The Wife of Freedom

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Part political tract, part fairytale and melodrama, The Wife of Freedom is the story of a woman whose wild heart leads her to betray. She takes up the job of spy to harnesss her own faithless nature, and only then learns real friendship and loyalty. More
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Reviews of The Wife of Freedom by Camille LaGuire

cbell reviewed on June 11, 2010

I enjoyed reading this book very much. It's a great story, well told, with a satisfying ending.

The main character, Mary, is strong, resilient and independent, far from perfect and I felt a lot of sympathy towards her. Jackie is likable and roguish.

I don't like either this title or the original title. If this book had been called "The Wife of Freedom" when I first looked at it, I probably would have thought 'romance' and wouldn't have bought it. Actually, I hesitated over reading it with the original title, too. The blurb above pulled me in.
(reviewed 62 days after purchase)
Pam Irie reviewed on May 7, 2010

There were lots of surprises for me as the story unfolded and that's what kept me up past midnight reading. Looking forward to the sequel. All in all, this book was a bargain and a delightful way to spend a few hours. One critique though.....I liked the original title better.
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
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