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Finding Freedom

The Lost in Time Duet, Book 1
Narrated by: Michael Stene
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
2.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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A woman from the present.... A man from the past.... A war to defy all odds.   

Olivia Blake loves her job. Restoring art and discovering the history behind it is a regular - and well-loved - part of her simple life. So, when her boss presents her with a damaged portrait of a British soldier from the American Revolution, she jumps at the chance to work on it.

When her journey to discover who the man was is cut short by a bad car accident, Olivia surfaces in the icy waters of the Delaware River, staring at George Washington as he crosses with his army. Panicked, she flees into the woods and right into the arms of a very surprised British soldier - the man from the painting. 

August Bancroft has no idea the woman he saved from the American Rebels is from the future or that the man who traveled through time with her is not their friend. All he knows is he feels compelled to protect her, even if it means sacrificing his honor in the end.

Torn by the political leanings of the time and his own personal beliefs, August struggles to find what freedom means for him. Threats lurk close by, though, and there is no time to argue when danger reveals itself.

©2018 Kamery Solomon (P)2018 Kamery Solomon

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A sweet Civil War time travel romance

If you are a fan of time travel romances and you are interested in the Civil War, Finding Freedom is a good choice. The story is entertaining with enough history built to give it that touch of authenticity that makes you want to look things up and see how much is actually true. The romance is sweet and engaging. The ending is a bit too abrupt, but that’s what sequels are for...

The narrator does a nice job with the book.

I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook. This is my honest and voluntary review.