Title: The Lion’s Den
Author: Eliza Freed
Release date: January 12th 2016
Publisher: Brunswick House
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Adult
The stunning conclusion to the Faraway series.
An injury stops the bleeding of Meredith and BradWalsh’s fractured marriage. As Meredith recovers and tries to regain hermemory, Brad fights to convince Meredith their marriage was perfect, even if itbarely existed.
But with Meredith’s memory comes clarity, and Meredithis faced with the reality of a husband and a lover. A husband who will doanything not to lose–his family or anything else, and a lover who will set herfree to see her happy. Breaking up her family is not an option, but neither is stayinghidden inside her mind
Oh my goodness! This book was great!
This one picks up right where book one left off and it was just so unbelievably good! There were some great twists that surprised me but I love the way it was written and the ending was perfect! Eliza did great and I can’t wait to read more from her!
*I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for a fair and honest review.*
About the Author:
Eliza Freed graduated from Rutgers University and returned to her hometown in rural South Jersey. Her mother encouraged her to take some time and find herself. After three months of searching, she began to bounce checks and her neighbors began to talk; her mother told her to find a job.
She settled into Corporate America, learning systems and practices and the bureaucracy that slows them. Eliza quickly discovered her creativity and gift for story telling as a corporate trainer and spent years perfecting her presentation skills and studying diversity. It’s during this time she became an avid observer of the characters we meet and the heartaches we endure. Her years of study have taught her laughter is the key to survival, even when it’s completely inappropriate.
She currently lives in New Jersey with her family and a misbehaving beagle named Odin. An avid swimmer, if Eliza is not with her family and friends, she’d rather be underwater. While she enjoys many genres, she has always been a sucker for a love story…the more screwed up the better.