Kept apart for years after their escape from slavery, they are both alive, but really not living.

Even though she is unable to remember, others remember Emmy, and her life is at risk from those wanting to draw her back into slavery.  It will take all her saviors’ resources as well as banding together with unexpected allies to keep her safe from harm.  If and when Emmy remembers and can confront her past, will she be able to have the life of love and freedom Kodah promised her?

Set Us Free is a powerful and moving conclusion to Emmy and Kodah’s story.  Both have lived through things most of us cannot even imagine.  Yet, Emmy somehow retains her light that draws others to her.  And Kodah remains unwaveringly faithful through the years just waiting for the moment he can once again claim his place in Emmy’s life.

M.R. Leahy does an amazing job with her characters and their stories. I love that she explores difficult and taboo topics such as sexual slavery and its aftermath on the survivors and has characters that just because they did bad things, does not make them evil. This book is thought provoking, intense and emotional to read.  It’s an amazing sequel to Set Me Free, and in the end, provides a bit of lightness that is Kodah and Emmy.

This book is not for everyone.  If sexual assault or slavery is a trigger for you, please stay away.  That being said, it is an amazing read.  Kudos to M. R. Leahy for tackling these topics in an exceptional way.  5 stars.


About the Book:

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Nook → http://bit.ly/2qA8C64

For Emmalyn and Kodah being set free meant living in the real world away from the clutches of her step-father. It meant living a life they always dreamed about together.

But it’s never that easy, is it?

Life is cruel and untamed.

And not everything in their past can be forgotten. Nor is it as settled as they hoped.

With their new-found freedom comes challenges no one should ever face. Separated by memory but together at heart Emmy and Kodah must find their way back to each other so they can finally live their happily ever after.

So they can once and for all be set free.

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About the Author:

M.R. Leahy was born in Amarillo, TX, where she was briefly raised before moving to a small Island in the middle of the Puget Sound called Whidbey Island. Growing up she lived with her mom and younger sister and a few cousins scattered close by.

As soon as she could, M.R. Leahy left the small island to get a feel for what the world had in store. After jumping around a few places, she landed in beautiful Wilmington, NC where she not only met the love of her life but became pregnant with her first child. Not long after finding out about the life they created they married and moved to San Diego, CA so they could be closer to family and start the beginning to their forever.

M.R. Leahy now has two beautiful boys and is living life to the fullest, not taking anything for granted. She now spends her time being a stay at home mom. When she’s not making lunches and kissing booboos, you can find her nose deep in a book getting lost in the many different worlds authors provide, or writing and creating different stories of her own.

M.R. Leahy writes dark romances but also has her hands in contemporary romance and romantic comedy. Her possibilities are endless.

Connect with Megan!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorm.r.leahy/
Twitter: www.twitter.com/AuthorMRLeahy
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