Climbing to Freedom

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Katherine Jordan is a successful business leader, dedicated to her high-flying career. She is also an unapologetic romantic. In Stanley Richards, she thought she had found the man of her dreams.

She awakens instead to a nightmare. Tangled in hidden conspiracies, Katherine's life becomes unrecognizable almost overnight.

And yet, in the midst of her struggles, unexpected help arrives … More
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About Jasmine Winterson

Jasmine Winterson was born in London, England. The author of several novels, she now lives in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her Uncertain Ground series follows the lives of Anna Garcia and her friends as they struggle to make sense of criminal worlds, shifting alliances, and faceless bureaucracies, facing down long odds.

Roost explores the journey westward of four urban refugees. Colorado’s Western Slope and the fertile beauty of the Grand Valley beckon with the promise of new beginnings. Time passes … relationships grow … until a chance meeting in the desert reminds everyone that the past lives on ... and does not forget.

Power Play roams from Alaska’s North Slope to Brazil’s urban slums. We live our lives. We follow the rules. We die. What if things could be different? Imagine a world without limits. A world with a brighter future for everyone. What price would you be willing to pay? Webs of murder, jealousy and revenge threaten to rip apart families and destroy entire communities. Secrets may offer the only path to salvation. No one said change was easy.

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Reviews of Climbing to Freedom by Jasmine Winterson

hrhsophia reviewed on Jan. 16, 2013

I have to admit the synopsis did not impress me so this languished for a while before I read. I was very pleasantly surprised. I would have written a bit moreas the end felt a little rushed but overall a romantic adventure with lots of suspense.
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